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Biltmore Imports , Taste of Honey' Heston- to Star in 'El Cid'; Paramount Buys 'Beach Pad : BY PHILIP K. SCIIEUER "A Taste of Honey," British stage hit, will reach- New York by way of Los Angeles. This coup for the Biltmore was announced yesterday by David Mer- rick, the eastern producer, who was recently In town to book ''Vintage '60" for Manhattan. j Sheila Delaney wrote "A Taste of Honey," which will come here Sept 5 with a notable company headed by Angela Lansbury, Joan. Plowright, Nigel Davenport and Billy Dee Williams. It. will reach Broadway thereafter via easy stages." - Merrick's ' "World . of Suzie Wong" will beat "Honey" into the Bilt- Joan Plowright more by almost a month (Aug. 1). Asserting as "utterly unfounded" the story that he has purchased "Hollywood Rajah," Bosley Qeow . tiler's biography of the late Louis B. Mayer, Dore Schary writes, "I wonder if you would be good enough to please run an item in your column stating that I have never considered buying the book, I have no Intention of buying the book and cannot foresee my ever doing any story in which I was involved. - My thanks, etc." Hesfon Accepts Lead in 'El Cid' Following a conference in New York yesterday, Samuel Bronston wires that he has signed Charlton Heston for the title role in "El Cid," ?& million Tech- , nicolor epic about Spain's Christian hero. The actor stated that he sees in the character one of size and importance comparable to his Ben-Hur. Bronston and Philip Yordan will co-produce the film all over Spain beginning in mid-September, with Anthony Mann ("Cimarron") as director For "her contribution in promoting understanding between the peoples of the United States and Israel," Elana Eden, the star of 'The StQry of Ruth," will receive a Distinguished, Artist Award from the State of Israel Bonds at the Statler-ilton Hotel next Sunday evening. Robert Vaughn, Oscar nominee for his vivid emoting in "The Young Philaelphians," is testing out as St. Francis of Assisi in Plato Skouras' forthcoming production. The life of .Mahatma Gandhi will be cinematized as "Amritsar" by Lloyd Young & Associates, to location In India with interiors in London. Al Daff, former U-I executive, will be in charge of the filming. He has already conferred with Indian government officials on the project. 'Beocfi Pad' Paramount Purchase "The Beach Pad," an original 'by Jack Sher and Irene Kamp, has been bought for Martin Jurow and Richard Shepherd at Paramount and will go before the camera in November, Sher directing. Theme concerns young people -but not beats on holiday. Sher and Miss Kamp collaborated on "Paris Blues"; Sher recently directed "The 3 Worlds of Gulliver" in England. ; . ' - ' Van Heflin will co-star with Ellie Lambetti, Greek wife of author Frederic Wakeman, In the movie of Wakeman's new novel, "The Wastrel." Producers, in Italy, will be Hollywood's Danny Winkler and Lux Films, with, direction by Greece's ace Michael Ca-coyannis, wno helped Wakeman with the, adaptation. Jessica Tandy flew to England yesterday to discuss acting ma new picture for writer Jan de Hartog. He authored her (and husband Hume Cronyn's) hit, "The Fourposter." CAUGHT,..H THE WILD, FRANTIC RAT RACE I if :PRLBRG-SEATOM crsonm?h-8 - ' K& - JACK OAKff KAY UEOf ORDDCN RICKLES I i aaM KWm-IWNTIU'KHTMUICtf-BntM hart tUtmttumtn Ijeeaa lea6em AH .; & . a, a a a Uft.lA "II WW" jryjl.'. mi , $ mm mmt PALMER SYMS - MITCiiELLLEWiS "Conspiracy ova ileal a ' "" yVS. . MWVHIT Kl Cltt u mohte , HM-MI mtmt I II li 1 II I " i 1 'fwnrrs--' iflrrr? . .77TJ . fciiwin i & . ion, . ' -&m . ' i I .. v- r-S k- - 4 I Mnm I omooiu Iwlt ntm mt$m I 0166111 S7 fig ROStXXMiS -VE 4-41 !S1 "THE F2AT RACE" and "CONSPIRACY OF HEARTS" MftALTA a MtnysMiii vi iiiiv nttrt ai v .. .a. ohh show . yyrilmJ , TONIGHT 8:39 1 Baroque Players- Perform Five instrumentalists who are individually known to patrons of chamber concerts, introduced th'emselves a3 an ensemble called the Los An geles Baroque Players at the Club Renaissance Sunday night. The . combination- consisting of Burnett Atkin son, flute; Nathan Ross, violin; Joseph Reilich. viola: Emmet Sargeant, cello, and Carol Rosenstiel, harpsichordis an attractive one and can be counted on to ex plore a rich but neglected segment of the repertory. . ' Unfamiliar and Familiar A taste of what is in store for lovers of music from the baroque era was offered with works by. such unfamiliar, composers as Ailessandro Scarlatti, Joham Phuipp Krieger and . Johahn Adolf i Scheibe. More familiar com posers of the time, such as Couperin and Handel, were represented with unfamiliar pieces, and even Haydn and Johann Christian Bach, though really belonging to the classic rather than the baroque period, found a place on the program because they contributed music suitable to the group. One may question whether all of : the selected works were actually designed for this particular instrumental combination. The suite by Krieger, lor instance, con-i tained technical frills for the flute and the strings that were obviously the product of a modern arrangement Nevertheless, it turned out to be one of the most delightful offerings of the eve- u in cz nun Jitjiirr iiul Liirr iiui r.tL & . might have found reason to rrV ' quibbla. . .. iWj Aj Composer-Critic ' But there were no quib- blers in the audieijce though there was one on the program k in the : person of Scheibe. He was both a composer and the publisher of a critical paper in which he at-i tacked Bach. While - we would not dream of holding this agamst Scheibe we can-l not, as an honest reporter,' suppress the fact that his piece was the weakest on the, 5 The performers played a3 a solid unit. There were no ragged edges to speak of and the musicianship was consistently high. . The balance, too, was exemplary, and individual contributions were uniformly expert. - . . WALTER ARLEN Director. Will . Attend Opening The invitational premiere of . "The Idiot" , tomorrow evening at the Fine Arts Theater brings to an Ameri can a'idience for the first . .. . ... . - gBg flngtUg Omtrf TUES., JUtV2S, ma-Port 1 23 time two youthful Russian stars, Julia Borisova and Yuri Yakovtev. Both are performers of major.importance in the Moscow theater. , Julia and Yuri will appear in person, at the premiere, in addition to Ivan Pyriev, JTTTTmT '1 nnni CALL THeATRt r SR. 2-9261 CR. 4-0411 I vs.. mn iwitnri last day! "THE "JwtkUssm C t 1 I Isi till I "r"". Frea ussfJurray i 'MOUSE and 6AR0EN CO LOU CARTOON S92S Htilywtat llrt M0.4l11lllt.2-12il rrr( mnow times I2:is; )s. soj . 7 39 10 00 1316 W. 5n Viunli. Phon Wf J SM7 MATINEES DAILY WS P.M. EVE& (txc. Stw, P.M.) al I J9 "A WOWC THAT MUST H RECOuHiZtD M CMATI1 txhnut ImiMM NOWI WIUHIHi MMT IA KtA'WL 4211 CM.P.,tM,.n. INVITATIONAL WEST COAST PREMIERS TOMORROW EVENING at 8:30 - Stars - YURI YAKOVLEV JULIA BORISOVA .. 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