Independent from Long Beach, California on February 13, 1958 · Page 22
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J ag , B-8--INDEPENDENT lettf M«h, Mil.. Own., Ft*. 13, 1US IjJstinov Sees Space Age Return to llth Century By HAL BOYLE ' NEW YORK UH--Playwright the United States and Soviet Peter Ustinov is a man with no deiire. to put his plastic mind inside; a plastic helmet ,"1" am convinced that in opening, up the space age we will ·' take ourselves mentally back to the llth and 12th centuries," said the author and star Russia. "It is only the Jack of space that has forced man to become as civilized as he is. "IF PEOPLE the idea be oc- planets. Why not? "It might be a better, thing If there were an invasion from ^pace against us. That at least would consolidate mankind." · » * * * AT 36 USTINOV, the London-born son of a Russian newspaperman, has become : a literary enfant terrible of two continents. He bears a' pudgy, bearded resemblance' to Anton Chekhov. He talks like a mixture of .Oscar Wilde, Bernard Shaw and H. L. Mencken. As busy as he is unorthodox, Ustinov (he speaks five languages) has written a dozen plays and two revues, acted in ten movies .and produced three. He is also a lecturer, a television star and is currently .turn- THE LYONS DEN there is more space the earliest forms, of colonial- ing-out. a novel. , wars with the natives of other COAST Hi Mt-99 Hi'tit-ii -zxr ^ FINAL PERFORMANCE TONIOHT IOX OFFICE OPENS t P. M. NOW PLAYING Boit. MiteiHM -- INDI TONIOHT -- ' "THE »AMI OP LOVE "NAN" I* Color STARTS TOMORROW .SILVANA MANGAtiO SOPHIA LOREN VITTORIO DE S1CA IPLUS CO-HIT _ PLUS acorn HIT -ALASTAIR SIM--IN HIS MOST IRRESISTIBLY HILARIOUS ROLE! "THE GREEN MAN" Forester Worft Pose 'Nude By UCONAKD LYONS C. S. Forester, .the British novelist .famed for his sea stories and; as the creator of the Capt.' Hornblower tales, was at the Savoy' Hotel in London're- cently, being photographed by a press cameraman. The-, photographer, asked him to remove his spectacles. '.'Never," replied the author. "More people have seen me without my trousers than without my spectacles.", Cyd Gordon of the ; Falmouth Playhouse and Robert" Whitehead will coproduce a stage adaptation, of "Let George Do It." the best-selling novel by Gov. Furcolo of Massachusetts The adaptation will be written by Henry'.Denker, co-author of "Time Limit."' . .".The American. Newspaperwomen's Club will sponsor'the opening of the National Wax Museum in Washington,'March 15. . J a m e s .Jones, : author .of "From Here .to Eternity" and the new "Some Came Running,' sat'in the Little-Club the other night with Edward ' Chodorov, the playwright. They discussec "Some. Came Running," and Chodorov said: "There's so little time for reading.. But 1 read your 1,300-page novel. It proves I'm a friend." . ... "Didn't'0 prove I'm your friend," replied lending you the "by book?" . ' . * * · * /etes Twill direct a'movie, "The Hot Sun,"'in the Virgin Islands his summer. It will star, Sidney Poitier. . Norman K. Winston,-the government's special adviser on in- :ernational trade fairs, is- in Moscow for-the proposed Amer- can' Fair 'in Gorki Park next August. . . . At Richard Tuck- of "Tosca" Opera, the JONES' NEW NOVEL, "The Pistol," was written as an experiment. "It-- doesn't have 8 single dangling participle in it,' he said. "This has nothing ,to do with the reviews on 'Some Came Running.' It was finished before those reviews came out It's a' consciously sympolic novel. . I tried, by using good grammar, to show people less alive. When I want to write live people I'll use bad grammar." Before the curtain-rise a "Winesburg, Ohio" Dorothy Me Guire received a unique, gif from Frances Starr: It was the IMPERIAL ^ 317 L OCEAN BLVD. I PHONE HE. K'M73 ENDS TONIGHT KIRK DOUGLAS -- In "PATHS OF GLORY" »ii» "Girl in Block Stockings" OPEN NOON -- CONTINUOUS STARTS TOMORROW .el* ''She iis a thing of mobile contours--a phenomenon you have to see to believe!" "liiis picture displays Miss Bardot to the full limit of the law, if not a few inches beyond!" "You've ;« "... a strawberry never seen r »f f blonde bundle of anything likew J curves-and nerves -- 9O minutes of uninhibited sex!" DOBOTHY McGUIBE Universal. Gift 'aris, is discussing plans for. a Urn comeback.... John Cassa- I relatives. "I never had a Broad way hit because I never had such relatives with split personalities;" said Harry Kurniti, the playwright "My father would have" been schizophrenic --but there never was room enough for two at the handles of his'pushcart.". · " · Georges 'Roualt, the 87-year- old painter, is critically ill in Paris. -. . . "Middle of the Night" will.be filmed in N: Y next'winter, instead of in the spring, because so' many of th'i I: scenes call, for snow shots. . .. Moss Hart, director of "My Fal: Lady,!' is' the director of. thi "Swifty Is Fifty" birthday par ty for I. P. (Swifty) Lazar, thi fabulous literary agent. Lerhe Loewe, who wrote "My Fal Lady," and Comden Green authors of "Bells Are Ringing, are writing the songs for th party. Hart, Lindsay Cro'us and George Axelrod, author o 'Seven Year Itch," are- doin IICONB nATIMI-- 10TH.THIATRU OREGON PASSAGE CINIMAKOH . tfttr ky De Luxe er's performance vith the vVienna singers sang in Italian when ·hey sang with Tucker, and reverted to German when he was off stage. the sketches. · · » , ; * · * JEAN COClEAtT is cam paigningi against the use o cliches. One of his friends said "You're making too much of to-do about cliches. You'r creating, a storm in a teacup . . . "You mean," said Cpcteau "it's all: a duel in an egg'." "Sunrise at Camppbello" 1 filling orders'beyond next. Nev Year's Eve. 'engagement .. After her Cop here, Peggy Le THIS EH9AOIMENT ONLY AT WVOll ft TOWNE^ALL KIDS SOc FIRST LONG BEACH SHOWING IN 3 THEATRES RIVOU ·· Ml 4-1207 MOKM Mr FIFTH TOWNE · 0*1-1311 ·IMTICMlMAlkMlr. 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Feminine admirers on' the studio lot described Presley as 'quite handsome" in his new, short haircut which still was longer than a military cut by -2ND PEATURI AT ALL J THEATRES" AMBUSH AT CIMARRON PASS 1 : EBELL and CABABT OPEN FBI., SAL, SUN. PACIFIC DRIVE-IN THEATRES NOW SHOWING 2ND SMASH WEEK!^ T«UUM OF IQUtt LIFETIME! .-_ MATUtl opening night of Deanna-Durbin, wh Presley, 23-year-old idol of the retirement, near , rock and roll addicts, disclosed for Army barbers by having had his lengthy locks shorn to a more military length. The Presley trademark of long sideburns were cropped t6 a more boyish length. MIRTHQUAKE OF THE YEAR!" I doubt if I'll ever go back Presley said on the set of a studio where he is making his last movie before entering the Army. ' ·' · . 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