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February 06, 1976 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-02-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Earle Mostyn's

NOSHERIE

$3 74

HOME-MADE JEWISH STYLE
HOT HORS D' OEUVRES

per person

sf 50 person

minimum

Brought To You In Chafing Dishes & Complete Set-Up For
• WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAS • SHOWERS
ORDERS ALSO TAKEN FOR HOT MEALS,
• ALL SIMCHAS
COLD CUTS AND DAIRY TRAYS

26052 GREENFIELD (Lincoln Shopping Center)

FOR FURTHER INFO
ASK FOR EARLE OR LENNIE

968-8666

ALL YOU CAN EAT

SATURDAY

WEDNESDAY

' 4 1 1 , 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

2 p.m. to 8 p.m.

FISH FRY
Adults $2 59

CHICKEN FRY
$259
Adults to

Children 10 & Under ° P°

Children 10 8. Under sr

DAILY HOURS: Mon. Thru Thurs., 11 to 10 p.m.
Fri. i Sot., 11 to 11 p.m.

OWNED & OPERATED BY
PAT NOLAN

PAT'S PICKLE PATCH
557-2360

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011e Mt Attic

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IS NOW OPEN

557-1425

• BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

Sun. thru Thurs., 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Fri., 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. • Sat. 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.

SATURDAY

FRIDAY

OUR SPECIALTY

ALL YOU CAN EAT

FRESH FISH & CHIPS BAKED WHITE FISH
$355
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SUNDAY

OUR FAMILY-STYLE
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Served On A Sizzling Platter

Ryan's 'Bridge Too Far'
to Be Levine Spectacular

BY HERBERT G. LUFT

(Copyright 1976, JTA, Inc.)

HOLLYWOOD — Joseph
E. Levine, who resigned
from Avco-Embassy two
years ago to devote himself
to the prrduction of large-
scale independent motion
pictures, was in town to cast
the principal American
roles for his forthcoming
film "A Bridge Too Far"
from the novel by
Ryan.
It deals with an unsuc-
cessful parachute attack of
Allied forces at Arnhem
during World War II. Wil-
liam Goldman has written
the screenplay. Levine told
this columnist that he put a
price tag of $20 million on
the spectacular venture, the
largest amount of money
ever spent on one single
motion picture. The budget
for blockbusters in general
has increased considerably
during the last two years
due to our high rate of infla-
tion.
Yet, the budget for "A
Bridge Too Far" is espe-

IN CONCERT

FEB. 20, 21, 22

JERRY
VALE

WARREN WOODS COMMUNITY THEATRE

13400 E. 12 Mile, Warren
Just W. of Schoenherr

Also

• COMIC TONY VALLO
• WARREN WOODS
COMMUNITY HIGH CHOIR

With

JOE MAIN Conducting
The JOHN TRUDELL ORCH.

SHOW TIMES
7:30 & 10:30 Fri. & Sat.
Sun. 58 9

• ALL SEATS RESERVED
• ALL ADVANCE TICKETS ONLY

Fri., Feb. 20 & Sun., Feb. 22.
$8.50 It $10.50
Sat., Feb. 21, $10.50 & $12.50

Tickets at Warren Woods High Box Of-
fice, Metropole International, 15921 E.
8 Mi. or Knight Music Co., Warren, Troy
& Sterling Heights.

TICKET INFORMATION

774-0977

Or

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WED. & THURS., 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

at Maple/1 5 & Pontiac Trail)

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INCLUDES: SALAD BAR, SOUP OR JUICE, HOME-MADE BREAD,
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cially high due to the num-
ber of tanks and airplanes
and a cast of thousands. In
addition, the fees for inter-
nationally recognizable
stars has skyrocketed.
The only two principals
actually set are Britain's
Michael Caine and Scot-
land's Sean Connery.
"Ziemia Objecana" (Land
of Promise) is a Polish-
made film which neither
boasts Jewish artists nor
any relationship to the land
of Israel.
The picture, directed by
Andrzej Wajda, who created
in the aftermath of World
War II "Ashes and Dia-
monds" and "Kanal," the
latter dealing with the Pol-
ish uprising in Warsaw
against the Nazis, now
turns to the city of Lodz at
the turn of the century and
qualifies for inclusion in
this column with his totally
negative aspects of Jewish
life under the czarist re-
gime.
Though Wajda last year
denied that anti-Semitism
was intended and he even
had toned down the ghetto
characteristics of Jewish
money lenders and repulsive
hypocrites inherent in the
novel by Nobel Prize-win-
ning author Wladyslaw
Stanislaw Reymont, on
which the picture is based,
we found the film shocking
for the callous indifference
to human sufferings of the
past 30 years.
After millions of Jews
were murdered by the Ger-
mans with the help of Pol-
ish collaborators in the
1940s, the time should
have passed to depict their
fathers posthumously as
wild-eyed corrupt business
profiteers who exploited
the textile mill workers
together with Polish nobil-
ity and German business-
men.
Factually, this was im-
possible because. there was
no financial merger of this
kind allowed in the Russian
provinces at that time.
Cinematically "Land of
Promise," photographed in
a Rabelaisian mood and
immense epic vistas, reflect-
ing the long days in the vast
factories and the nights or
orgies of the newly-rich
speculators, shows the bril-
liance of Andrzej Wajda's
visual concept in handling
camera set-ups, movements,
staccato cutting and musi-
cal interludes. This makes
the picture even more dan-
gerous as a weapon of Iron
Curtain propaganda!

`As You Like It'
Open at Hilberry




Friday, February
6, 1976 27

Lieut.-Col. David Salis- support. When the Ameri-
bury Franks lived in Mon- cans withdrew, he enlisted
treal, Canada, but when the and left with them. Franks
colonial troops entered his fought with this regiment
city, he gave them financial. until 1777.

MOVIE GUIDE

Americana Complex

BERKLEY

"DOLLAR DAYS"

1, 2, 3, 4

559-2730

Greenfield N. of 9 Mile

THEATERS I\ ONE BUILDING

Wed. mATINEEs

12 Mile-Coolidge
LI 2-0330

ALL

THE 1TEHS-1 Show only
nt I:00— $I

"THE ADVENTURE OF
SHERLOCK HOLMES'
SMARTER BROTHER"
(PG)

"BARRY LYNDON"
(PG)
"LUCKY LADY"
(PG)

"HINDENBURG"
(PG)

ALL SEATS $1.00

SUN. THRU THURS.
NO COUPONS
FRIDAY AND SAT.
COUPONS ACCEPTED WITH
REGULAR ADM. PRICES.

FOR ONE WEEK ONLY

Ruth Gordon In Her Best Picture

HAROLD & MAUDE (PG)

Weekdays Open at 7 p.m.

HAROLD & MAUDE

at 7:35 & 9:20
Sat. open at 7:15

HAROLD & MAUDE at 7:45 & 9:30

Sunday open at 1:45

HAROLD & MAUDE at 2:15-4 p.m.

5:50-7:35 & 9:20

STARTING WED. FEB I I th

Al Pacino in

"DOG DAY AFTERNOON"

FIRST
AMERICAN
TOUR!!

THE USSR
ACROBATIC
TEAM

TUESDAY, FEB. 10
OLYMPIA STADIUM
7:30 pm.

Plus FANTASTIC U.S. TRAMPOLINE CHAMPIONS
and introducing
"SPACEBALL"

Prices: $6.50, $5.50, $4.50

(Children, 12 & under, $2.00 off)

Tickets: Olympia, Olympia Travel (Maple &
Lahser) Birmingham and all Grinnell stores.

Group Arrangements: call 895-7000

by phone 895-7000
by mail, or at all Metro Detroit
Grinnell stores.

Use

MAIL early for the best seats to: U.S.S.R. Acrobats, Olympia
Stadium, 5920 Grand River, Detroit, Michigan 48208. Certified
check or money order ONLY. Enclose a stamped self-addressed
envelope.



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DRY:

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nder will receive
a FREE official
Detroit Red Wings puck.

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William Shakespeare's
"As You Like It" will be pre-
viewed in performances 8:30
p.m. today and Saturday
and will open officially 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at the Hil-
berry Theater.
Tickets are available at
the Hilberry box office,
577-2972, and at Hudson's,
the Wayne State University
bookstore, Highland Park
College and Oakland Uni-
versity ticket service.

Red Wings vs. N.Y. Islandeis

Friday, February 6, 7:30

OLYMPIA

STADIUM

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