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September 19, 1975 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-09-19

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26 Friday, September 19, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Milton Berle Will Appear in Film as Starmaker Lasky

By HERBERT LUFT

(Copyright 1975, JTA, Inc.)

HOLLYWOOD — Milton
Berle portrays Jesse L.
Lasky, the showman who
together with Samuel Gold-
wyn and Cecil B. DeMille
put Hollywood on the map

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in 1913, in the biographical
film of "Valentino," one of
the 80 stars brought to fame
and fortune by Lasky who
himself died a broken and
financially ruined man a
few years ago.
Others in the two-hour
ABC television picture writ-

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ten and directed by Melville
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Aaron Spelling and Leonard
Goldberg, are Franco Nero
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writer June Mathis; Yvette
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bova who became Valenti-
no's second wife; Judd
Hirsch as motion picture
publicist; and Leslie Warren
as the aspiring actress who
had an ill-fated affair with
Rudolph.
Harold Nebenzal and Rod
Amateau are singled out for
praise by the critics for the
screenplay of "The Wilby
Conspiracy," their very first
joint effort, dealing with the
evils of "apartheid" in hu-
morous terms without ever
compromising with the
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and Michael Caine for prod-
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Helmut Dantine, is a clev-
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cutting through the core of
racial fanaticism.

Nebenzal, associate
producer of "Cabaret," is
the son of Seymour Neben-
zal, New York-born film
producer who made the
most outstanding indepen-
dent motion pictures in
pre-Hitler Berlin under
his "Nero" label such as
"Western Front 1918,"
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"Threepenny Opera,"
"M," "The Last Will of
Dr. MabuSe." An ardent
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France when Hitler rose to
power. Among the films he
produced in Paris is the
classical picture "May-
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Hasidic Festival
Due in Detroit

Boyer and Danielle Dar-
rieux.

Max Baer Jr., son of the
famous prize-fighter, who
became a successful film
producer with his very first
movie, has now gone into
high-budgeted pictures to be
financed and released by
Warner Bros. His current,
"Ode To Billy Joe," went
before the cameras on loca-
tion in Mississippi early in
August with Robby Benson
and Glynnis O'Connor un-
der Baer's direction. "Ode
To Billy Joe" is inspired by a
song made famous by Bob-
bie Gentry, who also will
chant it for the motion pic-
ture.
The original script for the
romantic drama was writ-
ten by Herman Raucher,
author of "Summer of '42."
Elliott Gould and James
Caan portray two reluctant
safecrackers in the Mark
Rydell film, "Harry and
Walter Go to New York," a
turn-of-the-century esca-
pade by Robert Kaufman
and John Byrum, with Don
Devlin and Harry Gittes as
the producers. Michael
Caine appears as a seasoned
New York bankrobber who
gives the pair of newcomers,
a couple of vaudevillians
from the sticks, the idea of
making money the easy
way.

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The 1975 Israeli Hasidic
Festival will be held Oct. 21
at Ford Auditorium.
The festival originated in
1969 as a contest for the
best music set to biblical
verses, and ever since, com-
posers from around the TV Personality
world enter their works in to Speak Here
spirited competition.
Dick Shawn, TV and
For ticket information,
call the concert office, movie personality, will ap-
354-1810. The festival is not pear 11 a.m. Wednesday at
associated with the annual Detroit Town Hall in the
Hasidic Happening to be Fisher Theater.
held in November at Ford
Tickets are available at
Auditorium, which is spon- the door. For information,
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Center.
871-0094.

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Art Institute Plans
Bach, Chopin Music

Cellist Jerome Jelinek
and pianist Joseph Gurt will
perform music of Bach and
Chopin at this Sunday's
"Brunch With Bach" at the
Detroit Institute of Arts.
Performances, which in-
clude brunch, will be held
9:30 a.m., 10:45 a.m. and
noon in the museum's
Kresge Court.
Tickets are available by
advance reservations only.
For information, call the
Art Institute ticket office,
832-2731.

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