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September 11, 1981 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-11

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60 Friday, September 11, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Comedienne Radner to Star in New Wilder Film, 'Traces'

By HERBERT G. LUFT
(Copyright 1981, JTA, Inc.)

GILDA RADNER, the
nutty kid currently on the
home screen in reruns of
"Saturday Night," who

made her picture debut as
Gloria Link, daughter of a
future president of the
United States in the fic-
tional "First Family," has
come into her own as Gene

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bia's "Traces," a madcap
comedy now on location in
New York, to be followed by
filming in Boston, Connec-
ticut and Arizona.
The studio stresses the
romantic mystery angle in
the picture produced by
Martin Ransohoff with Sid-
ney Poitier directing and
featuring Richard Widmark
and Kathleen Quinlan.
Henry Rosenbaum and
David Taylor, who also
serve as associate pro-
ducers, wrote the
screenplay.
Satire is nothing new to
Radner who began her pro-
fessional career as part of
the musical revue, "Second
City," with an improvisa-
tional theater unit that was
the alma mater of Mike

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This collection was assembled by many generations of the
Von Levetzow family on their numerous travels to Asia. The
Castle -has been famous since the 15th Century for its
collection of various cultures including these Oriental
Treasures.

FEATURING: A pair of Massive Chinese Imperial Cloisonne
Vases with covers and stands — 47" h. Shibiyama Table
Screen and Jewel Curio Stand as well as !marl, Kutani, Famine,
Canton, Celeclon. and Satsuma Porcelains, Cinnabar. Bronzes,
Silver objects, Extensive Collection of Antique Cloisonne
(Japanese and Chinese), Wood Carvings, Ivories. Wall Decora-
tive items, Swords. Altar Pieces, Enamel, Scrolls, Chinese
Paintings and much more.

Catalogues: $ 1 2 by mail. $ 16 overseas (Post Sale price list
additional $2) $ 10 at the door.

EXHIBITION: September 8- I I from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

TERMS: Cash, check, American Express, Visa and Master Card

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Nichols and Elaine May.
A native Detroiter,
Radner majored in
drama at the University
of Michigan. After ap-
pearing in Toronto with
"Second City," she was

Marriage Group Meets Sunday

An open community • in-
formation night is planned
by the Michigan Chapter,
Jewish Marriage
Encounter, 7:30 p.m. Sun-
day at the main Jewish
Community Center.

Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Wal-
ters and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Viedrah will be the
facilitators for the evening.

For details, call Mr. and
Mrs. Walters, 546-1999.

invited by John Belushi

to workawith him in New
York on the "National
Lampoon Radio Hour,"
both as a writer and per-
former.
In 1975, she became a
regular member of NBC's
"Saturday Night Live," at
the time Lorne Michaels as-
sembled the original cast -
and crew. SubSequently,
she won an Emmy. A con-
tinuing stream of offers for
stage and film roles fol-
lowed.
Radner rapidly became
one of the hottest com-
ediennes on the entertain-
ment scene, transcending
the scope of the tube in 1979
with the Broadway produc-
tion, a soloextravaganza of
"Gilda Radnel' — Live from
New York," that opened at
the Winter Garden Theater-
and won her critical acclaim
as actress, singer, dancer
and satirist.
Mike Nichols filmed the
show "in performance" to
create the movie, "Gilda
Live." The picture was pro-
duced by Michaels, written
by him and Radner, plus the
help of seven other writers.
PAUL MAZURSKY,
one of today's most creative
film makers, serves as pro-
ducer, director-and is co-
author of "Tempest," unre-
lated to the classical play by
Shakespeare. John Cassa-
vetes, Gena Rowlands,
Susan Sarandon, Vittorio
Gassman and Raul Julia
portray the leads.
Mazursky, also an alum-
nus of the improvisational
theater, specifically "The
Second City" revue, made
his directorial debut on the
screen in 1969 with "Bob &
Carol & Ted & Alice."
RICHARD BENJA-
MIN will direct "My Favo-
rite Years," with Peter
O'Toole, Jessica Harper and
screen newcomer Mark
Linn-Baker from Joseph
Papp's New York Shakes-
peare Festival. It is a nos-
talgic comedy by Norman
Steinberg with Michael
Gruskoff producing and Mel
Brooks as executive.
ZALMAN KING is co-
author and executive pro-
ducer of "Endangered Spe-
cies," a contemporary mys-
tery drama to start at MGM
this month under Alan
Rudolph's direction, with
Robert Urich (of TV's
"Vegas") portraying the
lead.

Hospital Benefit
Slated Monday

Reservations are still
being taken for the 1981 De-
troit benefit on behalf of the
National Jewish
Hospital/National Asthma
Center to be held 7 p.m.
Monday at the Detroit Plaza
Hotel.
David
K.
Easlick,
president of Michigan Bell
Telephone Co., will be the
honoree.
For reservations, call •
dinner chairman, Richard
Cummings, 225-1775.

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