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December 20, 1968 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-12-20

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Levine's 'The Lion in Winter' Scores Triumphs

BY HERBERT G.

Lurr

(copyright 1968, JTA, Inc-)

,

HOLLYWOOD—Joe Levine did it
again! After the outstanding suc-
cess of "The Gradaute," with an
Oscar for his director and five
Golden Globe Awards to his credit,
and some $80,000,000 from domes-
tic box office receipts alone, he
comes up with a new sensational
winner, "The Lion in Winter" —
promising to garner Academy ac-
colades for the two stars Kath-
arine Hepburn and Peter O'Toole,
and for director Anthony Harvey
and playwright-screen writer
James Goldman. Termed by some
a 12th Century "Virginia Woolf"
dramatization, "The Lion in Win-
ter" on the surface deals with the
struggle for supremacy between
Henry H and his wife Eleanor of
Aquitaine and their three sons
Richard, Goeffrey and John, a
quintet of greedy and power-
hungry hyenas constantly at each

other's throat; yet as Miss Hep-
burn summarizes on the screen,
"just an ordinary family, with its
ups and downs."
Levine had a hunch that an un-
conventional story dealing with the
youth of today, such as "The
Graduate," was something audi-
ences wanted to see everywhere.
Long lines at box offices from
New York to Los Angeles, show
that the filmmaker's judgment
was right. With "The Lion in Win-
ter," he vigorously delves into a
love-hate conflict laid in the Moyen
Age but developed with the deep
psychological knowledge of today
and in reality, a historical image
of our time.
The production program of Le-
vine Avco-Embassy surpasses the
keenest estimates. Currently in re-
lease is "The Producers," the Mel
Brooks farce starring Zero Mostel
and Gene Wilder. Being completed
in England is Levine's modern

MOVIE GUIDE

Grand Circus Park

ADAMS

Free Parking after 5 p.m.
WO 1-8525
RESERVED SEAT ENGAGEMENT
Anthony Quinn, Oskar Werner in

"THE SHOES OF THE FISHERMAN"

FRI. EVE. 8 P.M. WED. SAT. MATINEES
at 2:00 EVES. 8 P.M. SUN. MATINEES
1:00, 4:30, EVES. COO Starting Xmas Day
thru New Years Day Matinees at 290.
Eves. 8:D0.

FOX

2211 Woodward—WO 1.9494
Final Week

"WILD, WILD WORLD OF JANE
MANSFIELD"

Plus

"THE CONQUEROR WORM"

Every Wed. Ladies' Day

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

At Grand Circus
Park. WO 1-3240
31/2 hrs. free parking after 5:30 p.m.
Steve McQueen as

GRAND CIRCUS

"BULLITT"

11:25, 1:35, 3:50, 6:05, 8:20, 10:30
Wednesday Ladies Day 75c
Suggested for mature audiences

Bagley at Grd. River
W O 3-3216
Starring Chas. Anzavour, Marlon Bran-
do, Richard Burton, James Coburn, John
Hudson, Walter Mattheau, Ringo Starr
and introducing Ewa Aunt',

MICHIGAN

"CANDY"

11:15, 1:30, 3:45, 6:00, 8:15, 10:30
Ladies Day Wed. 75c
Persons under 16 not admitted unless
accompanied by parent or guardian.

TELENEWS

1540 Woodward —

"DEAR JOHN"

1-0543

Plus

"REPULSION"

Recommended Adult Audiences

AMERICANA

v

a. Greenfield Rd.

"BU [LITT"

FRI. & MON. 6:20, 8:30 and 10:40.
TUES. XMAS EVE. 6:20, 8:30. Starting
SAT. SUN. XMAS DAY through Jan. 5—
shown 1:30, 3:40, 5:55, 8:15 and 10:35.
Suggested for mature audiences

MAIN, Rom OAK

Main at 11 Mlle

LI 241110
All Walt Disney Show

"THE HORSE IN THE GREY FLANNEL
SUIT"

Plus

"WINNIE THE POOH"

Matinees every day starting Christmas
through Jan. 5th.

Plymouth Rd.
at Farmington Rd.
GA 7-0450 & KE 4-6400
THE BEATLES

idAl KAI

"YELLOW SUBMARINE"

6:25, 8:25, 10:25. XMAS EVE. 6:25, 8:20.
MATINEES SAT. SUN. & BEGINNING
XMAS DAY THROUGH JAN. 5th: 2:15,
4:20 and Eves. 6:25, 8:25 and 10:30.

REDFOR n

Lanser at Grand River
KE 7-2560 Park Free—Cooled
John Wayne in

"HELLFIGHTERS"

FRI. OPEN 5:45, SHOWN 6:05, 8:30, 10:40
FRI. Organ Interlude at 8:15 only.
SAT. open 1:45, shown 2:05, 4:15, 6:25,
8:40 and 10:50.
SUN. & XMAS DAY. Open 12:45, shown
1:05, 3:15, 5:25, 7:40 and 9:50.
MON. Open 7:00, shown, 7:20 and 9:30.
TUES., XMAS EVE. CLOSED
WED. XMAS. Open 12:45 same as Sun.
THURS. Open 7:00, shown 7:20 and 9:30.

4P:eel Meyers UN 4-8800
ak

ROYAL P

"THE GREEN BERET"

FRI. SAT. MON. 8:15 only. SUN. 4:00, 8:15.
TUES. XMAS EVE CLOSED
plus

"THE DOUBLE MAN"

A RETURN TO ELEGANCE

FRI. SAT. MON. at 6:20 and 10:35.
SUN. 2:00, 6:20 and 10:35
STARTING XMAS DAY New 1st Run.

"FINIAN'S RAINBOW"

XMAS, THURS & FRI. 7:00 and 9:00.
SAT. 6:00, 8:00, 10:00. SUN. 3:00, 5:00,
7:00, 9:00.

444-8676

3511-3920

FOR ALL MOVIEGOERS
SPECIAL RESERVED
SEAT ENGAGEMENT
Petula Clark, Fred Astaire

MATINEES: Wed., Sat. & Sun. at 2:00
EVENINGS: MON. thru SAT, 8:15
SUN. 7:45

BERKLEY

12 Mile-Coolidge LI 2-0330

Suggested Adult Entertainment

Peter Sellers in

"I LOVE YOU ALICE B. TOKLAS"

FRI. & MON. THRU THUR. Open 6:45,
shown 7:00. Wed. 10:15. (Closed Xmas)
SAT. EVE. Re-open 7:00, shown 7:20,
10:40. SUN. open 1:20, shown 1:40, 5:05,
8:30.
Joanne Woodward in

"RACHEL, RACHEL"

FRI. MON. WED. 7:00, 10:15. SAT. EVE.
9:00 only. SUN. 3:20, 6:45, 10:00.

SAT. & SUN. Spec. Children's Matinee
Open 1:00. Starts 1:20. Over 4:40.
"One Million years B.C." &
"Snow-White & The 3 Stooges"

Birmingham—MI 4-3533
Birrningham S.
Woodwara at Maple

Exclusive area 1st run
John Wayne, Katherine Ross

"HELLFIGHTERS"

Also selected short "Jazz Festival"
Shown FRIDAY - at 7:25, and 10:05
BEGINNING SAT. 12-21 thru Jan. 1st
Matinees daily at 1:50, 4:30. Eves. 7:10,
9:50.
Except Xmas Eve. 2 shows only
at 1:50 & 4:30

BLOOMFIELD " 'ward 2 blks. 5.155 tali

Rex Harrison as

"DR. DOOLITTLE"

"THE STALKING MOON"

ROYAL OAK

315 WilFmthi, R.O.

"GONE WITH THE WIND"

FRI. 8:00 P.M. only. SAT. 2:00 P.M. and
7:30. SUN. & HOLIDAYS 2:30, 7:30.
WEEK NIGHTS 8:00 only.
THURS. FRI. & SAT. SPEC. MATINEES
2 P.M. and 8 P.M. Evenings.
BIG GALA NEW YEAR'S EVE, SHOW
at 8:00 P.M. only. Reserved tickets on
sale now

Livernms at Davison
WE 3-0070
Exclusive Detroit Engagement !
"Artistry & Eroticism" N. Y. Times

STUDIO-1

"NEGATIVES"

WK NIGHTS 7:30, 9:30. SAT. 6:00, 8:00,
10:00 SUN. XMAS DAY 5:30, 7:30, 9:30.

Greenfield at Mile
542-8815
Acres of Free Parking
Franco Zeffirelli's Color Production of

STUDIO-8

"ROMEO & JULIET"

MON. THRU FRI. 2:30, 5:00, 7:30, 10:00.
SAT. & SUN. 12:30, 3:00, 5:30, 8:00, 10:30.

3rd at Blvd.
TR 4-0025
Free Parking in Fisher Theatre Lot
(Use 3rd. Ave. Ent. across from Marquee)
THE BEATLES in

STUDIO NEW CENTER

"YELLOW SUBMARINE"

(color)
SHOWS DAILY THRU JAN. 5th at
2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 8:00 and 10:00.

FRI. 12-20-6:40 and 9:40; SAT. 12-21-
12:40, 3:40, 6:40, 9:40; SUN. 12-22-1:40,
4:40, 7:40; MON. 12-23-2:00 and 7:40;
TUES. 12.24-1 show only at 2 o'clock.
Closed TUES. Eve. "A HAPPY

Exclusive Detroit Premiere engagement
John Cassavetes'

WED. XMAS DAY at _1:40, 4:40, 7:40.
THURS. 12-26-2:00, 7:40; FRI. 12-27-
2:00, 6:40 and 9:40.

WK. NIGHTS 7:30, 9:45. FRI. SAT. 5:45,
8:00, 10:20. SUN. & XMAS 5:15, 7:30, 9:45

HOLIDAY TO ALL"

s

Miller Roe
W. Warren
at040
581-5
Steve McQueen as

CAMELOT

STUDIO-NORTH W"a V rld-5V8 9-Mile

"FACES"

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS

comedy, "A Nice Girl Like Me."
Levine's production of "Gen-
Liners and display classified ads accepted from
eration," from the Broadway play
by William Goodhart, goes before
responsible firms or individuals by telephone up to
the cameras in Hollywood next
2 p.m. Wednesday. For rates and information .. .
February.
There will be many more films
from Levine's company next year
"Death Watch," from a story by
John Michael Hayes; "I Am Mary
Dunne," from the novel by Brian
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* *

CALL VErmont 8-9364

People Who Care

Georgetown
Apartments

-

342-8071

LARRY- PEERCE, son of the
famed tenor, will direct "Running
Scared" for agent-turned-producer
Ingo Preminger now at Paramount
Studios. Peerce recently complet-
ed "Goodbye, Columbus" his third
picture, on location in New York.
Casting now is under way for the
new feature and filming is slated
in Hollywood next spring.

JULIAN BLAUSTEIN, under
contract to Universal Studios, will
produce filmization of "His Eye Is
On the Sparrow," Ethel Waters'
life story. Screenplay is being
written by Peter Feibleman from
the biographical book by the late
Miss Waters and Charles Samuels.

WE HAVE A REPUTATION FOR SELUNG FIRST-RATE HOUSES
IN A FIRST-RATE WAY TO FIRST-RATE PEOPLE.

BY "FIRST-RATE HOUSES" WE MEAN clean, modern,
houses valued from $15,000 to $50.000.

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BY "FIRST-RATE WAY" WE MEAN no signs, no "open house," no

surprise showings, no showings to "lookers" or "shoppers," no fall-

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BY "FIRST-RATE PEOPLE" WE MEAN professionals, semi-profes-
sionals, businessmen and highly-paid skilled workers.

WE'VE PROBABLY SOLD THE HOME. OF SOMEONE YOU
KNOW — SOMEONE WHO FOUND OUT, AS YOU WILL,
THAT IT'S A PROFITABLE PLEASURE TO
SELL THROUGH US.

GABRIEL KATZKA has signed
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Hyman at Warner-Seven Arts
"Roman Joy," based on the novel
by Edward Stephens and a screen-
play by Joyce Geller, the latter a

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graduate from the USC cinema

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32—Friday, December 20, 1968

Call 933-8478

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