Fin• Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
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• BANQUET FACILITIES
Bet. 6 & 7 Mile Rds.
Now: Open Sunday 11 Noon
7523 W. McNichols Rd.
We specialize in
Luncheon Menu Changes
DANCING & LIVE ENTERTAINME – NT"
3 Biks. W. of Telegraph
928 McNICHOLS (3 blks. W. of Woodward)
SWINGS NIGHTLY 9 to 2 a.m.
to the Fabulous Sounds of the
For Your Dancing & Listening Pleasure
Daily luncheon Specials $1.95
Gourmet Dinners Tues. thru Sun. 6 to 11 p.m.
Sunday Family Buffet 3 to 6 p.m.
for Party &
CHICAGO ROAD HOUSE
Skewered Kai,* Lobster Tail and Filet Mignon
Served with Rice Pilaf
Introductory Price of $4.95
Also—Before & After
The biggest new innovation of the restaurant industry.
Dinner price includes the bonus of a great snack after.
Michigan Avenue just West of Southfield
ALL THE BUTTERMILK
YOU CAN EAT
(Copyright 1971, JTA
• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner
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SAMUELS BROS. CAFETERIA
WO 3-9 1 99
15325 W. II MILE RD.
Jest East of Greenfield
• WOODWARD AVE.
at let Ilk Rd.
• 10001 TELEGRAPH
'ear Plymouth Rd.
That new Sunday Restaurant .. .
must be a good place to eat!
How about bringing Dad in for a
treat on His Day . . . Sunday,
Open every Sunday at 1:00 P.M.
open daily 11:30; Saturday 5:00 P.M.
Every Sunday 1:00 P.M.
appeared in a serious role in the Roberts production of "The Hot
filmization of Vonnegut's "Slaugh- Rock," now before the cameras
HOLLYWOOD — Barbra Streis- terhouse-Five," now again joins in New York for Twentieth Cen-
and will star in Warner Bros. Segal in the Hal Landers-Bobby tury-Fox.
"What's Up, Doc?," thereby re-
placing a film with her ex-husband THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 18,1971-23
Elliott Gould, "A Glimpse of Tig-
er," originally on the schedule of
the same studio. "What's Up
Doc?" is a contemporary all-fam-
ily picture with music to be pro-
GOLD KEY INN
duced and directed by Peter Bog-
FORMERLY WAYNE WALKER'S
John Lodge Xway
danovich, and written by David
Specializing in Steaks, Chops, Etc.
Newman and Robert Benton, au-
thors of "Bonnie and Clyde" and
Luncheons Served 11:00A.M.-2:30 P.M.
the Kirk Douglas movie, "There
DINNERS, AFTER THEATER SNACKS
Was a Crooked Man." Ryan
MON. THRU SAT.
O'Neal, Oscar-nominee for "Love
NOW APPEARING, TUES. THRU SAT.
Story," appears opposite Barbra
Streisand in the romantic lead.
Shooting starts late in July in Chi-
cago and San Francisco, with in-
teriors at the Burbank studio to
* * *
Arthur Schnitzler's "Traumnovel-
le" ("Dream Novelette"), a clas-
sic work by the great Austrian
22110 COOLIDGE (next to Dante's in the Oak Park Shopping Center)
author who was a friend and men-
Start the Day Off Right! We Serve the Best
tor of Theodor Herzl, will be
brought to the screen by Warner
Breakfast in Town!
Bros. with Stanley Kubrick set as
screenwriter, producer and direc-
tor. Kubrick served for the same
6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mon. thru Sat.
studio in the similar triple-capa-
city on "A Clockwork Orange" now
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being completed in London—his
first film since the acclaimed suc-
cess of "2001 Space Odyssey."
"Traumnovelle" is a psychologi-
cal dramatic story of a doctor and
his wife whose love is threatened
by the revelation of their dreams.
IS FAMOUS FOR
The literary work of Arthur Schni-
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tzler was published exclusively by •
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• WHOLE COOKED Bklt
• WHOLE STUFFED WHITE FISH
Samuel Fischer in Berlin (a cou-
• GEFILTE FISH
sin of my mother) and so were
We Serve Fried Matzo All Year!
Complete Line of Sandwich Carry-out i
the books by Thomas Mann whose
• PICKLED FISH
"Death in Venice" Warner Bros.
filmed in Europe last year.
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Open Daily 3 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. — Closed Sunday
Jan Kadar, the Czech-Jewish
film director of "The Shop on Main
Corner Winder, Eastern Market
Street," whose last home-grown
epic, "Adrift," bows in New York
in May, after his very first U.S.
Meet Me At
picture, "The Angel Levine," now
prepares another screen comedy
starring again Zero Mostel (with
New Center's Finest Restaurant
Belefonte and Ida Kaminska in
Steaks • Superb Sea -Fo , "4.c.
"The Lies My Father Told Me,"
Specializing in Hearty,
is an original screenplay by Ted
Taste Appealing Prime Ribs
Allan, with Harry Gulkin produc-
Cocktails and Liquors
ing in Montreal.
Fine Banquet Facilities
Joe Pasternak, the Hungarian-
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born motion picture pioneer, who
started as assistant director in
Hollywood almost half a century
ago, will be 70 this fall. After hav- milmommaiamouisommiorsolons wommisrt
ing produced 105 films, from "Zwei
RIDE THE RAIL. TO YESTERYEAL .
Menschen" (Germany, 1928) to I
"Sweet Ride" (Fox, 1968), he has
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been away from the studios for
two years due to illness. He is now
announcing three forthcoming pic-
tures for the 1971-72 season. "Lala,
She's Only 16," a comedy-drama I
by Ozzie Stemple, will be the first,
budgeted "under a million," to be
followed by "Have a Nice For- I
ever," a yarn about college life
by Marianne Mosner and Bucky I
Searles; plus an unnamed musical I
as his third project. Throughout
Open til 2 a.m. Doily—Fri. & Sat. til 3:30 aim.
Sun. til 1 a.m.
his long career, Pasternak special- I
ized in musical comedies, start-
OUR FAMOUS STEAK SIZZLER
ing with the Deanna Durbin musi- I
Reg. $3.75 . . . Now Only
Served on a sizzling platter with garlic $
cals at Universal and continuing I
toast and choice of baked potato or tossed
with lavish extravaganzas and in-
ternational star names at Metro-
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4286 N. WOODWARD
Ron Leibman, who zoomed to
stardom in his very first film role, I
Between 13 & 14 Mile Rds.
the madcap brother of George
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By HERBERT G. LUFT
24502 W. 7 Mile Rd.
Barbra's New Film, Schnitzler Play Screened
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1560 N. WOODWARI) AVE., BLOOMFIELD HILLS
(just south of Long Lake Rd.)
Old- Tyme Big Sandwiches
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