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Ex-Detroiter Cohen's Production Scheduled for Fox
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
"Berserk," former Detroiter Her- 1 bia pictures, opens April 10 at the
The film, starring Joan Craw-
mah Cohen's production for Collifn- ' Fox Theater.
ford, is about a traveling circus
plagued by a
series of grisly
Winner of Two Golden Globe Awards, Five Academy Award Nominations
murders. T h e
Choice seats available for all performances!
film, in techni-
color, co-stars Ty
D o r s, Michael
Geerson and Rob-
ert Hardy. Jim
ed and Aben Kan-
del collaborated Mis: Crawford
8ased en the pla "CAME Or Boo and yr cs by A AN JAY LERNER Music FREDERICK LOEWE
with Cohen on thescreenplay.
Directed by MOSS HART From "THE ONCE AND FUTURE KING" b T. H. WHITE
As the circus owner, Miss Craw-
- JOSIINIAN TECHNICOLOR'PANAVISION' FROM WARNER BROS.-SEVEN ARTS ig
ford adds to her list of recent
i n breathtaking 70Y111 wide screen & full sterophonic sound.
suspense-thriller pictures which
`Stranger in Town' Stars Tony Anthony
HRS. [MM. NEF EVV \
EXTRA MATINEES — April 15, 16, 18, 19
MAIL SELF ADDRESSED ENVELOPE WITH CHECK OR MONEY
ORDER PAYABLE TO THE UNITED ARTISTS THEATRE
Box Office Open 12 Noon To 9 P.M.
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Information. Call or Write Helen Kavlial.
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The Stranger (Tony Anthony, right), posing as an American
Army Captain, meets the commander of a U.S. troop detachment
delivering a gold shipment to Mexico in the color film "A Stranger
in Town" now playing at the Fox Theater. Also on the same show,
Ursula Andress appears in "She."
Paramount Pictures Presents
The Total Female Animal!
UTA LEVKA.CLAUDE RINGER.CARL MOHNER
Produced and Diected o
an Amsterdam Film Corporation Production
ULTRASCOPE • Released through
NOW SHOWING! Exclusively at
WOODWARD NEAR 6 MILE • TO 8-8300
Mon. thru Thvrs. at 7:30, 9:30 p.m.; Fri. & Sat., 6:30, 8:30, 10:30 p.111. 1
Sun. 2:00, 4:05, 6:10, 8:15, 10:20 p.m.
`If clam% Only make The Time
go Around gli!
IN 80 DAYS'
Dad Nil/en Cantinflas
tho Omit by JULES VERNE •
Screenplay by JAMES POE, JOHN FARROW and S. J. PERELMAN
Directed by MICHAEL ANDERSON • Produced by MICHAEL TODD
WILL 'ROM SOMDTPACX AVARASU CM OCCCA ACCORDS
GREENFIELD NORTH OF 9 MILE
444 - 8676 • 358 - 3920
Thurs., Fri., Mon. & Tues. 6:50 & 9:50
Wed., Sat. & Sun.
1:10, 4:10, 7:10, 10:10
BAGLEY AT GRAND RIVER
11:40, 3:05, 6:30, 9:45
Wednesday is Ladies Day
Ladies Admission Only 50c fill 6 p.
began with "Whatever Happened
to Baby Jane?"
Cohen has produced more than
25 feature pictures in Hollywood
Catering Manager, Decor
Bring New Look to Statler
Appointment of Rolf T. P. Olofs-
son to the post of catering manager
at the Statler Hilton Hotel was
announced by Frank W. Teich,
general manager of the hotel. He
replaces Sheldon Galens, who has
accepted a posi-
tion with the
Conrad Hilton in
Born in Stock-
holm, Olofsson is
a graduate of
both the Air
of Sweden and
the School of
tion at Stock-
holm. He worked in various
capacities for hotels in Germany,
France and Spain before moving
to the United States in 1963.
Following a year as assistant
manager of a Pennsylvania coun-
try club, Olofsson joined the staff
of the New York Waldorf Astoria
as assistant banquet manager,
continuing in that post until his
transfer to Detroit.
Meanwhile, Statler Hilton Hotel's
famous Wayne Room banquet
facility has acquired a new look.
Architecture has been modernized
by lowering the formerly lofty
ceiling to create new proportions.
The hotel's ballroom floor now is
completely air conditioned, includ-
ing the foyer and adjoining areas.
Statler Hilton is one of the few
large hotels with total air condi-
tioning in its ballroom complex.
Massive marble pilasters, a new
decorating theme and sidelight
fixtures to balance the lighting
are other innovations.
SIR JOHN GIELGUD
MON thru SAT: 7:30 9:30
UN:5:30 7:30 9:301
I STUDIO I 1
Livernois at Davison • WE. 3-0070
NEXT TO THEATRE
ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE!
WEEKDAYS: 7:30 9:30
SAT: 7:00 9:00 11:00
SUN: 5:30 7:30 9:30
A Carlo Ponti presentation.
4-Hr. Meter Parking lot front of Theatre
'Woodward at 9-Mile • LI. 1-5168
DETROIT PREMIERE ENGAGEMENT
PETER COOK DUDLEY MOORE
In STANLEY DONEN'S
RAOUEL WELCH as Lust
SAT: 7:00 9:00 11:00
SUN:5:30 7:30 9:30
Greenfield at 8-Mile • LI. 2-8827 ACRES OF FREE PARKING
Oil Pipeline to Carry
60 Million Tons a Year
JERUSALEM (ZINS) --- Zvi
Dinstein, vice-minister of finance,
announced in the Knesset that the
planned pipeline connecting Eilat
and Ashkelon, will carry annually
60,000,000 tons of petroleum.
The 42-inch-wide pipeline will
compete with the Suez Canal be-
cause of reduced expenses, and the
saving of time in transporting the
oil to European ports. The first
phase of its construction is esti-
mated to cost $60,000,000.
The Israeli government is look-
ing for partners to share in the
enterprise, and has already con-
tacted a few prospective investors.
Written for the
Screen and Directed b
Music by QUINCY JONES
A Colurnbia Picturds Release
WEEKDAYS: 7:15, 9:35 SAT: 5:30, 8:00, 10:30. SUN: 5:00, 7:25, 9:45
STUDIO NEW CENTER
3rd at the Blvd. • TR. 4-0025
PARKING • Entrance on 3rd of Theatre