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if i. ! 3 . I f 12 Part IY-Mon,. May 17,1971 UgannWCinua JOYCE HABER CANNES FESTIVAL Rita's Fast Burn Over 'Slow Study' : Rita Haywoith is back in Hollywood and roaring mad (or "angry," as English teachers are wont to say). Rita's roaring because Joe Kipness and Lawrence Kasha, the producers of Broadway's "Applause," let it be known and printed that Rita's "a slow study." , They'd chosen the vivacious star to replace Lauren Bacall in the taxing, onstage - even -moment part of Margo L'hanning in the musical version of "All About Eve:' "I admit that I'm a perfectionist," says Rita, but she certainly won't go so far as to call herself "a slow study." "I withdrew because 1 couldn't have been ready to take over by July, "1 was out of rehearsal tvith the flu for a week. J wouldn't have had more than five davs on the siast1 before opening and the staging, with acting, singing and dancing is far too intricate to learn in so little time. " Bacall had a year to get ready for the part. Rex Harrison took over a year preparing for 'Fair Lady.' Angela Lansbui-y had plenty of time on 'Maine.' I've never been on the stage except as a cry young girl and then only as a dancer. I needed an out-of-town break or lime in the theater itself." I So producers Kipness and Kasha are starting again in their quest to replace La Bacall. They're considering Such "fast studies" as Ginger Rogers, Anne Baxter, Eleanor Parker, Lizabeth Scott and Susan Hay ward. La Hayworth, meanwhile, is staying at the Beverly Wil-shire and house-hunting. She leased her own for a year. TAMBURITZANS OFFER SLAVIC PROGRAM Rita Hayworth !" Conunendably spirited, formidably versatile and almost alarmingly wholesome, the Duquesne University (Pittsburgh) Tani-buritzans stomped onto the Shrine Auditorium stage Saturday night for an engaging program of Slavic songs and dances. A stringed instrument resembling the mandolin, but with some of the harp' high ringing tone, the tani-buritza was exploited -- h various shapes, sizes and numerical combinations throughout the evening, (n addition, the :J2-meniber company displayed impres-f-ive vocal ability in folk y.ongs from Hungary, Bul garia. Jugoslavia, Russia, Romania and Czechoslovakia topping the evening off with a blaze of high-kicking, foot-slapping Russian dancing. Although Slavic intensity was usually replaced by American spiv-'n'-polish, no disrespect for their material or its ethnic origins was evident, in the Tani-hwritzans' p e r f onnance. In-tead. through costumes, arrangements ;md emotional buo.vancy. the group communicated a genuine (if somewhat laundered sense of Slavic folk culture's range and depth. - -LEWIS SEGAL (The tenant is TV commercial producer-director Dick Richards.) She'll want a pool (she swims every day) anil a place just large enough for her and the three pet dachshunds she left behind in Connecticut . . . John Phillip Law as Ferdinand Having completed "The Love Machine," John Phillip Law has been signed by Samuel Bronston to play King Ferdinand to Glenda Jackson's Queen Isabella. Which proves that extravagant mogul Bronston ("The Fall of The Roman Empire") is back in business and being extravagant. He's cleared up his technical-legal-monetary problems and, backed by new money from Madison Avenue's Marion Harper, has opened production offices in London as well as Madrid where the multi-million dollar epic will be shot. Ronald Neame will direct and John Peebles has written the screenplay for "Isabella." Midst all this frenetic activity, Bronston says happily: "Motion pictures are still the most exciting, illuminating entertainment-educational-art medium in the world. The movies are the greatest invention since the printing press. I just hope what J have is catching and things will pick up in Hollywood, too." Bronston still has a major casting dilemma: who'll play Christopher Columbus? lie says he's "teetering'' among three stars but he won't say who they are. Let's hope the one he chooses is an Italian-American or else, at least, Marlon Brando who's practicing as the one and only original "Godfather" in the Paramount movie . , . Sinatra lo Present Award That foremost Italian-American Frank Sinatra plans vet another public appearance (not performing though) before his official retirement date. 1 guess that date is midnight of June 13: he'll sing for the last time professionally at the Motion Picture Television Relief Fund benefit at The Music Center that evening. Frank's new "engagement" consists of presenting the fifth annual Frank Sinatra Musical Performance Awards at I'CLA on June 7. Frank hasn't done it personalis since I.5K57, the year he established the scholarships. Shared by eight student winners, they total S10.000 , . . The Otis Art Associates hold their innovative annual meeting at the Institute on Thursday. It's a cocktail buffet with entertainment followed by the Kith annual sale of students' works. The hostesses are Mrs. Peane Johnson i the former Anne Ford), Mrs. Sam Jaffa and 'Mrs. Robeit Rowan. Continued from First Fa?e from Luis Bunuel and other film-makers, persuaded lie Bret to reverse his position. It was respectfully applauded, and Trumbo's press conference w a s crowded and enthusiastic. The reviews are mixe(d but generally favorable. "Johnny Got His Gun," derived from a news report Trumbo once saw about a similar case involving a British officer, centers on a young American soldier in World War I. He has been blown to pieces by a shell, but is being kept alive for medical study, fie was presumed incapable of thought or sensation, having lost his arms, legs, face and pail of his brain, but it seems that he can remember and dream and communicate and the film alternates be tween black -and- white hospital reality and his reminiscences and fantasies, in color. The reminiscences detail a young life very close to Trumbo's own boyhood in Colorado and adolescence in poor circumstances in Los Angetes, including 10 years of night work in a bakery (w here Johnny also works). Although these reminiscences have a pageant-like or tractarian quality, they are also felt to be truly personal and they give the film its most persuasive moments. At those moments, the events seem real rather than symbolic. On the whole, however, "Johnny Got His Gun" seems too late a passionate anti-war sermon arriving at a time when the sermon has been done often and better, and more to the point has long since been accepted by the congregation. Paradoxically, the particular horror which Trumbo lays before us is at once so special and terrible and so manifestily symbolic, that by the end it has lost much of its power to move us. You admire the passion but cannot be sure what it has achieved. "Johnny" has a production quality which belies the modest $750,000 budget. The central performances by Timothy Bottoms as Johnny and Kathy Fields are earnest and awkward. Jason Robards is touching as the boy's father and Diane Varsi is extremely impressive as a sympathetic nurse. Donald Sutherland is Christ in some of the fantasy sequences, which in general are the least successful part of the movie, because they have bo little relation to Johnny's own perceptions. Actress Michele Morgan, who is chairman of this year's festival jury (of which Erich Segal is the American member), was reportedly in tears when "Johnny" ended, and an excited French friend said, "It's already won." That is premature, but the movie seems likely to be acknowledged somehow. Trumbo himself remarked, not without irony, on the flight over, that the anti-American, anti-war and pro-left sentiment which often characterize Cannes would not hurt the film, and he's almost certainly correct. it Studio Files X Tag Appeal Columbia Pictures has filed an appeal for reclassification of the X rating given its film. "Drive, He Said," by the Motion Picture As-n. of America. The X tag was the first for Columbia which has prided itself on never having produced or distributed an X -rated picture. Leo Jaffa, president of Columbia Pictures Indus tries, said, "The theme of the picture is serious and the use of language or sex alone does not make it objectionable. It is neither pornographic nor obscene. It is a happening that exists in today's society and parents should be afforded the right to determine whether or not their children hoold see the picture." "Orive. lie Said" is based on the novel by Jeremy Larner. It is an official American entry in the current Cannes Film Festival. 7 rv VANDEKAMP'S ENCHILADAS X Beef Cheese 7ttox.pks. WEA. COMPARE UH LOW TOTAL DISCOUNT PQICES 10 GLAD Trash Dags Fits 3Q-galfon cans lOct. 75 12o2.1in 6 PACK CARTON Sugar Free TAB (o) 2 LEO'S Sliced Breast of Chicken 3.20t. Sliced Breast ot M ra q Turkey vzol Beef s oz. pkg. 3C fsS$ 10 great,, fothj CYs: little r dogs RATH KING SIZE 10) J I lb. - LJ pkg. RATH STACK PACK lib. Pkg. 6c 16 ct. pkg. 12 ct. pkg. OAHG DACJGS ENRICHED SLICED Pre-Prteed 79c LJ 1 PKG. WHIIt OR WHEAT Vh lb. loaf Pre-Priced45c DAHOLA DAUOLA DAHOLA SLICED n SLICED SLICED ' HAf.l BEEF V?jC HAf.l g)(p)C 40Z.PK0. SLSKZJ 40Z.PKG. ZjZJ 6 0Z. PKG. LI Shows Start at Dusk Children Under 12 Free! 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