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June 21, 1968 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-06-21

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38—Friday, June 21, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS `Anzio'" Recreates Battle

'The Producers' on Studio 8 Screen

Joseph E. Levine's - comed y,
"The Producers," written and di-
rected by Mel Brooks, which is I
now showing exclusively at the
Studio Eight Theater, stars Zero
Mostel and Gene Wilder as pro-
ducers who deliberately set out
to produce the worst script they
can find, so that they can abscond
with the over-subscribed funds.
The producers cast the lead
roles with a hippie guitar player

named LSD (Di& Shawn), hire
Broadway's worst director, Roger
de Bris (Christopher Hewett) and
then sit back to await the theatri-
cal disaster.

Ph il

oster at ay Oy
Appearing in the Penthouse of
the Detroit Playboy Club Monday
through July 6 will be comedian
Phil Foster.

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In Color

of World War II on Screen

Pioneers of the First Aliya in 1883. The colony, outside Tel
founded a vineyard and grain Aviv, burgeoned into a town and
plantation colony in Peta Tikva became a municipality in 1937.

Dino de Laurentiis' epic produc-
tion of "Anzio" — World War II
drama starring Robert Mitchum,
opens Wednesday at the Alger,
Gateway, Redford, Quo V a d i s
Penthouse 1, Village and Wyan-
dotte-Main theaters.
The Columbia Pictures release,
filmed in Panavision and Techni-
color, was directed by Edward
Dmytryk. Co-starring are Peter
Falk, Earl Holliman, Mark Da-
mon, Reni Santoni, Thomas Hun-
ter, Anthony Steel and W a y d e
Preston with Arthur Kennedy and
special guest star Robert Ryan
as General Carson.
Riz Ortolani, noted, screen com-
poser whose score for "Mondo
Cane" won him an Academy cita-
tion and a Grammy award, cre-
ated the music.

DETROIT'S LUXURIOUS

NEW REVUE SUPPER CLUB

Presents the

TOKYO
HAPPY COATS

in the Lunar Lounge

New Cast! New Music!

"Salute to Broadway"

Revue
in the Velvet Cavern

`The Odd Couple'. Paired
With Six Local Theaters

Paramount's happy "The Odd
Couple," starring Walter Matthau
and Jack Lemmon, opens Wednes-
day at the Michigan; Mai Kai,
Punch and Judy, Radio City,
Macomb Mall Cinema and Warren
Cinema theaters.
Neil Simon's Broadway success
about a pair of battling bachelors
is breaking records at Radio City
Music Hall in New York, where
it is in the sixth week of its world
premiere engagement.






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WK. DAYS , 7:30, 9:30
Sat. 7:00, 9.00, 11:00
Sun. 5:30, 7:30, 9:30

Harry Jarkey, versatile come-
dian, continues at the 24 Karat
Club through June.
The one-time TV comedy star
sings, does characterizations and
plays guitar, trumpet and trom-
bone.
Sharing the bill with Jarkey for
the rest of June will be song stylist
Ruth Sisson; The Step Sisters,
dance team; Harry Harris, the 76-
year-old former partner of Jimmy
Durante; and the Lennie Schick
Quartet. For reservations, call
538-4455.

NOW

INFORMATION
WO 1.1OIT
FREE PARKINS

P.I :AN I S.

MIKE NICHOLS

LAWRENCE TURMAN

MIKE NICHOLS

"Best Director

Ohio Man to Run Fair

E. J. (Jeff) Keirns, 52, has been
named general manager of the
Michigan State Fair this season.
He was formerly general manager
of the Ohio State Fair. The fair
will run from Aug. 23 through
Sept. 2.
Since 1963, when Keirns took
over the position at the Ohio State
Fair, attendance increased from
600,000 to 1,500,000.

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Romanian Jews to Honor
Chief Rabbi; Israelis Due

strange birds

STRANGER
PEOPLE

riteo

FERTILITY
WRONGS

and

17 ways

to feel
good

and

• -.•

co-starring

DOM De LUISE • JOHN Mc MARTIN • SUSAN SAINTJAME
by GEORGE SEATON and ROBERT PIROSH
DON STROUD. Screen Story and Screenplay
A UNIVERSAL PICTURE is TECHNICOLOR ®

Produced and Directed by GEORGE SEATON

DEARBORN

Michigan - Telegraph
LO 1-3450

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294.1900

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Seven Mile & Middlebelt Roads

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J

BUCHAREST (JTA) — The Fed-
eration of Jewish Communities
here will hold festivities June 28-
July 1 in honor of the 20th anni-
versary of the election of Dr.
Moses Rosen as Romania's chief
rabbi.
Among the guests will be Israel's
Sephardic Chief Rabbi Itzhak Nis-
sim, the chief rabbis of Hungary
and Czechoslovakia, a delegation
of American Jewish religious lead-
ers, including representatives of
the Joint Distribution Committee,
and delegations from Argentina
and Canada.
In Jerusalem, the Israel Foreign
Ministry has "advised" several
cabinet ministers not to visit Ro-
mania at this time in order to
avoid causing that nation difficul7
ties with the Soviet bloc, an in-
formed source told JTA. Invita-
tions have been received from the
Bucharest Jewish Community by
Dr. Zerah Warhaftig, minister of
religious affairs; Dr. Josef Burg,
minister of social welfare; a n d
Moshe Kol, minister of tourism
and development.
The foreign ministry has not,
however, objected to the planned
journey to Romania of Zeev Sharef,
minister of commerce and industry,
who is scheduled to go there Sun-
day, because his mission is con-
nected with trade and technical
agreements between the two coun-
tries. It also has not objected to
the projected visit of Rabbi Nis-
sim, whose visit is considered to
be of a less official nature.'

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WINIIIERI

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