46—Friday, May 10, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS I
Tony Curtis in Cast
of 'Monte Carlo Rally'
Mother's Day History in Lincoln Inn Display
Lincoln Inn has come forth with of her own mother, President Wil-
another "first" in the Downriver son signing the resolution declaring
Tony Curtis joins the long list of area. A display depicting the his- Mother's Day and Abraham Lin-
American stars working for Holly- tory and story of Mother's Day, coln with his famous quote. Repre-
wood companies in Europe at the from 1914 up to and including pres- sented also, are the 1920s, 1950s
nresent. The picture has a conti- ent day.
mental setting and the long-winded
Located in the lobby, along with
title, "Monte Carlo Rally and All other objects of interest, are life- All-Star Cast Gathered
That Jazz," is a spoof to be shot size- mannequins attired in dress of
in Sweden and France with Ken the different eras. They include for `Bye Bye Braverman'
An all-star cast was assembled by
Annakin producing and directing Anna Jarvis of Philadelphia, who
the Jack D a v i e s screenplay for founded Mother's Day in memory motion picture director Sidney
Lumet for his production of "Bye
Bye Braverman" which opens an
exclusive engagement at the North-
I Otto Preminger is producing `j••ricrie Book' Opens
and directing for Paramount re- Walt Disney's "The Jungle Book" land Theater Wednesday.
Heading the line-up of players
lease. "Skidoo," a comedy dealing in Technicolor—four years and
with the confrontation of today's $4,000,000 in the making—opened in the off-beat Technicolor com-
hippy youth with the "establish- 1 Wednesday at the following thea: edy are George Segal, Jack Ward-
ment" represented by organized i ters: Allen Park, Carmen, Civic- en, Jessica Walter, Phyllis New-
gansters who consider themselves Farmington, Cinderella, G r eat man, Godfrey Cambridge, Joseph
the symbol of respectable society. Lakes, Macomb-Mall Cinema, Nor- Wiseman, Sorrell Booke, Zohra
Jackie Gleason and Carol Chann- town, Penn - P 1 y m o u t h, Ryan, Lampert and. Alan King.
"Bye Bye Braverman" was
ing, the latter recipient of a Gold- Shores-Madrid, Trenton, Universal'.
en Globe Award for "Modern Mil- City and Washington-Royal Oak. It filmed entirely on location in New
will head the star cast. Prem. also opened at these drive-ins: Al- York City, the setting of the story.
inger started filmization in San giers, Dearborn, G r a t i o t, Mt. Herbert Sargent wrote the screen-
Francisco, Alcatraz, Monterey, Los Clemens, Troy, Van Dyke and play from ' Wallace Markfield's
novel, "To an Early Grave."
Angeles, and on the high seas of Willow.
the Pacific on March 18.
FRI., MAY 17-8:20 P.M.
Kenneth Hyman, executive vice-
Backstage at the Radio City Theater, Dustin Hoffman, star of
president of Warner-Seven Arts
who accepted the Golden Globe for
The Graduate," pays a surprise visit with Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Sloan, Sloan and his brother Eugene operate the Suburban Detroit
the ailing composer Frederick
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Loewe of "Camelot", announces
Theaters, owners of the Radio City.
$5.50-4.50-3.50 at Masonic Temple, 3. L. Hudson's & Grinnell's
the signing of a five-picture con-
(Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope)
tract with Campbell-Silver-Cosby
Corp. For a minimum of $12,000,-
000. The initial CSC-Roy Silver
production, "The Picasso Sum-
, mer," stars Albert Finney, Yvette
Mimieux, Yul Brynner and Luis
Miguel Dominguin, was written by
Ray Bradbury and directed by
Serge Bourguignon, with Bruce
Campbell and Wes Herschensohn
Tickets now on sale at box office. Seats in
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May 20—Verdi's "Luisa Miller"
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W.eltnighla 7.30, 3:30
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be followed by "More Than Hu-
May 21—Mozart's "Le Nozze di Figaro"
. man" from the award-winning
May 22-Verdi's "La Forza del Destino"
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May 23—Bizet's "Carmen"—SOLD OUT
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New G. E. Robinson Role -
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May 25—Puccini's "Tosca" (matinee)
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\lay- 25—Gounod's "Romeo et Juliette"—SOLO OUT
scheming "simpatico" professor,
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p , oduct,on
Ford Auditorium box office open 9:00 a.m.
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Spencer Sidney Katharine
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