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December 20, 1974 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-20

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Frida Dec. 20, 1974-27
THE DETROIT JEWISH' NEWS


Synopsis of American Film Theater's New Movie Productions r—.

Paris."
It
is
an
accurate
Tevye
in
"Fiddler
on
the
THE SUSSEX . HOUSE
lywood nine years ago with
By HERBERT G. LUFT
transposition by author Eric

(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.)
his screen portrayal of "Sal- Roof," both on the London
Haim Topol, the Israeli lah." He rose to world fame stage, and in the film adap- Blau of his own show, with
actor, was introduced to Hol- with his performance as tation which earned him a a total of 26 chansons and
nomination for an Academy not one word of spoken dia-
logue:
Award.
The quartet of thespians
He now has completed the
Tom'
motion picture, "Galileo," consists of Elly Stone, Mort
7 ° •' *-4 0-*
Of dr
written by the German poet- Shuman, Joe Masiell from the
• `rotten
dramatist Bertold Brecht original Broadway • produc-
91417'
$17.50 per person
$22.50 per person
fr
who fled Nazi oppression to tion and Flemish author-
work
during World War II composer Jacques Brel in-
NeW-YeafsGEve
tonating his own songs and
in America.
"Galileo" tells the story of blending into the ensemble.
JEAN GENET'S contro-
a 17th Century Italian as-
INCLUDES: COVER CHARGE, ENTERTAINMENT,
FAVORS, AND A DELUXE DINNER
tronomer who dared to re- versial drama "The Maids"
Prepaid Reservations Required 965-0200 American Express Honored
verse contemporary scientific has been chosen by Landau
thought and ecclesiastic dog- as the third. play of the
P.S. Can't make the Party? Don't forget our famous New Year's Day Brunch
P.P.S. Have your annual Holiday Office Luncheon here too!
ma by proving that the sun, American Film Theater sea-
not
our earth, is the center of son. Based by Genet on the
hotel Pontchartrain -
factual account of crimes
'the universe.
By doing so, Galileo Galilei committed by the Papin sis-
seemingly defied the Bible ters, it is a chilling study of
and confronted the authority evil and corruption. •
"The Maids" depicts a les-
of the Catholic church. In the
The magic moment this New Year's Eve,
bian
love-hate relationship
eyes
of
Brecht,
the
non-con-
join us for dinner or a party
formist and revolutionary, between two servants and
Galileo finally betrayed both their mistress. The current
Dinner —
science and society by recant- motion_ picture version was
Seatings at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. ing • under threat of torture produced in Britain with
Christopher Miles directing a
and execution.
Partytime —
Ely Landau selected "Gali- trio of England's foremost,
From 10:30 p.m. to ?
leo" as the first work to be actresses; two - time Oscar
produced for the screen with- winner Glenda Jackson, Su-
Includes:
in the second season of sub- sannah York and Vivien
• Champagne
scription plays for his Amer- Merchant.
• Buffet — hot and cold hors d' oeuvres
The fourth filmization of
ican Film Theater. Joseph
• Dance band
LOO
per person
g ,
Losey also directs the motion famous plays, "The Man in
• Hats, favors, etc.
picture version with Sir John the Glass Booth" is from the
Gielgud, Colin Blakely, Geor- play by Robert Shaw, with
gia Brown, Margaret Leigh- a screen-play by Edward
ton, Michael Londsdale and Anhalt. The picture stars
Edward Fox (of "Day of the Maximilian Schell and Lois
Nettleton under the direction
Jackal") joining Topol.
Something Different for New
by Arthur _Hiller (of "Love
The
second
American
Film
Year's Eve. You may form
Theater presentation comes Story" fame).
your own party and rent our
Meanwhile, in London, the
from the popular stage re-
entire cocktail lounge.
vue, "Jacques Brel Is Alive Landau group is finishing a
18100 W. 10 Mile Rd. cor. Southfield Rd.
and . Well and Living in movie based on David
Storey's stage play "In Cele-
bration," starring Alan Bates
and the original British cast
under Lindsay Anderson's di-
rection.
The sixth production for
Landau's American Film
Theater is progressing in the
Republic of South Africa,
the children's tale "Lolipop,"
- Including
with Karen Valentine and
Jose Ferrer portraying the
leads.
This is a joint venture with
Andre Pieterse, the Capetown
film maker who first brought
Israel's "Kazablan" to the
attention of the movie-going
public.

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WASHINGTON — - Several
guests refused to attend a
dinner given by the National
Gallery of Art in honor of an
archeological exhibit spon-
•sored by the Peoples Repub-
lic of China. Chinese authori-
ties refused to allow news-
men from Israel, Taiwan,
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Africa to attend a press pre-
view, which was then can-
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lisher . of the Washington
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Chinese government should
be able to dictate the terms
of access to an art exhibit
in this country."
dlifton Daniel, chief of the
New York Times bureau in
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