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JOYCE HABER A 'Jungle Book' ! for Youngsters That maker of movies for family viewing, the Walt j Disney Studio, will hold a viewing for the entire family J tonight. The world premiere of Disney's "Jungle Book," I taken from the Mowgli tales of Rudyard Kipling, will I bring celebrites and their children to Grauman's Chinese 1 Art Linkletter in profusion. So much so that Art Linkletter will interview-some of the stars' youngsters on a KTTV telecast before the opening, which b e n e f its, appropriately enough, the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Assn. Hollywood Blvd. will be a Disneyland of stars, with live reproductions of the famous animated characters, a marching "safari" band, real animals from the zoos, plus Louis Prima, Sam Butera and his Witnesses. A 5 p.m. screening will enable 1,500 of L.A.'s 'underprivileged children to see the animated feature -even before the celebrity crowd. Among those more fortunate children attending the plater, official debut will be the offspring of the Nick - (Janet Blair) Mayos, the Keith (Vera Miles) Larsens, the Jeffrey (Eva Marie Saint) Haydens, the Alan (Nancy Olson) Livingstons, the Fred (June Haver) MacMur-rays, the Joe (Carol Burnett) Hamiltons, the Sebastian Cabots, James Garners, Buddy Ebsens, Dean Jones, Dick Smothers, Charlton Hestons and Fess Parkers. Even Sterling Holloway, one of the voices over the Disney soundtrack, will be there with his two , godchildren. Album a Winner 1 eat every flowering shrub there is except the gorse; Sometimes I get luxuries like beet-root leaves, of course My life is much the same as that of any English horse: Why should I be a vegetarian? Music and lyric by Leslie Bricusse, interpretation by the greatest living suprapatterers, Anthony Newley and Rex Harrison; no wonder te original cast album of "Doctor Dolittle" is creeping up the charts like English ,ivy. Even though the movie won't be released until just ' before Christmas. The verse above is from "The Vegetarian," and you have only to imagine Rex Harrison, animal doctor, unable to consume meat because "as a matter of principle one must always try to avoid eating one's friends." And fancy the enchantment of the score. Optimists, or should say cynics, are predicting that "Midas Rex may enrich his already ample coffers by close to $1 million from royalties on the record. If so, it suggests that Rex Harrison drives as hard a bargain as Cary Grant, who takes the studio's share of his movies, like1 75 cc, and pays his star's salary to the studio, like 25. "Dolittle," then, should be a rich departure for Rex, who's back to his attractive, debonair self, now filming in Paris. He's chasing women, not animals or vegetables, In a double role in that wild French bedroom farce, "A Flea in Her Ear." Command Performance Bob Hope will appear at the Royal Command Performance in London on Nov. 13. The incomparable Robert is the first entertainer ever to be invited four 'times . . . Told that George Hamilton is starring in a Washington stock company version of "Funny Girl," Bob Newhart quipped, "Why not 'Bye Bye Birdie?'" . . . Phyllis Diller, who's always trying to outdo herself, wore a fur minidress made of 48 black-tipped white fox tails at her Flamingo opening in Las Vegas. Thrifty Diller plans to cut it in half and wear it as a cape when the engagement is over . . . Janet Leigh's a different kind of mannequin. She was taking compliments on her kicky plaid costume for the "One for My Baby" episode of The Danny Thomas Hour, when she proudly confided she'd bought it in the teen-age department at Joseph Magnin . . . Don Ho has a whopping new five-year plan at Duke Kahanamoku's nightclub in Honolulu. He gets $2.5 million in salary, plus a neat percentage of the profits, for 20-week annual appearances . . . Before taping his Nov. 13 television special, Frank Sinatra introduced himself to the NBC studio audience: "Hi, there, I'm Nancy's father" ... A spokesman for Random House claims that folk singer Rod McKuen's book of poetry, "Listen to the Warm," has broken the 30-year verse record formerly held by Walter Benton's "This Is My Beloved." McKuen's book sold 36,000 copies In a week, and is now in its fourth printing, for a total of 95,000 copies in circulation. Makes one wonder what Rod is writing for encores during breaks at the Troubadour, where he opened last night. Head Jazz Bill Duke Ellington, Tony Bennett, Shelly Manne, Marlena Shaw and MC Steve Allen head the jazz bill at Santa Monica Civic Auditorium tonight. The concert benefits the Transport a Child Foundation, which carries more than 300 children to public schools in Los Angeles. Our local program was the model for public busing in Boston, Minneapolis and San Mateo . . . Johnny Carson told his NBC Tonight show audience that the three richest men in or newly out of California are Gene Autry, Howard Hughes and Mayor Yorty's travel agent. 2 SHOWS TODAY-2:00 & 8:30 PM Every Evening at 8:30 "V Mats- Wed. 2 P.M. Sat & Sun. 1:30 &5P.M. 7 BOX OFFICE OPEN DAILY 12 NOON TO. 9 PM UNIVERSAL prcswu JULIE ANDREWS. miluc MARY TYLER MOORE CAROL CHANNING JAMES FOX in ROSS HUNTER'S production of' BEATRICE LILLIE as Mn. Meers Millie Son br HME BtRNSTHN MuKtl Nunbm Star) br ANOK PKEVW . Muiui Sayanm bf JOE IATT0N .WMM RICHMD MOMtl DubcW by 0Gt Of MM. PraduM br OSS HUNTIR A Uaaantl Beam) CO-Stacrirq JOHN CAVIN mo TECHNICOLOR. WARNER HOLLYWOOD THEATRE 6433 Hollywood BtvJ.' Phone; KOllywood 6-521 1 - - .:...;:' VV-1 IlllllilSlilif f'V-v - V v. I ' rf ' pliii - :vi- liilw .x iX -I M! -f. V- " " TODAY'S CALE3NDAR MOVIES LAFF SHOW, Silent Movie Theater. Early comedies. "IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT," various the-ters. Sidney Poitier, Rod Steiger star in murder mystery. "IVAN THE TERRIBLE," Nuart Theater. MATA HARI," Los Feliz Theater. First film in Garbo series. "POINT BLANK," Paramount Theater. Lee Mar vin and Angie Dickinson star In suspense drama. "THE DIRTY DOZEN," various theaters. War story. "THE JUNGLE BOOK Chinese Theater. Walt Disney animated feature. "Charlie the Lonesome Cougar," co-billed. MUSIC DUKE ELLINGTON ORCHESTRA and friends. Transport - a-Child benefit. Santa Monica Civic Autorium, 8:30. OPENING Walt Disney's last full-length animated film 'The Jungle Book," is in its world premiere engagement at Grauman's Chinese Theater, Hollywood. DISNEY CARTOON Continued from First Pago voiced vultures, whose tones emanate from, among others, Chad Stuart of Chad and Jeremy) and Lord Tim Hudson, celebrated local disc jockey. With their eye-shrouding topknots, the singing vul-t u r e s are an ingenious stroke. Bagheera the friendly panther is, quite rightly, the rotund and dignified Sebastian Cabot of Check-mate fame. Kaa, the 'THE JUNGLE BOOK' A Walt Dlsnty presentation. Directed by Wolfgang Reltherman. Directing antlmatorj Milt Kanl, Frank Thomas, Ollle Johnston, John Louns-bery. Story by Larry Clemmons, Ralph Wright, Ken Anderson and Vance Gerry from the "Mowgli" stories by Rudyard Kipling. Music by George Bruns. Songs by Robert B. and Richard M. Sherman and Terry Gilkyson. Featuring the voices of Phil Harris, Sebastian Cabot, Louis Prima, George Sanders, Sterling Holloway, J. Pat O'Malley, Bruce Reitherman, Verna Felton, Clint Howard, Chad Stuart, Lord Tim Hudson, John Abbott, Ben Wright and Darken Carr. whimsical and incompetent python, is the whimsical and competent Sterl-ing Holloway. Shere Khan, the tiger who is the story's resident menace, is the incredibly suave George Sanders, whom the animators have made the tiger resemble in a subtle way. The use of the distinctive human personality to reinforce the animated characterization (which has served Hanna-Barbera notably well, as in Top Cat-Sgt. Bilko) has now, that is, enriched "The Jungle Book," and notably so. Indeed, with such zesty zoo-ish characters running and slithering about, Mowgli the Man-cub is hard put to keep the center of the stage, or the jungle. A curmudgeonly elder could even say that the film gets pretty slow when Mowgli is debating Tow PLAYING JSfft'PjC THRU sMRwfw SATURDAY iTS HOV. 4 Moliere's Comic Masterpiece ATTHF LINDY OPERA HOUSE "Energetic, Intelligent and Endowed with Theatrical Vitality!" POWERS. HOLLYWOOD REPORTER GOOD SEATS NOW AT BOX OFFICE, MAIL I AGENCIES THUKS., FRI., SAT. EVES.: 1:00 ORCHESTRA TICKETS: $4. $3. $1. UNRESERVED BALCONY SEATS: SI.S0 PHONE RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED! PHONE: 657-4380 ti im it ttm m SIDNEY POITIER IN SLfHDESl THREAD M m PARKIN MELROSE it VAN NESS H0.9 3M5 TIFFANY 1534 Sunut Blvd. 652-32t Cont. 8:45 P H. ENDS THURSDAY Richard Harris RED DESERT I JULIET the SPIRITS whether to rejoin the humans. But nobody is likely to mind too much that the magic isn't fully sustained; the best moments have the old Disney inven-t i v e n e s s updated, and Dick and Bob Sherman have come up again with some spritely tunes, particularly Louie Prima's "I Wanna Be Like You." Terry Gilkyson wrote "Bare Necessities," a Phil Harris number and a very good one. "The Jungle Book," which has its premiere tonight at Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood, is very, very good Disney indeed, and nobody needs to say a great deal more. WED.orT.l5thmSAT.DEC2 FHE-0PENIN6 WED. WAT. OCT. 25 "HOWilNGiY FUNNtVtifie m EDDIE iRUCKEH Hi- JfoBtRT WfcERSON"". J KNOW CANT WATERS RUta? GOOD SEATS NOW AT BOX OFFICE, MAIL I AGENCIES A AHI AAlll M r ------ n PORkUTUM ADULTS ONt-VUt utTiMcrc nil ii w I BROADWAY at Sth I """''" MA 4-6271 Op. 10:00 AM IN ALL THEATRES HOLLYWOOD t WESTERN 462-9497 Cont 11:45 AM OCEAN t LOCUST 437-3029 Cont 9:45 AM 4th and BIRCH 547-9936 OPEN 11:45 AM Crjcatets Spoken Drama DOROTHY CHANDLEU PAVILION Of THE MUSIC CENTER 30th Annual Season LOS ANGELES CIVIC LIGHT OPERA Eves. (Exc. Sun.) 8:30 Mats. Wed. & Sat 2:30 iAN tALL-STAR CAST 1NU STUNNING HEW TR0DUCTI0N of LAST 3 WEEKS Soma Seats Still Available The Pavilion box office (Plaza Level near Hope Street) or Southern Calif. Music Co., or All Mutual Agencies NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS 5 mi M SWj NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS win inn nrznnrinn wm& ran-ra lllllllllW . ft-p ; -k r" - ft. iiiliiiiilife mmmk ...its Chef Mike Hoy, now bigger than ever fnU 45 minutes weekdays at 11:15 on KNX 1070 Radio Planning a meal for tonight? Want good hints for the table? Need a good recipe for stroganoff? Put some spice in your life. ..be in tune with Mike Roy and Denny Bracken with the all-new CHEF MIKE ROY SHOW, now at 11:15 every weekday morning on KNX. Take a relaxing break from your household chores as Mike dishes up something exciting for your kitchen and the home. He can make you a heroine at dinner time. He's big on that! WED.,0CT.18,1967-PartV J3 '""ACIDLY ANTI-ESTABLISHMENT! jHwml yjwnti Ifn John HeffiiPHf WilWm tWnclioa biutflii TECHNICOLOR" PAUL JONES 'JEAN SHRIfPTON A 0WIf ILM SOWICB LIB. MiMOHIM. ENTERPRISES LTD. M0DUC1 lOtl my m I m n 1 1 MM I vnutfiur nnru tnn a u R i luniuni urc.ii f uu r.m. M,M,fJu'J,, Feature at 7;30 4 9:30 P.M. UNLIMITED WEI AKINO AVAIlAllf IN THEATRE tUUDINO llaCliir!i 5thWEEK! Cbcaterj polten Drama 5 DAYS A LEFT m U 6tb Annual M)ecdtatof AIR CONDITIONED SPORTS ARENA OCT.13-22 Bigger and Better than ever! Plan now to see this $1,000,000 Spectacle of Decorating Ideas. Over 500 Dramatic Exhibits and 100 Room-settings by America's Premier Decorators and Dealers and Home Furnishings Suppliers. VIEW: the '7 DECADES OF DESIGN" 70 yaart of furniture design, created by the world's moil acclaimed Decorators, Designers and Architects sponsored by the California Arts Commission. : ANTIQUES from 4 CORNERS SEE: of the WORLD! Objects d'Art and Paintings Displayed to the public in the Antique Show and Sale Section. EHJOY: The "MR. BLACKWELL" Exhibit California's leading Couturier displays a magnificent garden-drawing room setting with informal modeling of the most elegant Holiday Evening fashions nightly. EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION ! ! "SNEAK A PEAK AT:" Warner Brothers-Seven Arts Co.'s "Queen Guenevere's bedroom chamber" from the motion picture "Camelot." The actual bed and authentic pieces used in making this multi-millibn dollar spectacle are presented by Sinclair Paint & Wall Coverings. Will: S5.CC3 HI GASH ! ! OR AN EXCITINO 3-BEDROOM SERENDIPITY VACATION HOME INCLUDING LOT AT PINE MOUN-TAIN RANCH IN THE SIERRAS. . SHOW HOURS Now thru 22nd-Frt. & Sat. Noon to 11 P.M. Weekday & Sun. Noon to 10 P.M. ADMISSION: Adulttt $1.(50 Children under 12 Free with their parents. Sponsored by the American Institute of Interior Designers under the auspices of the C.I.I.D. and the Furniture Retailers Association of California. Southern California Symphony-Hollywood Bowl Assoc. ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY THURS., NOV. 23-8:30 P.M. t x ARTHUR FIEDLER Music director of Boston Peps Orchestra conducts Los Angeles debut YOMIURI NIPPON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA HIRO IMAMURA, piano soloist i Rossini: Overture to "Semiramide" Chopin: Piano Concerto No. 2 Prokofieff: "Classical Symphony" Bernstein: Selections from "West Side Story" Offenbach: Suite from "Gaits Parisienne" Mail Orders Now Ticketst $5.50, 4.50, 3.50, 2.50 Make check payable to Music Center Ticket Office. Mail to Ticket Office, 135 No. Grand Ave., L.A. 90012. For return of tickets, enclosed stamped, self addressed envelope. For Information (213) 626-7211. OooRonrr oeieeDscit PAVILION OTBCMtisarctNitx World Wide Good Will Tour MAURICE CHEVALIER HIS ONLY 80. CALIF. APPEARANCE FRED FREED At The Piano ? DOROTHY CHANDLER. PAVILION Prism $2.50. l.se, 4.50. S 50. Tleketi at Hie Mule Cwittr. Ant Clfl ef St. Calif. ifflcM. Se. Calif. Mail Ce end all Mutual Aunties. Far lafarautlmi Mil SJS-72II Sun. Mat Oct 22, 3:00 P.M. MURRAY HOLLY MATHESON and HARRIS In Lionel Bart's Bawdy Musical Farce PASADENA PLAYHOUSE LOCK UP YOUR DAUGHTERS! Directed by Malcolm Black CRITICAL SENSATION OF THE YEAR! -Cttil Smith, LA. Times: "I THINK IT IS ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL . . . A DILLY, A DOLL, k DELIGHT!" "SUGGESTS GILBERT I SULLIVAN ON LSOI" Patterson Greene, Herafd-fxaminer "'Daughters' and 'Man of la Mancha' are the best new musicals seen in the Southland this year!" Chores Fober, Citizen News "A GAS . . . SMASH NIT!" "DELICIOUS SATIRE!" "MAY WELL BE THE BEST SHOW IN TOWN!" Diet Benke, Pasadena Star-News Sill Cdwardi, Daily Variety John Mahoney, Hollywood Reporter SOUTH COAST REPERTORY dynamic theatre In Orange County American premiere of a wacky music-hall force BIG SOFT NELLIE by Henry Livings (EH?) (n SCR' new and fcaoufifu theatre closer to off of Orange County and los Angeles. 1827 Newport Blvd., Cost Mesa (714) 646-1363 FINAL WEEKS SCATS NOV at In Office 1 M Ticket Iftacfae Saa.44 at I 30 Sm. Hit el 1:00 tM. cai no rot tmutrc run wroaaHTiow. 4M-mt eeeeeeeeetteeet JESSE ROY t WHITE STUART in ncu tutors THE ODD COUPLE : DiracM hr MNNT SIMON eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee MATCH PLEASE, DARLING 1 IV ...ahIlarlou3 f AI -i-L tour de force . . -yuirrr I (HMHilol ll r ' Evenings (exc. Mon.) 8:30 P.M. Tue Wed., Thur., Sun, $5, $4, $3. FrUSat. $5.50, $4.50. $3.50 cm!u$ IMS mmmm T (04 I. AlVARADO OPEN :45 A.M. 481-47)1 mm- WHSHTREESm.' COOLED IY REFRIGERATION b. SATOCT2IWE9-'l28j MOVIES FOR MEN ONLY CLUNY'S MOVIES HI

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