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16 THE GAZETTE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1967 ENTERTAINMENT i i 1 1 1 Mi i i hi ii i iii hp i mj''i i A Superb Film Version Of A Man For All Seasons Now At The Snowdon And xvhat a cast! Wendy Hiller is si.np'.y superb as More's wife; Susannah York reveals new facets of her talent as his daughter. Robert i the background. You are never made aware of the camera or director per se. It is the dialogue and the characterizations that are of prime importance, and nothbg is allowed to hinder your appreciation. seen it three times and enjoyed it more each time.
Can I possihlv recommend it more highly? 8.1S P.M. Ed 'lis TOMORROW Shaw is a mountain of youthful vitality as Henry VIII and Orson Welles has turned in a MORIAU TtT teeiUiMin. 11 l-l JEANNE HARRIS -JOHN HUSTON OTOOLE MICHAEL PARKS GEORGE C. SCOTT memorable performance as Cardinal Wo'ey. The film is one that gave me unalloyed pleasure.
I hae TONIGHT AT "As fine a version as we shall ever see in movies!" Sat. Review "An awesomely absorbing film" Ufa "Si I. 4 5. MATINEES: Sot. and Sun.
at 1:13 p.m. EVENINGS: 1:15 4. 1 RICHARD PETER Sow 1TEB1HE TAr Bqimng aajsTOPHU ntv Nemd MNk uutim LAST DAY: THE UMBRELLAS OF CHERBOURG Color by Dtlu ffprnu TONIGHT ANDREWS at p.m. SUSANNAH YORK AND PAUL SCOFIELD PASSPORT 4NO BONUS BOOK CENTRE Phone Order Accepted 932-1139 Box Office Openl 2J5J St. Cotherne St.
W. 1 2 Noon to 9 p.m. By JACOB SISKIND If the production of Robert Bolt's play A Man For All Seasons was a moving emotional experience when Paul Scofield played the central role, the film version of the drama now playing at the Snowdon is even more stirring. The play has been brought to the screen with understanding and warmth, not to say artistry, and it can be recommended unreservedly as first class adult entertainment. In fact this film is so completely satisfying, that one wonders why other film versions of good plays have been so unsuccessful.
Of course there is something different about A Man For All Seasons. It stars Paul Scofield to begin with, and there is probably no more impressive actor on the English stage today. Scofield has the strength of an Olivier but he has, as well, a yielding warmth that gives a fullness, a feeling of truth, BOX-OFFICE OR BY MAIL CAST PANAVTSION TRANS-CANADA EXIT IS PASSPORT AND BONUS BOOK CENTRE Sophia Peter Loren 4 Selers J5 1 3233 "BECAUSE OF EVE" MATS. JWJy cat 1 SUN IVES. AT 8.30 1 SALLE DOREE RESERVED SEATS NOW AT SECOND WEEK WITH AN INTERNATIONAL ALL-STAR mm.
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to all of his portrayals. As Sir Thomas More he is repeating his stage triumph of several seasons back. He has lived with the role for such a long fame that he is completely comfortable in it. There is no need for effect, no straining to deliver the linps, nor are there any obvious acting devices. He has refined his performance until it has become art concealing art.
You are never aware of Scofield. You are always in the presence of Sir Thomas. This feeling of ease has permeated the remainder of the cast. I cannot recall ever seeing so completely homogeneous a troupe. And this is true in spite of the fact that few of the people in the film appeared with Scofield on the stage.
Somehow they all seem completely natural in their roles. Fred Zinneman, who has both directed and produced the film, has also blended into TRULY BEAUTIFUL! 4i -it I Dwyer it SHIPSTADS JOHNSON lOSFOlUES' The BIG Show-treofr for ALL the Family TO -NIGHT At 8 p.m., Mon. thru Fri. SATURDAY EVE, at 9 p.m. ATM EES 5ATURDAY SUNDAY ot 1:30 5:30 P.M.
The Children will love it and 10 will you! Tickets: 2.00, 2.50, 3.50, 4.00, 4.50 Good (eats, all prices, as late as showtime. ENJOY THE SKATING RINK ON THE PLAZA OF PLACE VILLE MARIE OPEN DAILY 1 1.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. Information 861-9150 New BEST A ML, I W- ij 1 (0- i I WJtfCT me I I BEST BRITISH PICTURE OF THE YEAR Iff hi rr I ra mm sunt iluukhi mun'keith ra PASSPORT ANO BONUS BOOK CENTRI MATINEES SAT. I SUN.
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Bri'tiji Fim Criticf' Award rilNC 1 i TECHNICOLOI vnnib FOSTER SHIRLEY ANNE FIELD SHELLEY WINTERS AS RURY Fun torn ot 1 00, 3 00, SOS, 7 10, 9.1 S. Loit Complete Show 05 p.m, 4689 FUNW THING HAPPENED ON THE WAV TO THE FORUM Z1, fun of 1 3 10, IS, 30. Lett Com-; elete Show OS 486-739J am. LYNN REDGRAVE "BEST ACTRESS i tin. i fcf-m Y.
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Mfi Alvarez it TONIGHT AT 8.30 VP 7J FRED Z1NEMANN'S. A AIM FOR KARL! 'Mil nil iTTfceii I Mia Ij I IVlAhlANNt NJun ptechkicolorV jerry mm Operetta At PdA, Valses De Vienne, a three act operetta by the Johann Strausscs, will be premiered at 8:15 on Saturday, April 1 at Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier of Place des Arts. This production is a joint CJMS FM-Place des Arts presentation. The stage director will be Florent Forget, managing more than 60 artists. Michel Boudot is the choreographer and Rene La-course, choir-master.
The artistic adviser is Lionel Dau-nais and the set designer, Jean-Claude RLnfret. The 50-musician orchestra will be under the baton of Pierre Hetu. The cast will be made up of such familiar local talents as Claire Gagnier in the role of Resi; Olivette Thibault as La Comtesse, Marie-Eve as Pepi (The maid), Pierre Duval as Strauss Jean-Pierre Masson as Strauss Guy Hoffman as Donmeycr, Mar cel Cabay as Dreschler, Paul ') Berval as Ebeceder, Gerard Paradis as Wessely, and Lea lllial as the Prince. There will be matinee performances: April 2 and evening performances; April 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. NEW PENELOPE I 171 SHERBROOKE W.
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