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July 08, 1977 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-08

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30 Friday, July 8, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

UPSTAIRS
DOWNSTAIRS

NOW APPEARING

MEL
BALL
AND COLOURS

Restaurant

(Formerly Centaur Rinkside)

5600 DRAKE RU.

NOW SERVING
LUNCH

661-4400

MON. THRU SAT.

MON.-THURS., 11:30 a.m. to 12 Mid.
FRI. & SAT., 11:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.

NEW MENUS!

Closed Sundays

in such spots a the Old
Wayne Club and the Van
Dyke Club, he was booked
into the Gold Cup for a
four-week stint...stayed
there five years and then
moved to the Wedgewood
Room...Two years later, he
bought the place.
A candid, friendly man,

Charlie confessed that he al-
most lost his shirt the first
five years he was in busi-
ness...But he managed to

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he Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 29)

TUES. THRU SAT.

AT WALNUT LK. RD.
Just 2 Miles W. of Orchard Lake Rd.

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hold on - and eventually
learned the hard way...A
few years after, he changed

the name to Charlie Cos-
tello's.
The club's capacity was
limited to 85 people and his
staff was a constant 14 per-
sons...Charlie did all the or-
dering himself and he or-
dered the best fresh every-
day...This, he said, was the
toughest thing he had to
learn.
If you were budgeting,
you didn't go to Cos-
tello's...The quality of the
food was high and priced ac-
cordingly...Everything was
cooked to order by a chef
trained in the clssic Eu-
ropean traditions.

ROSE and IRVING GUTTMAN

Invite You To See Why

We Are #1

In The Metropolitan
Detroit Area

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Nee To Great Scott Mkt.

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• BREAKFAST•LUNCH• DINNER • SNACKS

TUES. THRU THURS., 11 a.m.-9 p.m.

FRI., 11 a.m.-12 Mid.
SUN., 9 a.m.-9 p.m.

SAT., 10 a.m.-12 Mid.

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$2.25

HOLLYWOOD—'Una
Giornata Speciale" is the
sarcastic title for an Italian
entry at the recent Cannes
Film Festival lampooning
the period of Fascism. The
story is backgrounded
against the events of 24
hours. "The Great Day,"
May 8,_ 1938 when Hitler,
Goebbels and Hess trium-
phantly arrived in Rome to
cement a military and politi-
cal alliance needed for the
take-over of the European
continent.
Director Ettore Scola,
with cinematic cunning, in-
tegrates newsreel footage
from Hitler's train trip to
the Italian capital, the tu-
multuous mass rally at the
Piazza Venezia with the ec-
static roar or 100,000 voices
shouting "Ave" and "Il
Duce" with a delicately
framed love story involving
Sophia Loren, wife of a Fas-
cist bigshot (John Vernon)
and mother of his six chil-
dren in a one-time affair
with a homosexual (Mar-
cello Mastroianni) who mi-
raculously captures virility
for this 'special day" in
their lives and the lives of
the populace at large.
The Italians are masters
of poking fun -at them-
selves, their political sys-

Having An Affair?

SEE US AT
OLD TIME DELI-

PRIVATE ROOM
FOR SATURDAY
NOON PARTIES

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tem,_philosophy, and family
relationships, and "Una
Giornata Speciale" truly is
a special one among the
memorable films produced
by Carlo Ponti with Ms.
Loren and Mastroianni.

"Gruppenbild mit Dame"
(Group Portrait With
Lady), the West German-
French entry from the
novel by Nobel Prize-win-
ning Heinrich Boell, cuts •
through to the center of the
crimes committed under
the Nazis and once more
raises the question of collec-
tive guilt still haunting the
Germans today.

Romy Schneider is a Ger-
man woman infatuated with
a' much younger Russian
prisoner of war, portrayed
by Brad Dourif who rose to
recognition as the suicidal
youth in "One Flew Over
the Cuckoo's Nest." Ms.
Schneider, recipient of the
West German Film Prize,
received the strongest ova-
tions when appearing at the
Festival Hall in Cannes
after the screening of her
latest picture, not only for
her performance but also
for becoming such • a
staunch anti-Nazi shunning
her homeland and living
permanently in France.
Joseph E. Levine's "A
Bridge Too Far" emerges
on the screen as a mass
spectacle of war's futility,
in its horror and gory de-
tails perhaps the greatest
argument for our endeavors
to create an everlasting
peace.
Richard Attenborough dis-
played extreme talent in
staging the mass scenes
which proved he has nor
shunned his disgust of chau-
vinism so ably projected in
"Oh, What a Lovely War."
But somehow, the all-star I D
casting for "A Bridge Too
Far" defies the realism of
Cornelius Ryan's factual ac-
count, while a similar ap-
proach was fitting to his
earlier, satirical World War
I epic.
Nonetheless, James Caan,

Sean Connery, Anthony Hop-
kins, Hardy _ Kruger, Lau-
rence Olivier and Max-
imilian Schell render believ-
able performances, while
Elliot Gould, Gene Hack-
man and Robert Redford
are wasted in cameo roles,
and Ryan O'Neal is miscast
as General Gavin.

Walter Matthau teams
again with Art Carney (his
pa rtner in "The Odd
Co uple" on Broadway) in
the motion picture, "House
Calls," co-starring with
Glenda Jackson. It is a con-
temporary comedy about a
sexually naive widower who
gets a second change at ro-
mance.

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SAT., 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.
SUN., 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.

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