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January 20, 1984 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-20

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44 Friday, January 20, 1984

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and shot more than 365,000 the armored columns of
feet of motion picture nega- General Patton's army.
Jack E. Eisner, who tives.
"Getting Americans to play
filmed "The Children's
While it was com- World War II soldiers was
War" for Stafford Prod- paratively easier to round a bit easier. In Cracow,
uctions on actual locations up tanks and equipment for there is a medical school
in Poland, Hungary and filming in Hungary where with 200 U.S. • students,"
Germany, was in Los the nightly raids and final Eisner said.
The transfer of foreign
Angeles recently to discuss battle of the Warsaw Ghetto
release plans with several were photographed, it was currency was difficult both
studios.
quite difficult to find a simi- in Hungary and Poland,
Eisner and film director lar cooperation in Poland. "I especially in the latter
Moshe Mizrahi recreated knew that the government where there are numerous
the extermination camps of in Warsaw wasn't going to money restrictions. The
Auschwitz and Birkenau on allow me to bring in U.S. crew and cast from the
the actual site during shoot- Army vehicles, so I began to United States had to turn
ing in Poland early in Oc- search around," Eisner said. their U.S. cash over to the
tober. "The government in "I learned that, surpris- production company, either
Warsaw gave approval be-
ingly, a number of Poles for exchange or to hold until
cause they realized that the secretly kept jeeps, armored leaving.
story is as close to the his- personnel carriers and
torical and ethical truth as trucks discarded by the
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Returning to Auschwitz We came up with 20 ve-
and recreating the horror of hicles." At night, Eisner
the camp where he was a
said he had his crew re-
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prisoner at the age of 16 was
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a nightmarish experience
American stars to simulate I WITH ALL COMPLETE DINNERS I
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FRI. & SAT. 11 to 11
even Moshe Mizrahi,
!SUN & HOLIDAYS 12 noon to 101
al Disks, etc., etc., etc.)
normally a calm and ut- \Viiromp
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In addition to the mental
7 DAYS A WEEK
DINNER SPECIALS
MON - FRI 1 am-11 am, SAT ii SUN 1 am-2 pm
strain, the problem of logis-
11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
From 1.15 to 2.95
tic of making a film of $9
million on locations in
2 EGGS,
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FROM $2.95
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AND
many 'seems almost insur-
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COFFEE
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SOUP, YES., COFFEE OR TEA OR I SOFT
DRINK OR I NOT CHOCOLITI AND DESSERT
$1.25
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days of principal photog-
raphy, Eisner said, the
company used 20,000 extra
players, 600 stunt people

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De Luca

Court Clears
Palestinian in
Sartawi Murder

ALBUFZIRA, Portugal
— A Portuguese court has
found a Palestinian radical
not guilty of murdering
Palestine Liberation
Organization moderate
Issam Sartawi here - last
spring.
Mohammed Hussein
Rashid, 23, was cleared in
the shooting of Sartawi dur-
ing a Socialist International
conference last April, but
received a three-year prison
sentence for using a forged
passport to gain entrance to
the country. Before the trial
Rashid had confessed to kil-
ling the PLO leader. How-
ever, in court, he said he had
acted only as a decoy to
draw attention from the kil-
ler.

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