All Mine to Give 121857

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All Mine to Give 121857 - Fortitude, Survival Flock of Talented Juveniles...
Fortitude, Survival Flock of Talented Juveniles The Salt Lakg Tribune, Wednesday, December 18, 1957 Hollywood's prover- wl idealistic "accent 'on youth' seems to be getting literal Interpretation g Six talented juvenile performers have top parts in "All Mine To Give" announced as « family saga starring Glynis Johns, Cameron Mitchell, Rex Thompson and Patty McCormack. It opens Wednesday at the Centre Theater. The widely read true story by Dale Eunson, published twice in a national magazine under the title, "The Day iney Gave Babies Away" deals with human fortitude and survival on the Wisconsin frontier a century ago. 'Clan' Founder . Eunson's grandfather, a Scottish immigrant, inspired the drama, not only as a pioneering settler but by establishing the Eunson clan in America with six children. How the youngsters were «rphaned, as described in the •tory, has become a classic Item of Wisconsin folklore. Rex Thompson, 12-year-old actor who received acclaim for his performance in "The Eddie Duchin Story" and on the stage in "The. King and I," portrays young Robbie Eunson in the picture. young Notables Patty McCormack, remarkable little actress famed for her success in "The Bad Seed/' portrays the eldest Eunson daughter. Other young notables seen as the Eunson children are Steve Wooten, Butch Bernard, Yolanda White and'diminutive Terry Ann Ross. 'Notorious Landlady' HOLLYWOOD — Jack Lemmon and Victoria Shaw will team for the first time in "The Notorious Landlady," with Lemmon as a young American Embassy official newly arrived in London and Miss Shaw in the title role as the English girl from whom he rents an apartment, and whose husband has disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Cameron six child Mitchell sets an assist from Butch Bernard, one of stars In "Ail Mine to Give," opening at Centre. I^ewis Coming To Capitol As Sad Sack It had to happen. "The Sad Sack," Worid War II cartoon character that so uproariously pictured, the misadventures of the typical Army misfit, has been transferred to the screen in the person of Jerry Lewis, the comic for whom the fumbling GI of Yank magazine could have been invented. Brought to life in one of the major £lms this year, the world-famed figure of desperation and ineptitude will be joined in trouble and travail by co-stars David Wayne, Phyllis Kirk, Peter Lorre, Joe Mantell and Gene Evans, and by a large supporting cast headed by George Dolenz, Liliane Montevecchi, Shepperd Strudwick, Abraham Sofaer and Mary Treen. Opening Wednesday at the Capitol Theater, "The Sad Sack" will put GI Jerry and

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 18 Dec 1957, Wed,
  3. Page 54

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