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Tuesday, May 23, 1967
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PAGE 14 BETWEEN THE ACTS 'New Star9 Delivers A TRENE TSU. who plays the second lead in Doris Day's sew film. "Caprice. renewed our faith that Free China will rise once more and fixed our thoughts on the movie scene yesterday. The fair Miss Tsu, born in Shanghai about 23 years ago, was here on behalf of Twentieth Century-Fox. with a message from Hollywood. In the course of lunch at the Stouffer Inn, she happened to mention that studio's forthcoming road show attraction, "Dr. Doolittle," and we suddenly realized that we can tell you now what you can expect In the way of film entertainment at For Reservations Call 635-4468 . . . ffimf: f. C Shchtnerx 'HAWAII' MAXVONSYDOW RICHARD HARRIS All Seats Bo, oil ce open lo 0 MATINEES J P-M- WedneVev. Swurday . Su"l)J r TAnit-a Reservations 8:15 P.M. Call Met nees 1PM. 135-553 Wed., St., Sun. YmepsYQUintotdrwi of speed and spectacle! Starring James Garner, Marie For Reservations Call (35-7359 Tonight it 1:1 5 r.M A Robert Wise Production Starring: steve McQueen Richard ATTFN60ROUGH Richard CRENNA Candke BFRGEN V K oE3 MATINEES 2 P.M. WED., SAT., SUN. Boi Offico Open II A.M. to v P.m. S Tonight in I Sainr, Yves " 1 11 AiS LAST DAY, LOEW'S and SHERMAN Clint Eastwood "FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE" TEQJSEj I I C3HD3C j I HE D II I ; STARTS TOMORROW! FMBSJCMM! BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR THESE DESPERATE CHARACTERS! THEY'RE GUILTY OF MAKING PEOPLE LAUGH TOO MUCH! 5fi Vi w,L "Ko-kom" Knock-Knees' Hons Diner "Bull-Dog" Winters FIRST CITY SHOWING ADDED FEATURE DRIVE-INS ONLY YafeL Color By Corbin Patrick the city's hard ticket houses for the rest of the year. "Dr. Doolittle," starring Rex Harrison, is being heralded as the best family picture since "The Sound of Music," and results just as spectacular are being predicted for it It may be the Christmas attraction at the Lyric, depending on how long and well "Thoroughly Modern Millie" runs. "Millie-is expected to follow "Sand Pebbles" there next month. OUR LATEST word from Steve Barutio, general mana ger of the Greater Indianap olis Amusement Company, is that "The Taming of the Shrew." starrine the P -ns with all due credit to Shakespeare, will succeed "Hawaii" at the Circle this summer. He confidently expects "Camelot" here for the year end holidays. That timeles classic. "Gone With the Wind," will come to the Indiana for the seventh of its innumerable lives at some future date "Grand Prix" opened there only last week, but "GWTW" will be next. You will see it with a difference next trip it has been converted to the new giant 70 mm film size (twice the width of the old 35mm) and stereophonic sound. Meet Irene PRETTY IRENE Tsu's message is that you will meet a more worldly and sophisticated Doris Day in "Caprice," which also stars Richard Harris and which, incidentally, will open June 14 at Loew's, the Sherman, the Greenwood, and the new West Side drive- in, the Tibbs. Irene herself plays a secretary who leads a triple life. "A new star is about to rise on the Hollywood horizon," is the way the studio-ore-nared biography introduces her. Her family escaped to Formosa after the Communists took over the China mainland. Irene was sent to New York, where she attended high school and made her stage rlebut in "The World of Suzie Wong" she was a dancer then. She doesn't think she played Indianapolis on the show's tour, unless it's the same as Minneapolis. But, she recalls, there was a casino across the river in another state which, of course, means that it was Cincinnati. That's the way vn learn geography in show biz. Irene doesn't dance anymore because she injured her knee. She explained that she went home one night and began dancing around the room vA TODAY "SPIKE HEEIS and BLACK NYLONS" ADULT INTMTAINMfNT ciotur Pussycat" JMof ShirieiEotcx SLJChU Also trrtaj dm mm Brides of RlMAnCHU IN COLOR Message au naturel. as recommended in the book. "Sex and the Single Girl." But she had this accident because she didn't take her shoes off. ACCIDENTS SEEM to happen to Miss Tsu. She was featured in Time Magazine a couple of weeks ago because the bottom half of her bikini slipped when she dived into a pool for a scene in "Caprice." "I didn't know it until I saw the preview ... I was so shocked," she said. Some of the censors were shocked, too. The scene was discreetly edited. Irene had dancing parts in the movie "Flower Drum Song" and "Cleopatra." She likes movies. "Live, audiences always frightened me." She was here just for the afternoon as she must be in New York to appear on Johnny Carson's Tonight show today. But she had time to visit the Speedway the only race she had ever seen was "Grand Prix." From DePauw WE HAVE more news from Twentieth Century-Fox today. Bruce Graham, a DePauw University product whose par ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Graham, live in Indianapolis, has been named head of national newspaper service for that company, with headquarters in New York. "Graham joined the 20th- Fox New York publicity staff one year aeo as writer and has since contributed to cam- oaign planning and special projects of the publicity and advertising departments," the announcement bv Jonas Ro-senfield Jr., Fox vice president and director of advertising, Bruce was manager of ad- Anouilh Play To Open STAR SPECIAL REPORT Cincinnati, O. Cincinnati's Playhouse in the Park announces that actress Irene Dailey will appear as guest artist in the American premiere of Jean Anouilh's latest play, "The Cavern," opening June 5. Miss Dailey created the role of the Mother in the Pul itzer Prize-winning play, "The Subject Was Roses." Recently she received a London award for the best performance of the year in "Tomorrow With Pictures." Miss Dailey was also the recipient of last season's Vernon Rice Award for outstanding Now Showing attjcur NEIGHBORHOOD & SUBURBAN : iRLINQTON Complete Of 1 LAST TIMI Tonite Open 5 in CASSAVETES t out of their w E. 10TH ST. AND ARLINGTON Complete Oil-Street Parking LAST TIMES TONITEI Tenitt Open 5:41, Start 4:00 John CASSAVETES Beverly ADAMS Get out of their way I ... If you can "DEVIL'S ANGELS" udie MURPHY Goon Color 7:29 10:15 Audit MURPHY George SANDERS "TRUNK TO CAIRO" Color 4:00 1:55 UfEft lt Run 'Easy Come, Easy Go' Plus "THE SWINGER" CMERSON -Jr. k PI"T Off-Street Parting LAST TIMES TONITEI Tonito Opm :M, Start 4-.4S Adm. Adults 75c Children 35c Roddy McDowall S marine Pleshetto DISNEY'S . . . "ADVENTURES OF BULLWHIP GRIFFIN" Color 4:45 10:07 Phyllis DILLER Jack E. LEONARD "THE FAT SPY" ft? WED.: Rod TAYLOR "HOTEL" "THE VENETIAN AFFAIR" u TflVlfll ni ' CollHO 201-4044 r IUffH3M.STREET PARKING LAST TIMES TONITEI Tonite Open 7:00, Start 7:15 Variety of excitement end Comedy I Rod TAYLOR Catherine SPAAK Richard "UATtl" In Color CONTE nWIU it .)) Zany "kooky" Broadway Comedy Hitl Jane FONDA Jason ROBARDS Dean JONES "ANY WEDNESDAY" ftr WED.: "Easy Come, Easy Go" V 0QUE at at Celleie 255-2121 OFF-STREET PARKING LAST TIMES TONITEI Tonite Open 7:15, Start 7:30 Look who's making the mode scene! SONNY It CHER George SANDERS "GOOD TIMES" Delightful, Fascinating Adventure! Virginia McKENNA Bill TRAVERS "BORN FREE" Color 7:30 Wm "Trlnl. (" 1" ar RUn tivaa Color WELCOME RACE FANS 5 GO-GO GIRLS 5 Perncll Playt Continuous entertainment from 8 P.M. to 2 A.M. JAM SESSIONS FRI. end SAT. TOWN AND COUNTRY LOUNGE 4451 N. Keystone LI 7-M91 PARKER'S RESTAURANT and LOUNGE 305 N. SHERMAN RpAST BEEF All You Can Ear 32-oi. Sirloin . . 1 8-oz. T-Bone . . . 13-ci. Club Steak 98 .55.00 .52.50 .52.25 Intertainmtnt from 4 P.M. till Midnight THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR - Jr f ft ilTp i? I? IRENE TSU Plays With Doris Day In "Caprice" vertising and promotion for Isaac Stern's Carnegie Hall Corporation, which saved that fine old building from demolition after New York's Philharmonic Hall was built at Lincoln Center. He also has served in the off-Broadway achievement for her performance in "Rooms." Miss Dailey's role in "The Cavern" will be that of the raucous, amoral cook, Marie Jeanne. This play has been acclaimed in Paris and London as Anouilh's most audacious and highly theatrical work to date. The Eden Park company NOW! Exclusive First Showing VERY MUCH WORTH SEEING!' Crist. Worlti Joutntl Tnbun ONE OF TONIGHT 7:30. :30 THE YEAR'S "".- 10 BEST FILMS alout varilM My.T , roohiii Adult entertainment -ewe - Rev. Harrington as seen on Art Linkletter's House Party REV. BOB HARRINGTON Proclaimed Chaplain of Bourbon Street, New Orleans, or Mayor Victor Schira for his work on the gaudy striptease belt In the French Quarter. Appearing In Person Today thru Sun., May 28 7:30 Nitely INDPLS. BAPTIST TEMPLE 2635 South East St. Vt Block South of Garfield Park 8 Acres of Free Parkins All Seats Free Radio and TV Appearances: VYBRI 1500 ko Today thru Frl. 8:15 A.M. and 1:30 to 2)30 P.M. Tuot. WTTV Ch. 4 Wod. 3 P.M i Lonesome Women wed. "Massacre of Pleasure" "Blonde In Bondage" 944 Bar '1ST Go-Go Girls Tucs.-Thurs. 4.7 P.M. aussie y Bar Nit(ly Enjoy lunch at the new Cove while the VEILED BEAUTY pours coffee for you. Everyday 11:30 A.M. to 2 P.M. Where luncheons are Eitraordlnary, Dinner From 6 P.M. to 1 A.M. The New CoVB 4561 West 16th Street 500 Shopping Center 244-6985 ay'awinii urn mil same capacity for Leopold Stokowski's American Symphony Orchestra-which Isler Solomon has guest conducted, and which helped fill the Indianapolis orchestra's strike-thinned ranks when it played Carnegie Hall last November. In 'Park' will be directed in this premiere by Michael Kahn. This season he was nominated for three Vernon Rice Awards. He directed "The Merchant of Venice" at the American Shakespeare Festival Theater, Stratford, Conn. STARTS WED. Nominoted for 4 Academy Awerdi Including BEST ACTRESS OF THE YEAR ' LYNN REDGRAVE Wed. at 7:30 p.m. J FOR MATURE Last "TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD" G. Peck -7:20 p.m. NITE! "THAT TOUCH OF MINK" Doris Doy-9:40 p.m. STARTS TOMORROW 1 Millie tiKl I HL'iL- , iiai warns D0DIE MARSHALL- PAT PRItST- PAT HARRINGTON ALLAN WEISS am ANTHONY LAWRENCE -JOHN RICH-i '0 &M5B TONIGHT ALL YOU CAN EAT Chopped Steak Only $1.55 Dinner includes potatoes, salad, rolls and butter OTHER "ALL YOU CAN EAT" SPECIALS French Fried Shrimp Every Wed. Nite Ham Steak Every Thurs. Nite Deep Sea Scallops Every Fri. Nite Fried Chicken Every Mon. Nite Watch Our Sign for Daily BIG-TOP 16th and Meridian TOPLESS &0-&.P (we ain't got) Our Lovely 4-O-f.O Girls 'nr iluiiccrs ... not nudists! Thi NEW SOUND of tha Escapades , , , Mon., Tues., Wad. THE BID SOUND of tha Sportsman . . . Thur., Frl., Sat. 0 AIIISSIO lM9 Producer Hecht Tells What Makes A Star By REBECCA MOREHOUSE New York (NANA) WHY IS A STAR a star? Is it looks? Is it skill? Is it luck? Hollywood producer Harold Hecht pondered this always tantalizing question the other day, and offered his answer. There's just something inside of you that makes you big," he said. "U comes in all shapes and sizes. Years ago, I ran into Jimmy Cagney. walking all alone on Holywood Boulevard. He said he was out there to do 'Penny Arcade,' and that he'd take the money and go right back to New York. Well, he made the picture and was a star overnight "When I saw Burt Lancaster in 'A Sound Of Hunting on Broadway (in 1945), I knew he had it. I don't know how you could miss it. He was so dominating, so much larger than life. He still is." Hecht's new production, "The Way West." has three larger-than-life-size figures in leading roles Kirk Douglas, Robert Mitchum, and Richard Widmark. It will soon be released by United Artists. "The Way West" is based on A. B. Guthrie Jr.'s Pulitzer Prize novel on the mishaps and Joys of an Oregon-bound wagon train in 1843. HECHT HAD no Indians to fight, no rivers to ford, no gorges to Driage. ami, me Showtime ARLINGTON - "Devil's Angels," it 7:25 and 10:15 p.m. "Trunk To Cairo," it i and 8:55 p.m. CARLYLE - "Good Times." it , I and 10 p.m. CIRCLE - "Hawaii," it 1:15 p.m. EMERSON - "Bullwhli Griffin," at i:45 and 10:05 p.m. "The Fit Spr," it 1:45 p.m. ' ESQUIRE - "Loves Of A Hondo," It 7:30 and 0:30 p.m. GEORGETOWN - "Good Times," at t, 8 and 10 p.m. INDIANA - "Grand Prii," at 8:15 p.m. LOEW'S - "For A Few Dollars More," at 12:10, 2:30, 4:55, 7:15 and 0:40 p.m. LYRIC - "Sand Pebbles," at 8:15 p.m. NORA - "To Kill A Mockingbird," at 7:20 p.m. "Touch Of Mink," at 9:40 p.m. REGENCY I - "Good Times," at t, 8 and 10 p.m. REGENCY II - "Doctor, Coo'ra Got Te Be Kidding," at 6, 7:50 and 9:35 p.m. UPTOWN - "Hotel," at 9:10 p.m. "Any Wednesday," at 7:15 p.m. VOGUE - "Bom Free," at 7:30 p.m. "Good Times," at 9:05 p.m. tPICIAl SMOKING SICTIOHS CANNES FESTIVAL AWARD BEST ACTRESS VANESSA REDGRAVE Wed. at 9:20 p.m. AUDIENCES, Skin-diving-for treasure, adventure and funl J HtV tlV& S t Mil ln& rKttr SKIP WARD FRANK McHUGH n ELSA LANCHESTER Eva Fiatura Q0-Q0 Matlnn Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 3-T CHARGE COIr 3 wagon train's lumbering journey to verdant Oregon was swifter by far than Hecht's from novel to screen. "We bought the book in about 1954 when I was in partnership with Burt Lancaster." he said at luncheon at tfe "21" club. "At that time, we wanted Gary Cooper and Jimmy Stewart for it. Different writers worked on the screenplay. Once, we had Clifford Odets who wrote a 500-page script and gave up. After a while, this kind of picture went completely out of favor. "Six or seven years ago, we dissolved our company. Burt and Jim Hill went one way and I went another. We all wanted to do different things. Finally, the property reverted to me." Are movie-goers still interested in the winning of the West? "I don't know," he said. 'It's not the kind of picture that is modish, but neither is 'A Man For All Seasons. " "We made a good deal of the picture in Oregon, around Eugene and Bend, and it's just a fabulous state, absolutely unblemished. I don't think anybody has discovered Ore- STARTS TOM'W. m showmc 1 LVJ13 STARTS TOM'W. fust cm showm! voua ooiau aocsmc CMI THHtHtS SMOKING PERMITTED FREE PAVEO PARKING frt n U SEE DRIVE IN MOVIE DIRECI0BV fOII C0MPEETC NtOGMM FINAL NIGHT! SA,DRA DEE GEORGE HAMILTON TONIGHT i. 7 50, 9 35 CONT. MT SUN. COEOP. ADULTS SI till 6 FINAL NIGHTI FIRST CITY SHOWING! INDOOR : ' TONIGHT ADULTS 20 Min. N. on Stato Rd. 27 and Jet. 12 CLOSED TONITE OPEN WED. "MURDERERS' RCW" "CAT BALLOU" TSST) 10 Minutas From Downtown Rd. 07 Southwest (Kentucky Ave.) and Tibbs Avonuo CLOSED TONITE OPEN WED. Elvis Presley "Easy Come, Easy Go" Plus "THE SWINGERS" 5 Out lath on Road 1W Wast CLOSED TONITE OPEN WED. "MURDERERS' ROW" "CAT BALLOU" JUST 20 MINUTES FROM CIRCLE South on Madiwn Art. Exprtssway And 4-Lartt U.S. 31 881-3100 FINAL NITE-ALL COLOR Lao Claudia ' Burl MARVIN CARDINALE LANCASTER "THE PROFESSIONALS' Marlon BRANDO Jane FONDA "THE CHASE" UfFli Phim Bob Jonathan mi i cb unac wimtbbc "I ON THE LAM" Plus "BRIDES OF FU MANCHU" A "PRIORITY" Outdoor Theater N. on U.S. 52, Ccr. W. 101th. AX 1-0174 OPEN NITELY 4:10, Adults SI 'Til 7 FIRST CITY SHOWING S"600D TIMES", Bill TRAVERS-Vlrginla McKENNA "BORN FREE" At 0:40 All Color Program Uftlt Yul BRYNNER TRIPLE CROSS' nlli Jauah CaHan "Tha Traiaalan" CLOSED TOHITE-OPEH WED. Elvis Presley "Easy Come. Easy Go" PIUS "FUNERAL IN BERLIN" A "PRIORITY" Outdoor Theater E. on U.S. 40 at Cumberland TW 4-7010 OPEN NIGHTLY :M. Adults $1.00 TONITE ONLY Bill TRAVERS-Vlrginla McKENNA "BORN FREE" ,A,M Richard WIDMARK Richard HARRIS 'THI HEROES OF TELEMARK" 0:50 All Color Program UJtn Elvis Presley 'Franbie And Johnny James Garner "Duel At Diablo" c (I 3 ONE MILE NORTH OF NORA On Westfleld Blvd. Old Road 411 CLOSED TONITE OPEN WED. Elvis Presley "Easy Come, Easy Go" Plus "THE SWINGER" ATTEND YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD FAVORITE DRIVE-IN T j TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1OT FRANK OTTERMAN will appear as a young law student in tho Zionsvillo Off Main Street Players' production of "Someono Waiting," Emlyn Williams' suspense drama June 2, 3, 9 and 10. gon since that first 'wagon train got there. You can find desert, mountains, little streams, big streams, and snow all within 200 miles, and there's a gorge that defies description. The people were very nice to us. "I EXPECTED all kinds of problems with Mitchum, Douglas, and Widmark. But each thought his part was best, and we had no problems at all." MASTER-CRIOJAL! SUPER-SPY! unMITBIIEI MI1U HU Him: cmo. bmsTOPKEiiPuiRSiai RonwSwRSSSR Trevor Hooisxo GERTfRSSE CmudireRuser AND - Via ERvnnER . WITH IWmt SONNY it tutu; & INDOOR TONIGHT c i tn II TILL 6 I.OIO' CONT. MAT. SUN Road 47 and Post Road IND. PREMIERE ENG. ALL COLOR John CASSAVETES Beverly ADAMS "DEVIL'S ANGELS" Aud'e MURPHY George SANDERS . "TRUNK TO CAIRO" . uPfi Elvis Presley 'Easy Come, Easy Go' ft III. pus "THE SWINGER" ( ffiflZE ) A "PRIORITY" Outdoor Theater 2500 N. Shadeland Ph. FL e-1M0 OPEN NITELY 0:10, Adults $1 'Til 1 FIRST CITY SHOWING icTR"600DTIMES'V4W Bill TRAVERS-Vlrginla McKENNA "BORN FREE" At :40 All Color Program . Uttn Yul BRYNNER TRIPLE CROSS' " . Josopti Cotton "Tho Trimplori" IN THE HEART OF INDIANAPOLIS 2M0 N. Sherman Drive 2 SUPER-DUPER PLAYGROUNDS 2 OPEN 4:10 PHONE 545-26M FINAL NITE ALL COLOR First City Showings ' : Clint EASTWOOD'S All New "FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE" ,'2f Win Phyllis Bob Jonathan dillepj unac wiuTiii "I ON THE LAM" Plus "Brides of Fu Manchu" A "PRIORITY" Outdoor Theater 7000 S. U.S. II a: Shelby-ST 4-0022 OPEN NITELY 0:10, Adults $1 'Til 7 FIRST CITY SHOWING cher "GOOD TIMES", t '.2J Bill TRAVERS Virginia McKENNA "BORN FREE" At 0:40 , All Color Program Ufrn Yul BRYNNEP TRIPLE CROSS' nkVa Jataah Callaa "Tha ThmIu. -- ii . i amp i. a World's Largest Drive-In Theater Inside Indpls., 5 Min. From Home jooo southeastern Where 52 Moots 421 ONLY K WITH 70MM 4 Big Features 2 Big Screens EAST SCREEN ENTIRE SHOW IN COLOR Indiana Premiere Engagement John CASSAVETES-Beverly ADAMS "DEVIL'S ANGELS" , Audio MURPHY George SANDERS "TRUNK TO CAIRO" '.L WED E"" Pr,,ler 'E"r Com Eosy Go' Plus "THE SWINGER" WEST SCREEN ENTIRE SHOW IN COLOR Lee MARVIN Burt LANCASTER "THE PROFESSIONALS" ' Warren BEAtty Susanna YORK - ' "KALEIDOSCOPE" . WED. "MURDERERS' ROW" WfoWVl f,At UABEt IV e-i . u.a CLOSED TONITE OPEN WED. Elvis Prtilev "Etv Ccmt, eMy Ot ji PIS rr itCTwcuso: 111 r m, rwncRL H BERLIN"

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