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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-09-27

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MOVIE GUIDE

Grand Circus Park

ADAMS

WO 14525

DAILY

8.

Free Parking after 5 p.m.
Sidney Poitier in

"DIABLO"

SUN. 11:15, 2:40, 6:05, 9:35.

"THE HELL WITH HEROES"

12:55, 4:20, 7:50, 11:15.
STARTS FRI., OCT. 4
"THE PAPER LION"
Freef Parking After 5 P.M.

9448n 6
. 7: Greenfield Rd.
358-3920
A RETURN TO ELEGANCE
FOR ALL MOVIEGOERS
Michael Caine in

AMERICANA

"DEADFALL"

Wk. Nights open 6:00. Shown 6:20, 8:35,
10:45.
SAT. SUN. open 1:15. Shown 1:40, 3:50,
.
6:05, 8:20, 10:30.

12 Mile-Coolldge LI 2-0330

Academy Award Winner

"MAN FOR ALL SEASONS"

WEEK NIGHTS open 6:30. Shown 8:30
only,
SAT. EVE. re-open 6:30. Shown 6:55,
10:35.
SUN. open 12:45. Shown 1:05, 4:50, 8:35.
"SIDNEY POITIER"

"TO SIR WITH LOVE"

Map e

Doris Day, Bryan Keith

"WITH 6 YOU GET EGG ROLL"

FRI. 7:00, 10:30. SAT. 7:30, 11:00. SUN.
2:05, 5:35, 9:05. WEEK NIGHTS 7:00,
10:30.
Plus ames Garner, Debbie Reynolds

"HOW SWEET IT IS"

FRI. 8:45 only. SAT. 5:45, 9:15. SUN.
3:45, 7:20. Wk. Nights 7:00, 10:25.
Starts Oct. 4: "The PAPER LION"

BLOOMFIELD

W'ward 2 biks.J15

SHIRLEY MacLAIN
"THE BLISS OF MRS. BLOSSOM"

MON. THRU FRI. 7:00, 10:40.
SAT. open 3:45. Shown 4:00, 7:35, 11:20.
SUN. open 1:45. Shown 2:00, 5:40, 9:15.
Plus

ROD STEIGER
"NO WAY TO TREAT A LADY"

MON. THRU FRI. 8:50 only.
SAT. 5:35, 9:20. SUN. 3:40, 7:15.
Suggested for Mature Audiences

w warren at Miller Roe
581-5040
Joanne Woodward in
the PAUL NEWMAN. production

CAMELOT

"RACHEL, RACHEL"

Exclusive Area Showing
FRI., MON., TUES. WED. Open 6:15.
Shown 6:25, 8:20, 10:10.
SAT. & SUN. Open 1:30. Shown 2:20,
4:20, 6:25, 8:25, 10:30.

2211 Woodward—WO 1-9494
Last & Final Big Week
ALL COLOR SHOW. See them grind
gears & burn rubber.

FOX

"SHE DEVILS ON WHEELS"

Fabian & Diane McBain
The shocking facts behind the mari-
juana controversy.

"MARY JANE"

Every Wed. Ladies' Day

LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday
For Schedule Information Call
WO 1-7917

Clircsz
GRAND CIRCUS park rand
wD

31/2 hrs. free parking after 5:30 p.m.
Cooled by Refrigeration
Michael Caine in

"DEADFALL"

11:15, 3:00, 6:45, 10:30

"THE COUNTERFEIT KILLER"

1:25, 5:10, 8:55

MAIN, ROYAL OAK Melei at 11180Mile

HELD OVER
Academy Award Winner Paul Scofield

"A MAN FOR

in

ALL SEASONS"

Plus Sidney Pottier in

"TO SIR WITH LOVE"

"WITH 6 YOU GET EGG ROLL"

"THE PAPER LION"

Coming

MERCURY

Schaefer at McNichols—UN 2.8100
Michigan Premiere! Shirley MacLaine,
Richd. Attenborough in

"THE BLISS OF MRS. BLOSSOM"

FRI. open 5:45, shown 8:00, 11:20.
SAT. open 2:30, shown 4:30, 8:00, 11:20.
SUN. & WED. open 1:30, shown 3:30,
7:00, 10:30.
THUR. MON. TUES. open 6:45, shown
7.00, 10:30.
Plus Academy Award Winner Rod
Steiger with Lee Remick, Geo. Segal

"NO WAY TO TREAT A LADY"

FRI. 6:00, 9:30. SAT. 2:45, 6:00, 9:30.
SUN. & WED. - 1:45, 5:05, 8:40.
THUR. MON. TUES. 8:40 only.
Suggested for Mature Audiences

Baglerai gt ega River

MICHIGAN

Shirley MacLaine in

11:05, 2:55, 6:40, 10:35
Plus
Julie Andrews in Alfred Hitchcock's

SAT. SPEC. CHILDREN'S MATINEE
"3 stooges around the world in a daze"
plus "THE BEATLES IN HELP"
Open 1:00, over 4:30.

iTh
i
j.r7tinghanr
at
a

Fri., Mon., Tues., Wed., Thur. open 6:00.
Shown 6:40, 10:00. SAT. SUN. open 1:15.
Shown 3:25, 6:55, 10:20
Plus

"THE BLISS OF MRS. BLOSSOM"

WEEK NIGHTS 6:40, 10:30.
SAT. 8:55 only.
SUN. 3:05, 6:50, 10:35.
*
* a

Birmingham

"HOW SWEET IT IS"

Wk. Nights 8:15 only. SAT. & SUN. 1:55,
5:20, 8:45.

System Auto Park, Adams at Witherell
All Day Wednesday Is Ladies Day!

BERKLEY

Plymouth Rd.
at Farmington•Rd.
GA 7-0400 & KE 4-6400
James Garner, Debbie Reynolds

IVIAI KAI

"THE TORN CURTAIN"

12:35, 4:25, 8:15

WED. LADIES DAY 75c

Nr. 9 Mi.
Woodw
LaIrd3-5800
HURRY, LAST 12 DAYS!
Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau as

RADIO CITY

"THE ODD COUPLE"

Scope & Color
if it hurts to laugh, ROAR, SCREAM,
STAY AT HOME!
FRI. open 5:45, shown 6:00, 8:00. 10:05
SAT. open 3:45, shown 4:00,
5:55, 8:00, 10:05
SUN. open 1:30
Shown 1:45, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:35
MON. thru THURS. open 7:10
Shown 7:30, 9:35
efed
aatreprnd Ra o
KE L 7a-
Award Winner Sandy Dennis in

ygor p

REDFORD

"THE FOX"

FRI. 7:00, 10:50. SAT. 7:20, 11:10.
SUN. 1:00, 4:45, 8:30. Wk. Nights 8:15
only.
Plus Audrey Hepburn in

32—Friday, September 27, 1968

3rd at Blvd.
TR 4-0025
Free Parking in Fisher Theatre Lot
(Use 3rd Ave. Ent. Across from
Marquee)
Academy Award Winner, Sandy Dennis,
Anne Heywood, Keir Dulles in

STUDIO NEW CENTER

"THE FOX"

WK. NIGHTS 7:30, 9:30.
FRI. SAT, 6:00, 8:00, 10:00.
Suggested for Mature Audiences
Woodward
at 9-Mile
LI 1-5166

STUDIO-NORTH

FINAL WEEKS!

EXCLUSIVE DETROIT ENGAGEMENT
"Perhaps the most beautiful movie in

history"—The New Yorker

"ELVIRA MADIGAN"

(in color)
MON. thru THURS. 7:30 & 9:30
FRI. & SAT. 7:00, 8:50, 10:45
SUN. 5:10, 7:00, 8:50, 10:45

TELENEWS

1-0543
1540 Woodward —
Open 8:30 a.rn.
Sandy Dennis, Anne Heywood,
Keir Dullea in

"THE FOX"

Plus

"YOU'RE A BIG BOY NOW"

(Please call theatre - for show times)
Suggested for Mature Audiences
Ladies Day 75e All Day
aiociafr101h
agenldcS
imn
atGl
Michigan Premiere! The Venice Film
Festival winner starring the world's
most beautiful woman CATHERINE
DENEUVE

TOWNE

"BELLE DeJOUR"

FRI. SAT. open 5:45, shown 6:00, 8:00,
10:00. SUN. open 3:45, shown 4:00, 6:00,
8:00, 10:00. MON. thru THUR. open 7:10,
shown 7:30, 9:30.,
Suggested for Mature Audiences

l altiloelat Coolidge
VILIAGE2830 Ma 1 12111 aY

Somerset - Plaza-642-8814
The most controversial film of '68.
Academy Award Winner
Sandy Dennis, Anne Heywood,
Keir Dune& in

"THE FOX"

FRI. SAT. open 5:45, shown 6:00, 8:00,
10:00. SUN. open 3:10. "FOX" 3:20, 5:20,
7:30, 9:40.
MON. THRU THUR. open 7:10, "THE
FOX" 7:30, 9:40.
No one under 18 admitted unless ac-
companied by parent or guardian.

Catherine Deneu.ve
in `Belle de Jotie

"WAIT UNTIL DARK"

FRI. 9:15 only. SAT. 5:35, 9:20. SUN.
2:50, 6:30, 10:20. Wk. Nights 6:30, 10:05.
Park Mil at Meyers UN 4-8800
P k Free
Audrey Hepburn in

ROYAL

"WAIT UNTIL DARK"

MON. THRU FRI. OPEN 6:15, shown
8:40 only. SAT. open 6:45, shown 9:00
only. SUN. open 1:45, shown 4:15, 8:10.
Plus Award Winner Sandy Dennis

, "THE FOX"

Wk. Nights 6:40, 10:25. Sat. 7:00, 10:50.

Sun. 2:15, 6:06, 9:50.

315 W. Fourth, R.O.
LI 1-2812
Frank Sinatra in

ROYAL OAK

"THE DETECTIVE"

MON THRU THUR. 8:20 only.
only. SAT. Eve. 5:20, 9:15.
FRI. 6:5
5
SUN. 4:10, 8:05.
Plus Paul Newman in

"HOMBRE"

MON. THRU THUR. 6:30, 10:20.
FRI. 7:05, 10:55.
SAT. EVE. 7:15, 11:10.
SUN. 2:20, 6:15, 10:00.
SAT, MATINEE CHILDREN'S MATINEE
STARTS 12:30
Livernats at Davison
WE 3-0070
Exclusive Detroit Engagem't

STUDIO-1

A superb film
unforgettable
Susan Stark—Free Press

"THE FIFTH HORSEMAN IS FEAR"

WK. NIGHTS 7:30, 9:30.
SAT. 6:00, 8:00, 10:00.
SUN. 5:30, 7:30, 9:30.
Suggested for Mature Audiences
Greenriel2d4 g7 a Mile

STUDIO-8

Acres of Free Parking
Oskar Werner and Barbara Ferris in

"INTERLUDE"

(in color)
The Bittersweet Love Story of a
Young Girl and a Married Man
Week Days: 7:30, 9:30
Fri., Sat.: 7:00, 9:00, 11:00
Sun. 5:30, 7:30, 9:30

Catherine D e n e n v e stars in
"Belle de Jour" now showing ex-
clusively at the Towne Theater.

Lincoln Inn to Increase
Number of Personnel

Lincoln Inn of Lincoln Park,
plans to enlarge its staff to accom-
modate heavily increased business,
it was announced by the manage-
ment.
Edwin Baustert, general mana-
ger, has appointed Patrick Size-
land director of public relations
and sales departments. Other staff
expansions are needed because the
Thursday night smorgasbord offer-
ed at the Inn has been extended to
include Tuesday nights.

1877 Irish Event Inspired Film

By HERBERT G. LUFT

(Copyright 1968, JTA Inc-)

HOLLYWOOD — Walter Bern-
stein, at a recent press reception
in Hollywood sharing the dias with
Richard Harris, Samantha Eggar
and Sean Connery, told us that bis
new Paramount production of "The
Molly Maguires" in spite of the
gay label is neither a musical nor
a comedy. On the contrary, the
motion picture currently before
the cameras, with Martin Ritt at
the helm, depicts one of the most
tragic episodes in the past history
of the United States.
The title "The Molly Maguires"
represents a secret organization
of Irish immigrant coal miners in
the Pennsylvania anthracite region,
who joined together in the early
18705 to fight for better living
conditions and a minimum wage
law but lost out and were hung,
still protesting injustice. Richard
Harris portrays the leader of the
rebels, Sean Connery an Irishman
who works for the police.
Bernstein, who wrote the orig-
inal screenplay, in addition to func-
tioning as co-producer with Marty
Rift, reveals that the miscarriage
of justice of 1877 has haunted him
ever since he read about the trag-
edy on the sideline of the indus-
trial revolution while doing re-
search for a thesis on American
history as a student at Dartmouth
College. As it is with some writers,
the germinal idea for "The Molly
Maguires" was with him for 27
years before it came to the crea-
tive development. of a motion pic-
ture screenplay.
* * *
MARK ROBSON has entered a
co-production deal with Universal
Studios for the filmization of
"Roundabout" from a Frederick
Raphael screenplay with Philip
Barry, Jr. as producer and Rob-
son as director. The top-budgeted
contemporary love story, to go
before cameras early next year,
marks Robson's return to Univer-
sal after a 17-year absence. The
director of Kramer's "Champion"
and "Home of the Brave" cur-
rently films "Daddy's Gone A-
Hunting" starring British import
Carol White now on location in San
Francisco. Robson last directed
"Valley of the Dolls" which has
become the largest non-roadshow
grosser in the history of 20th-Cen-
tury-Fox. He is also preparing
"The Plot" from the Irving Wal-
lace best-seller for the latter com-
pany. Frederick Raphael, author
of "Roundabout," is a novelist and
screenwriter from England. Two
of his six books were adapted by
him for the screen, "Two For the
Road" and the Academy-Award
winning "Darling."
*
*
DALIAH LAVI, the Israeli film
star who rose to international
prominence with "Two Weeks in
Another Town," "Casino Royale"
and "Lord Jim," currently com-
pletes in London a comedy with
murder, one of the new Bulldog
Drummond films in which Richard
Johnson replaces the late Ronald
Colman.
While Daliah Lavi now appears
on the screen as a "wild, treacher-
ous assassin, a baroness of un-

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AARON DeROY THEATRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

18100 MEYERS ROAD
Detroit
DI 1-4200 Ext. 40

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Light up the Sky great comedy hit
by Moss. Hart



February 15, 16, 19, 22 and 23

Right You Are, if you think you are
by Pirandello
,
htiera.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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determined origin who invests in
microbombs, explosives and target
pistols," she is in life just the
complete opposite — a young moth-
er who cares for her family and is
deeply concerned about Israel and
the future of the world at large.
* *

WALTER MATTHAU whose
"take" for a motion picture is
reportedly up to the million mark
now, finished his stint in "Hello
Dolly' opposite Barbra Streisand.
He bought his wife a silver Rolls
Royce to celebrate after his un-
heard-of success in the film ver-
sion of "The Odd Couple." Next
he is doing the role of Dr. Julius
Winston in the movie version of
Broadway's "The Cactus Flower,"
once more under the direction of
"The Odd Couple's" Gene Saks
(who rose to fame as the reformed
rabbi in the New York stage pro-
duction of "The Tenth Man")
s * *
-
ISRAEL'S lat e s t war epic,
"Every Bastard a King," the first
in color, starring Golden Globe
Award nominee Odded Kotler op-
posite the Italian Pier Angell, has
been screened by me (as chair-
man o the International Film
Comm e) for the membership
of the•ood Foreign Press As-
s an official entry for
soda
oreign language awards.
the 1

Center Theater-
Readies for Trio
of Plays This Year

For its 10th season, Center The-
ater of the Jewish Center will
offer three diverse plays this sea-
son.
"J. B.," a verse drama by Arch-
ibald MacLeish, will be presented
Nov. 2, 3, 6, 9 and 10. Set in a
circus tent, and based on The bib-
lical story of Job, this play af-
firms man's capacity to endure
and love. Drawing closely on Scrip-
ture, MacLeish shifts the emphasis
from God's glory to man's heroic
acceptance of life. "J.B." will be
directed by Harry Goldstein, a
founder and the managing direc-
tor of the Actors' Company.
On Feb. 15, 16, 19, 22 and 23,
Moss Hart's comedy, "Light up
the Sky," will provide a view of
the theater world, directed by
Hal Youngblood of WJR's radio

Program, "In Contact."

Center Theater's final offering,
"Right You Are" by Luigi Piran-
dello, will be presented May 3, 4,
7, 10 and 11. This play states the
thesis that one knows the truth
if he thinks he does and that the
same statement applies to one's
neighbor. In a provincial town in
Italy, the strange goings-on of a
newly arrived family provide op-
portunity for seeking the truth.
The audience must decide how
successful the search has been.
Season tickets are on sale now
at the Jewish Center, or may be
obtained with the order blank on
this page. For information, call
Center Theater, DIamond 1-4200.

Protest Against Bigotry
in E. Europe Held in Paris

PARIS (JTA) — A demonstra-
tion against new manifestations of
anti-Semitism in Eastern Europe,
especially in Poland, was held at
the Paris Community Center under
the auspices of the-Union of Eur-
ope. Salomon Friedrich, president
of the union, presided. The group
intends to organize further protest
meetings.


CHEESE AND TRAP
Producer David Merrick dined
alone one midday at Sardi's. At
the very next table an actor whom
Merrick had fired a few days
before sat glaring at him. His
luncheon consumed, Merrick told
the waiter, "I believe I'll have a
bit, ofcheese." The actor leaned

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or la a trap."

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