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December 28, 1979 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-12-28

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Dustin Hoffman Lauded
for 'Kramer vs. Kramer' Role

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discussed with the foreign
press his current motion
picture, "Kramer vs.
Kramer." Written and di-
rected by Robert Benton
(from a novel by Avery
Corman), the film shuns
sentimentality and the
classification of a tear
jerker.
An intimate account in a
contemporary setting,
"Kramer vs. Kramer" de-
picts the relationship be-
tween husband-and wife,
father and son, with a mere
ripple of outer tension.
Ted Kramer is an average
New Yorker who bglieves
that his wife would be satis-
fied when he spends most of
his time in the office to get
ahead in life. He has misun-
derstood the human ele-
ment that his spouse also
may seek fulfillment.
So she leaves him and
their son without warn-
ing after a lifetime of
being somebody's daugh-
ter, wife or mother. No
one has dared before to
present on the screen a
woman who walks out
and willingly leaves her
small child with the hus-
band.
Hoffman renders his
finest performance since
"The Graduate" for which
he received his first honor
from the Hollywood Foreign
Press in January 1968 at
which time I presented him
with the association's Gol-
den Globe Award.

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will portray the title role in
the forthcoming filmization
of Isaac Bashevis Singer's
"Yentl" (a play which pre-
miered in Hollywood earlier
this year). She also makes
her directorial debut in the
Warner Bros. release. Pro-
ducer Jon Peters told this
column that Ted Allan
(award-winning author of
"Lies My Father Told Me")
is writing the screenplay
with the team of Alan and
Marilyn Bergman con-
tributing the lyrics to a
number of new songs.
LEE ANTHONY, fea-
tured in the forthcoming
motion picture, "Border-
line," is a young man with
special interests in Israel.
President of Arye Imports,
with a jewelry factory in
Haifa, he makes annual
trips to the Jewish state to
visit his family. He is on the
board of directors of the Hol-
lywood Los Feliz Jewish
Community as well as offi-
cer of the Jewish Center
Association of Southern
California. He also has been
involved with the Govern-
ment of Israel Investment
Authority in promoting Is-
raeli products in the west-
ern U.S. Still, he has a
hundred TV credits and has
completed 12 Hollywood
feature films.
PETER SELLERS, co-
starring with Shirley Mac-
Laine, Melvyn Douglas and
Jack Warden, shortly will
be seen in "Being There,"
the first time in 17 years

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HENRY WINKLER

stars in "Pursuit," based on
the novel "Free Fall" by J.R.
Reed loosely dealing with
the factual case of one B.D.
Cooper, a hijacker who
parachuted from a North-
west Orient airliner seven
years ago with several
hundred thousand dollars
in ransom — never to be
heard of or seen again. •
GOLDIE HAWN finally
caught up with her Jerish-
ness — on the screen — get-
ting married in a Los
Angeles synagogue in a
scene from Warner Bros.
comedy, "Private Benja-
min" with Albert Brooks as
the bridegroom and co-star.
RAY STARK is produc-
ing the filmic version of the
hit musical "Annie," on
Broadway presented by
Mike Nichols. Columbia
Pictures paid the record
sum of $9 million for the sc-
reen rights.

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Opening the program will
be a puppet performance of
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del Puppets.
The program is sponsored
by the Arts and Cultural
Commission of Oak Park.
Tickets may be purchased
at the Oak Park Library or
at the door. For informa-
tion, call the library, LI
8-7230.

Russian Pianist
in DSO Concerts

Russian pianist Oxana

Yablonskaya will appear in
concert with the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra 8:30
p.m. Thursday, 10:45 a.m.
Jan. 4 and 8:30 p.m. Jan. 5
at Ford Auditorium. Her-
bert Blomstedt will be on
the podium.
Tickets are available at
the Ford Auditorium box
office.

Antique Show

The Glen Oaks Country
Club will hold an antique
show noon-9 p.m. Jan. 12
and noon-6 p.m. Jan. 13 at
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