\Dallas Stage Ends Season With Comedy D A L L A S -- The Dallas Theater Center has announced the comedy, "The Marriage- Go-Hburid," as the last pro- duction.of the 1984-65 season. It will "play Aug. 20 through Sept." 18" in the Kalita Hum- phrtyS tteater of the center. Paul Baker, the center man- aging'director, has announced as guest artist for "Harriage- Go-poiind", Miss Sigrid Thor, of *Â«Â· Icelandic National Theater. She will play the rote of the Swedish siren in the Leslie Stevens adult comedy which played on Broadway in 1958-60. Miss Thor has played many leading roles In Iceland, which she represented at the Miss Universe contest in 195J. She studied acting for three years at Hollywood's Harmon Actor's Workshop and the Na- tionSl'SSfcadeiny Theater of Ieda$d(" as well as at the DaUgjgfheater Center. At the Actcn-Jr.Workshop she twice receive*- the best actress Preacher Pat Boone Son Antonio EX PR ESS/NEWS -Sunday, Aug. 8, 1965 In Clean-Up Drive More Stars Take Political Stands on Political Issues Â·Â·Â· Rv PRTVR It ART* tu*.irv^. ...in. tu.^ T--i TU__Â«_ Â·Â·.._. . _ . . . .. . _ as Theater Center, which ; : }ust a year ago was awsirde^r.the coveted Special Jury -Prize at the Theater of NatJblgiSi Paris, has also an- nounogy.h p 1 d o v e r perfor- manoes -.Sol the two current popiilar'.productions on its two stages .'-''Mary, Mary," the mostxpSpular comedy of the decide, 1 ;:*which is having a record.Â» breaking summer nm'infffie Kalifa Humphreys theateif, is being extended to run-through Aug. 14. The off- BroattW^ musical, " R i v e r- \v'aid/i~ which has sold out every*jifMornianee to date on the Intimate 70-seat Down Center a Stage, has been extended^ through August. Pftrfo^hiances of "Mary Mary 1 !^ and "The Marriage- Go-Bo12uI" in the KaUta Humphrey^ ; Theater are on Tues- day^tmough Saturday eve- ningsv-aY 8:15 p.m. "Riverwind" plays on the Down Center Stage, in the lower level of the center, Thursday through-Saturday evenings at 8:15 p.m'. and on Sundays at 7:3IT p'.rnT The Sunday performances have been added due to the H?avy ticket demand. TlveTDallas Theater Center will be featured on a national TV program to be produced by the National Educational Television Network. The program, to be released this fall, will" highlight activities of America's outstanding repertory theaters. By EARL WILSON NEW YORK - Pat Boon* allows that he is Â» loos voice howling out against dantdne sex codes . . . that one day recently be heard himself yening back at a TV show which aeemed to be approv- i n g school love affairs. "Why, you idiots!" he was screaming at a woman psychiatrist and an opera star on toe Mike Douglas program from Cleveland. "Shirley" -- Pat's wife -"was fixing her hair," he said. "She said to me, 'will you shut up? They can't hear you!'" But Pat, the onetime Tennessee and Texas ministerial student who still hankers for the pulpit, says he's right. He was cheered -- and startled -- recently when a Vatican paper, without notice, applauded him, a member of the Church of Christ, for being "a gentleman." "It gave me a renewed Incentive for my campaign to try to get some clean and wholesome things on TV and Jn the movies," Pat remarked when I saw him In his hotel suite. He was lighting one of four pipes that were visible, and in the background was the soft singing of tha Righteous Brothers on a record player. Ha was interrupted by a phone call from a friend telling him about forthcoming church services. Going to Church "I might see you at that 10 o'clock service, I probably will . . . " p a t said, as he hung up. "I went to see, 'What's New Pussycat?'" Pat chuckles "Woody Allen was a writer ony my TV show . . . one of his first jobs. You couldn't help but laugh and scream, but why couldn't that same creativity be used toward something ctean? "I've got a TV show I'd ICte to do called 'The Preacher.'" Pat said. "It's about a young minister with a family who moves Into a crowded city and he tries to make reason practical. "He meets up with Junkies and prostitutes and he doesn't always win. Sometimes his wife says, 'Well, better luck tomorrow.'" Pat says he's already tried to get movie or TV series on Dr. Tom DooJey and on David Wilkerson's best-seller "The Cross and me Switch Blade," for which he's bought the movie rights. Producers have a way of eyeing him suspiciously when 1Â» proposes almost any project and demanding, "Is it religious?" Producers Disappear "Well, a little bit, but you see . . . " he drawls and by that time the producer has gone to lunch. "They explain they're look- Ing for something more risque and gimmicky with musical coconuts or talking trees," ha groans. Pat, who's been doing "West Side Story" in West Coast theaters this summer, his first stage effort, to record-breaking audiences, says he's become conscious of boy meets girl all o v e r because his daughter, who's 11, has been engaged three times -- and has three bubble gum rings to prove it -- while daughter Debby came home and said: "Do you know what Tommy and Teni did at recess--they kissed!" Pat says, "I liked tjÂ» old days when the boys said, 'Girls I Who needs them? Love? That's mush.' T h e y got over it eventually . . . but it seems to me they get over it a lot quicker nowadays!" Peck-Loren Film LONDON (AP) - Gregory Peck has arrived in London to star with Sophia Loren in "Arabesque," an adventure comedy movie which will be produced a n d directed by Stanley Donen. Donen's last movie was the highly successful "Charade." By PETER BART 1C) HEW YORK TIMES NEWS 3ERVIC8 HOLLYWOOD, Calif. -- The mounting tensions of the cold war seem to be inducing more and more Hollywood stars to take a stand on political issues. In so doing the stars are rejecting Hollywood's longstanding unwritten rule that performers should maintain strict political neutrality for fear of antagonizing sponsors or pressure groups. Raymond Burr, star of the Perry Mason television show, has visited Viet Nam four times recently and Is now embarking oa a heavy speaking schedule to marshal public support for an intensified war against the Viet Cong. Bob Hope, traditionally a fence-sitter, is so upset over the Viet Nairi situation that he has fired off telegrams to Secretary of State Dean Rusk and angrily harangues friends about the importance of taking a TOOTS militant posture toward world communism. One loag-standing Hollywood celebrity, Ronald Reagan, now is considered a leading candidate for the Republican gubernatorial nomination in California. George Murphy, another veteran Republican, was elected to the senate last fall. Young Stars, Too Several younger TV stars, among them Dan Blocker of "Bonanza" and Robert Vaughn of "The Man from UNCLE," are active campaigners for the Democrats and are even considering running for public office. Vaughn, a liberal Democrat already has had several P R I N C E i,C4in9itt*iy Air condiKo For Malun Adalli Onlyl "VILLA VENNELY, HOME OP COKEMHAaEN CALL GIRLS" Tft4n-fK KotnMf Lllc* Â· DanÂ«[ "IHE SHOULD HAVE STAYED IN BED"-CdH1 Ntxl! "THE UNSATISFIED" I "THE NAUOHTY SHUTTER" f TODAYI LAST DAYI -I. w MARIA FELIX In tor mÂ»U Â«He%,tÂ» roKl Six tat iMn-mcn ' MARIA^FEUX WUOALBdAH. 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"The government has its best minds working on this problem and we must trust their Judgment," he replied to some doubting questioners. Burr advocated a toughened stand in Viet Nam and urged tha government to "throw a shield" around ail the free nations of Southeast Asia. Co HavÂ» A Ball Northporls RollÂ»reodÂ» 313 RÂ»c*tota TA4-6361 Bob Hope, whose most recent telegram to Secretary Rusk urged an Immediate end to United States aid to any nation supplying arms or otherwise dealing with the Viet Cong or its allies and supporters, concedes his concern over his increased activity. "When the public knows what your polities are it makes it harder to make jokes at the expense of both sides," he says. "Suddenly your Jokes are colored." "Besides," he adds, "the sponsors don't like it." 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