The Michigan Daily - Friday, January 6, 1984 -Page 7
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The deteriorating relationship between Police members Stewart Copeland and Sting is said to be the reason the group
has announced a three-year hiatus from recording and touring. The group says it will hold a "goodbye to rock" concert
in Sydney, Australia on March 2nd. After nine yearstogether, the Police say that internalpressure and fatigue of con-
stant touring led them to cancel all pending engagements except the Sydney appearance.
That is the question, Mel
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Charles Durning plays Gestapo of-
ficer 'Colonel Erhardt. Durning can be
congradulated for graduating with
honors from the Colonel Klink (Hogan's
Heroes) "Academy For Becoming An
Easy Espionage Target."
Sasha (James Haake), Bancroft's
gay assistant, pushes the homosexual
movement back 20 years as he ex-
claims (after being forced to wear a
pink triangle on his clothes in the same
fashion as the Jewish Star of David),
"Oh, it's just awful. It clashes with
Even Anne Bancroft couldn't get a
decent role. As Anna Bronski,
Frederick's bored and not-so-devoted
wife, she cheats on him, but doesn't
really cheat on him and, in the end, it's
the audience that feels cheated.
The single biggest problem with To
Be Or Not To Be lies in Brooks' logic for
doing what he calls, "a new presen-
tation of a timeless work." What
Brooks labels "timeless" is a film the
original success of which probably
depended a great deal on timeliness.
Released to a public caught up in the
effort of another world war, yet naive to
the real horrors of a man named Hitler,
the propaganda nature of this film
alone was enough to ensure its success.
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Real life hubby and wife Mel Brooks and Anne Bancroftplay reel life hubby
and wife Frederick and Anna Bronski in To Be or Not To Be,' a tepid and
untimely remake of the 1942 Ernst Lubitsch classic.
Rereleased on a public, completely op-
posed to Nazism and already well
aware of the tragedy it caused, the film
loses its purpose. We don't need to be
reminded of the Holocaust - we could
never forget. And even if that was what
Brooks intended, a comedy is hardly
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