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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-05

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32 Friday, August 5, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

One coin in a bottle rat- coins makes no sound.
ties; the bottle filled with
Talmud
Reg.

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HOLLYWOOD—Harry
Rasky, the Canadian pro-
ducer, writer-director of
the documentary feature
"Homage to Chagall," was
at hand at the West Coast
premier of his picture
which is also titled "The
Colors of Love," a term
coined to describe the work
of the Jewish painter.
Though Marc Chagall de-
clares himself a citizen of
France, having lived in St.
Paul de Vence in Provence
for 30 years, after starting
his career in the Paris of
1910, officials of the recent
Cannes Film Festival for
some reason refused to ac-
cept the picture as an entry
this year, Harry Rasky re-
vealed.
On the screen, 90-year-old
Marc Chagall is seen in the
garden of his modest villa
being interviewed by his
second wife who translates
his French into English.
When the camera pans to
the paintings of the master
(there are some ,1,000 can-
vases in the art galleries of
Europe and America), the
voice of actor Joseph Wise-
man replaces his own.
James Mason acts as the
narrator.
"Holocaust" is the title of
a filmed television series of
nine one-hour-long seg-
ments dealing with the fate
of a Jewish family in Hit-
ler's Germany. The epic
yarn spans 10 years and fol-
lows a doctor from Berlin
through deportation to a
Polish ghetto into an exter-
mination center. The drama-
tization is being written by
Gerald Green (of "The Last
Angry Man") dealing-with
the suffering of a people in
an obvious attempt to dupli-
cate the success of
"Roots. NBC who is fi-
nancing the series is tele-
vising while the picture will
be released abroad theatri-
cally.
"The Winds of War," a
massive, panoramic ac-
count of the time and
events preceding America's
into
nto World War H,
from the book by Herman
Wouk (Pulitzer Prize-win-
ning author of "The Caine
Mutiny"), will be presented
by Paramount Television as
a 12-hour epic drama to be
shown over the ABC net-
work during 1979. In agree-
ment with Wouk, the filmic
version will be shown with
limited commercial inter= -
ruptions utilizing only com-
mercials that will not dilute
the dramatic impact o _ f' the
program.
Samuel Goldwyn Jr., only
son of the late co-founder of

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Hollywood, presented the
annual Goldwyn writing
awards this year. There
were 119 entries in the 21st
competition, judged by Gor-
don Davidson (head of the
Mark Taper Forum), David
Brown and Norman Lloyd.
First prize went to Vincent
Gutierrez, a University of
California student, for his
screen play "Ring." Second
place awards were given to
Walter Davis for his play
"Panhandle" and Howard
Delman for his _screenplay
"The Life and Times of Ja-
mile Haftorah."
Liliana Cavani, the Ital-
ian woman director of Joe
Levine's stirring anti-Nazi
picture "The Night Por-
ter," now has completed
"Beyond Good and Evil"
which goes to the roots of
the idea of a German mas-
ter race and the coming of
an elite of Aryan supermen
to rule the world. The film
centers about the late 19th
Century philOspher Frie-
drich Nietzsche (portrayed
by Erland Josephson); it il-
luminates his menage-at-
rois with Lou Andreas Sa-
lome (Dominique Sanda)
and Paul Ree (Robert Pow-
ell of TV's "Jesus of Naza-
reth") that shocked Victo-_
rian society.
Larry Peerce (son of the
famed Metropolitan opera
tenor) directs "The Other

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rated PG

David Steinberg of night-
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