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March 01, 1968 - Image 39

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-01

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Heart Is a Lonely Hunter
Alan Arkin has completed his
starring role in the late Carson
McCullers' "The Heart Is a.Lone-
ly Hunter," shot on location in

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PARIS (ZINS)—The newspaper Shooting is scheduled to take a
L'Expresse disclosed that the year, and the film is planned as a
French film company, "Trenti- 31/2-hour spectacle.
nion," is readying production of a
It has been budgeted at $12,000,-
film which will deal with Jewish 000 .
history "from the times of Moses to
France's Chief Rabbi Kaplan,
the contemporary period of David Baron Guy de Rothschild and Gen-
Ben-Gurion," under the direction of e
nds
have
ha
undertaken to
David Lean, who directed "Law- raise the funds.
ranee of Arabia" and "Dr.
Zhivago."
The cast announced will include
Elizabeth Taylor, Kirk Douglas,
Tony Curtis, Frank Sinatra, Sam-
my Davis Jr., with Charlie Chaplin
portraying Ben-Gurion, and Yul
Brynner impersonating Moshe
Dayan. They all waived payment
for their services.

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COCKTAIL LOUNGE
Featuring the

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WILLIE GREENE JAZZ TRIO

Fri., Sot. and Sun.

18290 LIVERNOIS at Curtis

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341-5559

Your Hosts: Morrie Baker and Mary Simon

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NATIONWIDE BRIDGE

DETROIT
SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA

Geraldine Chaplin stars in "Cop-
Out," the love-in which turns into
a kill-in, adapted from the novel,
"Strangers in the House." It co-
stars James Mason and Bobby
Darin and is now showing at the
Palms Theater, Bloomfield, Li-
vonia Mall Cinema II, Macomb
Mall Cinema II, Wyandotte-Main
and Warren Cinema II.

TOURNAMENT

FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 8:15 p.m.

Simultaneous With National Charity Game
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED TO PLAY!

METROPOLITAN BRIDGE STUDIO
23029 Coolidge, Oak Park 399-0560

Friday, March 1, 1968-39

Yul Brynner Is Dayan in Jewish History Epic

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SHOW PLACE

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Jam
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'Cop-Out' Shocker
at Six Theaters

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NOWOPEN

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Dixie at Selma, Ala. under Rob-
ert Ellis Miller's direction with
17 - year - old newcomer Sondra
Locke and 19 - year - old Wayne
Smith in their first love scene.

Ford Auditorium

Thurs., March 7, 8:30 p.m.

PAUL PARAY ,

conducting

MISCHA MISCHAKOFF

i Dinner at DARBY'S

violinist

ROOM. Cocktail

Loung and Bar

J

ITALO BABINI

is a real treat

cellist

• Visit Our New

SKYLIGHT

• AFTER
THEATRE
Snacks . .
Delight
LUNCHEON
A Pleasure

THERE MUST BE
A REASON!

7"fte.
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P.

SCHUMANN, Symphony No. 3
BRAHMS, Double Concerto
RAVEL, Bolero

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Tickets $2.00 to $4.25 at Ford Aud.
Box Office (961-0700), all 15 Grin-
nell's stores, and all Hudson's.

11111.11

CASSIIVITIS• ADAMS -FUME!

Res. UN 2-7642

SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING

(Longest run in history of
Trans-Lux Krim Theatre.)

M
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"Makes 'DEMIJOHN' look like a fairy tale!"

—11.7 IlerW-Aorsallrdome

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ESSY PERSSON

Mon. thru Thur. at 7:30, 9:30;
Fri.-Sat. at 6:30, 8:30, 10:30;
Sun at 2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 8:00. 10:00

WOOOWARO NEAR • MILE • TO 14300 l

i.m.E.E.11

WINNER ACADEMY AWARD
NOMINATIONS 1

Best Picture
icaPH E LEVINE
Best Actor
MIKE NICHOLS
„,./..."\
Best Actress
LANTENCE TURMAN",
BeSt Supporting Actress
Best Director

NOW SHOWING
EXCLUSIVELY

NOMINATED
FOR

BEST
DIRECTOR

—Richard Brooks

BEST
SCREENPLAY

including:

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GRADUATE

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r ALDER WILLINGHAM•BUCK HENRY IgOL SIMON

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ARE NICHOLS TECHNICOLOR* PANAVISION•

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551-5040

REDFORD

LaMar at Orval Mat
KS 7.2560

ACADEMY
AWARDS!

—Richard Brooks

BEST
CINEMATOGRAPHY

BEST ORIGINAL
MUSIC SCORE

Truman Capote's

IN COLD Mik
BLOOD

Written for the Screen and Directed by

Richard Brooks

Music by QI.JINCV JONES' A

Columbia Pictures Release In panavision•
Positively no one under 16 admitted unlOss accompanied by a parent or guardian

THE "IN" MOVIE OF 19681

N. Warrs ■ -Ibrtsr D1
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TO 6-0444

—Based on material
from another medium

RADIO CITY

Woodward at MIN
LI 590 0 9

STATE-WAYNE

Michigan Avow. 3 Mani
West of Middle Belt
PA 1-2100

STUDIO NEW CENTER

3rd Ave. at W. Grand Blvd.. Tr 4-0075
Free Parking Across Jrom Marquee
Weeknights 7:15. 9:30— Saturday 5:30. 8.00,10.30
Sunday 5:00,7,06, 9:30
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