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January 07, 1977 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-07

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Friday, January 7, 1977 31

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NBC to Air New Film on Entebbe Action Sunday

BY HERBERT LUFT

(Copyright 1977, JTA, Inc.)

HOLLYWOOD —
Yaphet Kotto, the black
actor portraying the role
of President Idi Amin
Dada in "Raid on En-
tebbe," met with us at
20th Century-Fox
Studios for an interview.
Kotto, who was born in
Harlem, is of direct Afri-
can lineage. His father
was Jewish and came
from the Doualla Came-
roons and Kotto has re-

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mained true to his
religion and heritage.
Though he has never
been to Israel, he is ex-
tremely interested in He-
brew history and dis-
cussed with us the
sources of the Aramaic
language, the common
tongue of the countries of
Asia Minor during the
Roman invasion.
Kotto is proud of his
link with Judaism and
hails the rescue mission
at Entebbe as the
greatest military
achievement of our time.
Aharon Impale, populr
Israeli actor, served as
technicolor advisor on
"Raid on Entebbe" in
addition to portraying a
featured role as Major

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Grut. Irvin Kershner di-
rected the film for pro-
ducer Edgar J. Scherick.
The picture will be pre-
sented on NBC television
Sunday.
The first Entebbe film,
"Victory at Entebbe,"
aired by ABC last month,
was not quite satisfac-
tory. Though brilliant
cameo portrayals were
supplied by an array of
stars, the timing was all-
too-pedestrian and not
enough was shown of the
actual flight over
northeast Africa, the
strategy employed by -the
Israeli commandos and
the attack on the Uganda
airport. The picture, pro-
duced by David Wolper,
was limited by a short
schedule prior to the re-
leasing date which also
necessitated the video-
taping instead of filming
with 35 mm. cameras
which normally reflects a
much richer texture on
the screen.
(In Rome, it was re-
ported that security has
been bolstered in four
movie theaters after
three of them were the
target of arsonists pro.
testing the showing of the
film, "Victory at En-
tebbe." A Palestinian
group claimed responsi-
bility fdr- attempting to
force a boycott of "this
film produced by United
States Zionism." Police
reported the attacks
caused minor damage
and no injuries.)
In Israel, Menahem
Golan is co-producing a
third Entebbe film to be
released to theaters. The
film, "Entebbe: Opera-
tion Thunderbolt," has no
stars.
"The Entebbe opera-
tion is not a Hollywood
story," Golan said. "Hav-
ing stars in it destroys the
illusion."
Golan did ask Uganda's
Idi Amin to play himself in
the film. Amin has not re-

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sponded to the offer. Go-
lan, however, has Israeli
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Rabin playing himself, and
other Israeli officials will
do likewise.
At first, Golan wanted
to use as many of the real
hostages as_ he could. He
found 16 who expressed
willingness to play them-
selves.
"The Memory of Jus-
tice," Marcel Ophuls'
monumental, five-hour
motion picture, pre-
miered at the Samuel
Goldwyn Theater of the
Hollywood Academy as a
special benefit for the
Committee for Public--
Justice.
Lillian Hellman was
host and members of the
committee included Paul
Newman, Leonard Berns-
tein and Neil Simon. The
picture explores "the un-
bewaeltigte V er-
gangeheit" (the uncon-
quered past) of the Ger-
mans dealing with crimes
against humanity commit-
ted in peace and war and
culminating in the first
trials at Nuremberg of
1945 and 1946.
"Lupo goes to New
York," the Israeli pic-
ture starring. Yehuda
Barkan which has its U.S.
premiere at the Lincoln
Village Theater in
Chicago in mid-February,
is the first Hebrew screen
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Shimon Israeli and Boaz
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