The Miami News from Miami, Florida on March 28, 1958 · 20
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The Miami News from Miami, Florida · 20

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Friday, March 28, 1958
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SB THE MIAMI KEVS, Shcilah 1 ' - 1 HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Msnh 28 - Mitzi Gaynor will be singing with Gary Crosby and Pat Boon in Jerry Wald'i "Mardi Gran," 1o start in mid-May. Young Crosby will be out of (he Army then and intends to make movies his career. . . . With ol' faithful Mac Krim taking off for an indefinite stay in Japan, Kim Novak is preparing for the return visit next month of Dr. Ernest Wyndor of New York. "I like him." ad- mits Kim . . . Jack Benny has signed Gisele MacKenzie to appear with him at the Flamingo in June. After which, Gisele and husband Bob Shuttleworlh honeymoon in Europe. PatU Page cut a new Mercury record while on her three-day visit here to husband Charlie O'Curran . . . Hermione Gingold who plays a witch in "Bell, Book and Candle," goes to London sometime this summer to play another witch, in her own play, "Abracadabra." . . . Jayne Mansfield sold her bachelor-girl residence to a businessman for $30,000. This is the house with the mosaic of Jayne on the floor of the swimming pool. Rock Hudson, is is announced from Germany, has been voted the most popular actor there in a poll conducted by a film review magazine , . . Jack Carson shed 25 pounds of his starring role in MGM's "Cat On a Hot Tin Roof." Madeleine Sherwood, who plays Jack's wife in "Cat," also has a weight proglem lugging around 10 pounds of foam rubber to make her look eight-months pregnant . . . Bob Stack, who will nortray "John Paul Jones" on the screen, has been offered the same part for a video series by producer John Farrow. Here's a clash in titles. Both Rossano Brazzi and Carlo Ponti have "The Black Orchid" for the name of two different movies. "Mine," Rossano explained, "is the life story of the French boxer, Georges Carpen-tier." The Ponti picture, starring Sophia Loren and Anthdny . Quinn, is finished and quite different in theme. "But," continued Rossano, who bought his book first, "Carlo's co-producer, Marcello Girosi, is a friend of mine; if he insists on keeping (he title, I'll let him have it." That's big of Brazzi. Orson M'e'les' face is not s fat as his bodv. To match them Brigilte Signs Willi Columbia Harry Cohn, president of Columbia Pictures, has announced the signing of a multi-picture deal with the combine headed by Brigitte Bardot, Raoul Levy and Roger Vadim which will give the company the exclusive services of Miss Bardot at least through 1960. Under the terms of the deal, Miss Bardot will be presented in a number of major international productions appearing with co-stars of top caliber. All of the productions provided for in the agreement will be produced by Levy and delivered to Columbia over a three-year period. Miss Bardot, Levy and Vadim comprise the star, producer, and writer - director team that turned out. "And God Created Woman" as well as the soon to be released "The Night Heaven Fell." 'Omnibus' To Offer Drama On Easter The Associated Presi NEW YORK, March 28-Christopher Fry's "The Lady's Not For Burning" will be presented on NBC-TV's "Omnibus" program Easter Sunday. Mary Ure and Christopher Plummer will star in the verse play. OVER h.i.A li 00,000 IS- n I. U.. V Picked Tin mieiy , f ALL (SIRLIE SHOW xtn added UE TEE BED i 1 1 Friday, Mere 28, 1M8 Graham ljltiV HUH V 4 1111 I fill I f O for his "Long, Hot Summer" picture, the make-up man stuffed his cheeks with wadding. So that's why he was sometimes hard to understand! I also understand that Orson refused to return here for more dubbing. Something I didn'i know until U-I press agent Freddie Banker told me: Erich Remarque is adviser to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City on ancient floor coverings. Erich, the author-actor Paulette Goddard married, is an Oriental rug expert. Audie Murphy, with two-picture-a-year contract at Universal, has no idea what plans they have for him, if any. If they don't use him or loan him out, they will still have to pay him. In the meantime, he'll do an outside picture, "Cast A Ing Shadow," for Walter Mir-isch. Actor Cat lion Young started bis "Cans With California Smog" tourist business in November. He is now shipping 5.000 cans a month to all parts of the United States. It's a funny idea. Keith Andes plans a delayed honeymoon trip to London in May with wife Jean, after starring in "Blackburn's Headhunt' ers" in Manila. When first married, the couple intended to visit England where Keith attended Oxford on a scholarship, but the trip was canceled when he went to Broadway to star in "Kiss Me Kale." - Friends are urging Elizabeth Taylor to continue with her acting career. Her studio, MGM, is leaving it up to Liz whether she continues in "Cat On a Hot Tin Roof." Elizabeth had worked in the picture only seven days. It's my hunch she will complete this movie, at least. TICKLING RIP TAYLOR STAR OF COMEDY ALL STAR SHOW BOBBY DUKOFF JO RECORDING STAR. AND HIS ORCHESTRA ANITA BOYER COLUMBIA RECORDING STAR - Tha Rod Smith Trio ic Full Course Dinners mom NO (OVER - NO MINIMUM BE OUR GUEST N.W. 7th St - 27th Ave. all mm FEATURING W DAUU v Fabulous "tjyptiin Hip-Hotist" ') "SCHEHEREZADE" Uy Klnt fjrouk'l Fivnnti , LILLI talLOtltl J, ,f- J, ci4il a. ...4. ' v" 'i BOHBT BARTON Cmtdiin, M.C. No cevr PR 3.311 t msjf rrr i J WORLD FAMOUS FULL COURSE DINNERS from $2.9$ Dinars Club ffis RIB imam mm V ' ' " ' -t s . '-. ir:-'"' JK Milt Xtl' J ilttfuHl 'A ' HWuMl Terror Strikes In 'Jury9 A dramatic moment in "The World Was His Jury" finds Kdmond O'Brien shielding Karin Booth. The film, with Mona Freeman in the cast, is on a double bill with "Going Steady" at the Riviera Theater tomorrow. Sew Shows "The Quiet American" Audie Murphy, Michael Redgrave and Giorga Moll. Bittersweet love slory based on Graham Greene novel about Vietnamese girl who falls in love wilh American. Adventure and intrigue. Florida Theater. ,..hjhiiii iiTW.aiiririniimMMiiiiiiiTiiifiiii nW-iw wum iinniiw mwii mmwl, mm Starring in "Around Show In 60 .mmimMx 11 RO C0VH Mum mK i mm cities ON THE OCEAN AT tVAfiS I Dead Rinoer for J 1 Marilyn Monroe I 1 I'Vfftl5 !WriewB)ijMfwwMiy ta wrwi m 'fwtwf.4wi'fjiMiM ., . , , , J mimmkKmmmixmtsmMmMmnMi ; 'jjr V rfwV C-STRINO CyCM v " H-a V'SKB ? ARTISTS f P7h HTjjfTi mmf llviV'3!! ll htt7ilJ "'' "TOMMY" A.1 tWll.I.llul JT""' I Ff"5'$r3" , If " "t I "t V. y' -. Ni . i 7; it 4 i vV M Flu 'Moors' Mickey Ju Las Vegas Act LAS VEGAS, Nev., March 28 -Mickey Rooney is down with ,ie The pinl-sized acror bowed 011I of his act last night, at the Riviera Hotel, lie'll be back in a few days, a spokesman said. Minutes 2 SHOWS XsrvatNt MARCEL, men B7tH STREET MIAMI BEACH APPEARING NITELY 'TIL I A.M. DAMITA JO AC RECORDING STAR BERG YAUGHN Smash Hit At Th Smdf in Lm Vtqa ROY BRANKER Piano & Bongos NO MINIMUM FREE PARKING leser vat ion rLaxfl 7-3434 voutm MOTEL L0UN6C 1ISCAYNI ILV0. (U.S. ) .1 I2J, Jt. f !; rT i BILL JORDAN and FRANZ LISZT Hirvey Nivir 427 22nd New Play On Broadway Shaw's 'Mellmsclah' Ode To Man's Spirit By JOAN HANAUER that man cannot be more than He has brought parts of it up There are even some scenes NEW YORK, March 28 - child, mentally and emotion- to date, adding a little and in Una necessarily somewhat The version of George Bernard ally, when he reaches three switching around a lot. The re- spotty play of interest to sci- Shaw'i "Back to Methuselah" score and ten. To cope with the suit is a great many references ence fiction fans as they ar that opened on Broadway Wed- complicated civilization he has to what seem current prob- brought into the long-lived fit- nesday night has been shorten- ed, sweetened and updated, but If . ,1111 . 1. tn th. of man. Shaw's belief in the infinite ability of the human mind is contempt for the fumbling de-structiveness of present day man. Tyrone Power, Faye Emerson, Arthur Treacher and Valerie Bettis . take over the major parts in Shaw'i history of the world, beginning in the Garden of Eden and winding up in 31,-9f8 a.d., "as far as thought can reach." Power As Adam Each plays many roles as the play careens through time. r f.. !,.!. rf as Adam brooding about the burden of immortality. He ends up as a future man of some 700 years, yearning for immor- jajjt Shaw theorized back in 1921 1 KIGHTIY 5-85)1 , 5 . . . .1 I I 1 J23 peks TOM GEORGE HOPKIHS M Plui Th Grant Bill Jordan Shaw! 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' I . v V"7 r -A W-wnD rflJ C'4 ' V- i-s,, , I She-v in Florida i PjfAjfo) fS$gftiWf$;kTffi ?: emJi The drama includes much Shaw philosophy, including his conception of the "life force." and his picture of woman, the creator, and man, the destroy er. AmUS OF THE STARS I r, -aft ;7 JWSJ-wff-fc . it,- 1 j. na y in the GAUCHO STEAK HOUSE Prime meats charbroiled es y watch... enjoyed in s superb Argentine setting! For Reservations Phone UN 5-7511 WINNER OF THE HOLIDAY MACAZINE AWARB FOR DISTINCTIVE PININ0, 145 ture. The cast, headed forcefully and enthusiastically by Power, does an excellent job jumping from characterizing, to charac- terization as they race through history. t noi'0 ewouTioM" J ' "ju nun ivm V t JlllK ' CAST OF 40 NEW -2nd EDITION 7 ITARIINO MING AND LING M. 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