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March 19, 1982 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-19

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16 Friday, March 19, 1982

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HOLLYWOOD — Re-
uven Bar-Yotam, the sturdy
Hebrew character actor has
appeared in numerous tele-
vision films and feature-
length motion pictures
made in Israel, the United
States and Canada.
He was last seen as
"Father Salamonico," a
modern King Lear, during
the Israeli Film Festival at
the Hollywood Laemmle
Theater.
In the television epic,
"Masada," filmed on loca-
tion in Israel and in the
studios of Universal City,
Bar-Yotam was the cunning
old butcher who at one time
outwitted the enemy.
The actor, who has es-
sayed mostly characters in
the autumn of life, is actu-
ally a vibrant, young man in
his early 40s.
Though Reuven Bar-
Yotam has portrayed
mostly earthy characters
who have their roots in the
soil of his country, he is
highly intellectual, speaks
fluent English, Spanish,
Arabic, Italian and Rus-
sian.
Born in Tel Aviv, - a
second-generation Sabra,
he trained with the
Habima, the National The-
ater of Israel; the Royal
Academy of Dramatic Arts
in London; at the British,

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National Theater under Sir
Laurence Olivier; and at the
Actors Studio in New York.
At the Municipal Theater
in Haifa, he appeared on
and off for almost a quarter
of a century in the reper-
tory in Shakespeare's
"Richard the Third," as
"The Playboy of the West-
ern World," in Bertolt
Brecht's "Mother Courage,"
as Macky in "The Three
Penny Opera," as Joseph K
in Kafka's "The Trial," in
the title role of Ibsen's "The
Master Builder," as the doc-
tor in Chekhov's "Uncle
Yanya," and opposite To-
pol's Petruchio as the ser-
vant in "Taming of the
Shrew."
Bar-Yotam started his
film career in 1961 in the
Italian - British co-
production of Dino De-
Laurentiis' "The Best of
Enemies," a film whose
production we attended by
chance in Eilat and
Beersheba.

For the Israeli screen, he
co-wrote and starred in
"Let's Blow a Million," "The
Persuader" and the two
parts of "Salamonico." In
Menahem Golan's Hebrew -
and - English language ver-
sion's of "Entebbe, ' he was a
concentration camp sur-
vivor among the Jewish
hostages.
He has guest-starred on

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Blues," "Taxi," and co-
starred with Peter Strauss
(after their collaboration in
"Masada") in "A Whale for
the Killing."

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Among the five academy
award nominees for best
picture is the British-made
"Chariots of Fire." Hugh
Hudson, the film's director,
is also a nominee.
"Chariots of Fire" deal:.
with the 1924 Olympics in
Paris and depicts the plight
of Harold Abrahams who
faces the anti-Semitism
then rampant in the col-
leges of England.
Among the five foreign-
language films up for an
Academy Award are two
outspoken, graphic anti-
Nazi pictures, Switzerland's
"The Boat Is Full" and Hun-
gary's "Mephisto." For best
achievement in documen-
tary films, "Genocide," has
been nominated. The pic-
ture deals with the
Holocaust and was pro-
duced by Arnold
Schwartzman and the
Simon Wiesenthal Center.

Kol Yisrael (the Voice of
Israel) broadcasts 600 hours
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radio channels and an over-
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