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October 01, 1982 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-01

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4 Friday, October 1, 1982

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Age Fails to Slow George Burns

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HOLLYWOOD — George
Burns, now 86, will star in
the Warner Bros. remake of
the 1956 Alec Guinness
movie, "The Lady Killers."
He will also appear this fall
on CBS in a two-hour con-
temporary drama, "Two of a
Kind" and in "George Burns
and Other Sex Symbols," a
one-hour special for NBC,
with Linda Evans and Ber-
nadette Peters at his side.
The eternally young man
plans to continue his con-
certs and personal appear-
ances with engagements
throughout October and
November in Florida, San
Francisco and Atlantic
City. The tour follows the
release of his latest album,
"Young at Heart," featuring
10 songs.
Burns, who was born
Nathan Birnbaum, in New
York City, teamed up with
Grade Allen in the 1920s,
made his debut in motion-
pictures in 1932 in "The Big
Broadcast," actually por-
traying himself in a guest
starring role as he did later
in a number of none-too-
profound screen comedies.
While an established star
in vaudeville, radio and on
television, he only came
into his own in the cinema
after his old friend and col-
league Jack Benny died
and, on the spur of a mo
ment, he took over his role
in the filmization of Neil
Simon's "The Sunshine
Boys."
During the past seven
years he has portrayed key
roles in "Oh, God!," "Oh,
God, Book II," "Sergeant
Pepper's Lonely Hearts
Club Band," "Just You and
Me, Kid," and "Going in
Style."
Burns will be presented
with the Man of the Year
Award, for which he was
chosen by editors and pub-
lishers of U.S. magazines.
Brooke Shields, who co-
starred in "Just You and
Me, Kid," will present him
with the plaque during the
nationally televised U.S.
Magazine awards banquet.
Burns is currently writ-
ing "How to Be 100 — and
More," to be published by
G.P. Putnam.
* * *
MOSHE MIZRAHI, the
Israeli film director who
won Oscar nominations for

the Hebrew-language pic-
tures, "I Love Rosa" and
"The House on Chelouche
Street," and the Academy
award for "Madame
Rosa," the French picture
starring Simone Signoret,
was in Hollywood recently
for the opening of "La Vie
Continue," a soft-spoken
film with Annie Girardot
playing an early middle-
aged housewife who tries to
overcome loneliness after
her husband has died unex-
pectedly.
The picture is a major
work in a minor key, deal-
ing with simple people in
their ordinary surround-
ings. Nothing much hap-
pens throughout, except
that the widowed mother of
three finds the courage to go
on without a man at her
side. Life must go on!
Born in North Africa,
Mizrahi came to Palestine
at the age of 14 to live on a
kibutz. At 17 he joined the
Israeli army and fought in
the war of 1948 for the inde-
pendence of the Jewish
state.
Deeply concerned for the
survival of his people, he
studied the Nazi Holocaust
and now has completed a
screenplay relaying the
grim tale of an escape from
Auschwitz during WWII. As
always in his filmic work,
Mizrahi wants to penetrate



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