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April 12, 1968 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-04-12

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62—Friday, April 12, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Charleton Heston Star

in 'Planet of the Apes'

Paul Newman Comedy Is at 7 Local Theaters
Charleton Heston has finally been
Paul Newman gets to play an sad sack who spends so much cast in a relatively normal, modern

out-and-out comedy role for the
first time in "The Secret War of
Harry Frigg," now at the Adams,
Six Mile, Village, Quo Vadis Pent-
house I, Livonia Cinema II, Ma-
comb Cinema II and Warren Cin-
ema II theaters.
Newman plays a World War II

time in and out of the guardhouse
that he becomes known as an
escape artist. This skill gets him
promoted from buck private to
two-star general so that he can
effect the escape of five one-star
generals from behind enemy lines.

role, but it is in the ultra-modern
"Planet of the Apes," which open-
ed at the Michigan, Dearborn,
Royal, Birmingham, Livonia Cin-
ema I, Macomb Cinema I and
Warren Cinema I.
"Planet of the Apes" tells of a
team of United States astronauts
whose spaceship goes astray at
the speed of light, landing them on
a strange planet where apes are
the rulers, and man is the hunted
and caged animal.

Another Disney Classic
Hits Detroit Theaters

Oak Park Symphony Plans Concert
With Dr. Hochberk as Guest Soloist

The Oak Park Symphony Society
will present a free concert with
the Oak Park Symphony Orches-
tra, under Dr. Robert Klotman,
conductor, 3 p.m. April 21 in the
Oak Park High School auditorium.
Seats will be available to the
public on a first-come, first-served
basis.
This free concert has been made
possible by the Oak Park Sym-
phony Society and is presented
with, and assistance from the Re-
cording Industries (Music Per-
formance) Trust Funds.
Guest soloist will be Dr. Morris

Filmed in the tradition of "Son
of Flubber" and "Mary Poppins,"
Walt Disney's "Blackbeard's
Ghost" starring Peter Ustinov,
Dean Jones and Suzanne Pleshette,
is now showing at the following
theaters: Carmen, Civic-Detroit,
Gateway, Great Lakes, Penn-Plym-
outh, Royal and Wyandotte Main.
The film may also be seen at these
drive-ins : Algiers, Fort George,
Grand River, Graiot, Jolly Roger,
Oak, Troy and Van Dyke.

JOAN CRAWFORD

GENEVA (JTA) — A documen-
tary film on the life of former
Israeli Premier David Ben-Gurion
will be one of a number of such
documentaries of Zionist figures,
Melvin Mark of Manchester, a
British film producer, said here.
Mark announced last month he had
signed an agreement with the form-
er premier to film a series of inter-
views with him for the film.
In disclosing the a ddit ion al
plans, he said films also will be
made about Dr. Chaim Weizmann,
Israel's first president; Vladimir
Jabotinsky, the Revisionist leader;
and Chaim Arlosoroff, a Labor Zi-
onist leader. Before leaving on an-
other trip to Israel, Mark said the
purpose of the film program was to
project famous 20th Century Jews
against the background of modern
Jewish history.

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