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20 THE PAMPA fcAtLY NEWS SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 19*3 861H W£®r« He's Everything To Sophia Loren ROME (UPI) — Short, balding Carlo Ponti is the man Sophia Loren describes as "my husband, my ex - husband, my fiancee. . .or whatever one should call him." The romance between the plam- bigamy. It also has left a laige part of the Italian male population en- Broadway ' i By JACK GAVER UPI Drama Editor NEW YORK (UPI) - A major assignment for the coming Broadway season puts Beatrice Lillie in the cast of the musical being made from Noel Coward's sucessful comedy of about 20 years ago, "Blithe Spirit." The noted comedienne, who has worked often with Coward in the, past will have the role of Ma- °™us star and the Italian producer dame Arcati, the wacky medium j almost twice her age has landed involved with a remarried man J'hem in the headlines and also who can't get rid of the spirit of j into Roman courts on charges of his deceased first wife. The musical will be entitled "High Spirits." Timothy Graj is adapting the play and will write vious and somewhat puzzled. Pont, the lyrics to the tunes of Hugh }"**• does not look like the type to Martin, currently represented by j Ret one of the world's most attrac- the off-Broadway revival of "Best * ive women. The only person who is not at all puzzled by the romance is Sophia Loren "Who wants a pretty man?" she asks with an eloquent shrug. Ponti is a shrewd and successful international film producer w h o Boston will get it Feb. 10, Phila-i recently announced the screen ver- delphia March 2 and New York ; sion of Boris Pasternak's novel "Dr. Zhivago" as one of his forthcoming projects. He was one of the bright men from Milan who came south to Rome to try their luck in the postwar film industry. When he and Sophia Loren met some 10 years Gertrude Berg, presently doing' a?0 , she was an unknown star- well at the Music Box in "Dear | e ( struggling lo overcome the Me, the Sky Is Falling" by Leonard, poverty of a Neapolitan childhood. Spigelgass, vows that her next ].j e was a |,- e ady an established pro- •tage effort, now, will be Foot Forward." Coward will direct the musical for producers Lester Osterman, Robert Fletcher and Richard Horner. The schedule calls for rehearsals to start Jan. 2 and first performance Feb. 3 in New Haven March 31. Coward will be involved earlier in the season as author of the musical based on Terence Rattigan's play, "The Sleeping Prince," starring Jose Ferrer. so from a year or a musical. The musical is in state of preparation by Spigeigass and Mrs, Berg, using an idea of the star The Theater Guild, sponsor of a'lrs. Berg's current play, will ba in on the musical, if all goes well. The successful revival of Eugene O'Neill's "Strange Interlude" by the Actors Studio Theater will move May 27 from the Hudson, where it opened March 11, to the ducer. From then on their personal and professional lives have been firmly linked. In 1957 Ponti divorced Guiliana Fiastri in Mexico and married Sophia Loren by proxy in the same country. Since Italian law did not recognize the Mexican divorce, the marriage, which later was annulled, brought the couple into a series of court cases that are still dragging and make friends at the same time. One of his interests outside the cinema world is antiques. The Ponti apartment in a patrician palace in the heart of Rome is furnished carefully but comfortably with antique furniture. BEST SELLERS Fiction "Raise High The Roof Beam, Carpenters, and Seymour" — J. D. Salinger "The Glass-Blowers" — Daphne d Maurier "The Sand Pebbles — Richard Me- Kenna "Seven Days In May" — Fletcher Knebel and Charles W. Bailey II "Grandmother and the Priests" — Taylor Caldwell "The Moonflower Vine" — Jetta Carleton "The Moon-Spinners" — Mary Stewart "Fail-Safe" — Eugene Burdick and Harvey Wheeler "The Tin Drum" — Gunter Grass "The Light of Day" — Eric Ambler Nonfiction "Travels With Charley" — John Steinbeck "The Whole Truth, And Nothing But" — Hedda Hopper and James Brough "The Ordeal Of Power" — Emmet John Hughes "The Fire Next Time" — James Baldwin "Happiness Is A Warm Puppy" — Charles M. Schuiz Martin Beck Theater. The , attcr I slowly through Rome's Palace of | "0 Ye Jigs & Juleps!" - Virginia Top Ten The top 10 times with position last week, and number of weeks in the survey in parenthesis: 2. (1-3) It's My Party. Leslie Gore. Mercury. 2. (10-5) If You Wanna Be Happy. Jimmy Soul. S.P.Q.R. 3. -t-3 Sukiyaki. Kyn S a k a- nioto. Capitol. 4. (7-3) Da Roo-Ron-Ron. The Crystals. Phillies. 5. (1-3) I Love Yoi Because. Al Martino. Capitol. 6. (8-6) Surfin' U.S.A. Beach Boys. Capitaol. 7. (6-7) Two Faces Hav I. Lou Christie. Roulette. 8. (5-2) You Can't Sit Down. Dovells. Parkway. 0. (0-1) Hello Stranger. Barbara Lewis. Atlantic. 10. (9-12) I Will Follow Him. Peggy March. Victor. To give you an idea of the sort of wholesale labor required to keep the 90-minute weekly "The Virginian" in production, there are currently 24 writers employed in creating the first 16 episodes for next season. There will be a total of 26 shows for this NBC program in 1963-64. is larger and has a better air conditioning system. The play will close definitely on July 13. The producers intended that it run only four months because this is part of an eventual repertory scheme in which members of Actors' Studio are involved. Players cast in suen productions are to be freed four months of such service a year. "Strange Interlude" la scheduled to turn up in future seasons of the repertory. Rip Torn replaced Ben Gazzara in one of the top roles on May 13 because Gazzara had a corn- in a new teie- j Justice. j Legal tangles have marred their personal lives but both their careers have boomed. Though both object to attributing a Svengali role to Ponti, his guiding hand has helped Sophia on the road from pin-up roles to flesh extravaganzas to the Oscar for her part in "Two Women." Friends and colleagues describe Ponti as a man of great charm and equal shrewdness who manages to get exactly what he wants mitment to star vision series. Craig Stevens, a popular television and film actor, has been signed to the juicy role of leading man in Meredith Willson's new musical for next fall, "H e r e's Love." The show will mark Stevens' Broadway debut. The leading lady was announced recently •s Janis Paige. Gary Hudson "The Great Hunger: Ireland, 1845- 1S49" — Cecil Woodham Smith "Final Verdict" — Adela Rogers St. Johns "The Fall Of The Dynasties" — Edmond Taylor "Silent Spring" — Rachel Carson IN FOOTSTEPS—James MacArthur has chosen acting as his way of life, following the theatrical path blazed by his celebrated parents, Helen Hayes and the late playwright Charles MacArthur. At 25. MacArthur shows great prom- Jse, reflecting the artistic and i creative atmosphere in which he was reared. Richard Chamberlain, stfar of "Dr. Kildare," is using most <._ his six weeks "vacation" from the video program to star in an MGM motion picture, "Twili*^* of Honor." He'll finish his first film starring role just in time to resume work on the television series for DURBANK, Calif, heed Aircraft Corp. (UPI)-Lock- has received a $10.39 million Navy contract for research and development work on the Polaris missile. Youthful Actor Wants To Take Things Seriously HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Tommy Kirk, the image of befudlled whacky comedy." "I guess you could call me a youth in Walt Disney picture , is: second generation Andy Hardy," getting ready to trade his teen- he said. "But I don't know if I ager's troubles for adolescent should be paying myself that corn- problems. Jpliment." Young Kirk, a stringy haired j Tommy has been drawing a lad with talent, has appeared in paycheck for years, investing 12 Disney films since 1958, a rec- ! money in securities and buying t » ..._!" . n ord that many stars is Hollywood can't boast. Tommy has become a mainstay on Walt's Burbank production lot. He's been there since 1956, always two houses, one for himself overlooking Hollywood. His ambition is to eventually become an actor more versatile than the type of performer available whenever Disney need- required to play a youngster who ed an actor to portray the foibles i confounds parents. of modern youth. "Enough people, whose opinion Now, Kirk is getting older, al- I respect, have told me I've almost to the point where he's out-j ways been a capable actor," he growing his roles. Tommy's 21, j said. "1 want to be a great having been the captive of Holly-' actor." | wood movie and television studios (or the past 11 years. Kirk started acting when he was 10 years old. And unlike many juvenile performers, he reached the age of maturity without suffering any of the real life troubles usually associated with moppet actors. He has yet to be arrested, his personal life is unmarked by • ny headline-making scandals, and rumors about him are almost nil. In Hollywood young actors don't always get off so easily. Kirk says he's dedicated to the •cling profession and is critical of those young actors in Hollywood who aren't. "I see so many contemporaries of mine acting like they're 17," Tommy said, ducking the squirts from his grapefruit at breakfast "Some of them couldn't care less »bout the acting craft. "I'm in this business for life. It kind of hit me recently that I can't play around any more. By that I mean taking all the gravy instead of a balanced diet." MO '* - ? S 6 o Open 12:45 Adults We Child 25c I NOW Thru Thursday FEATURES TODAY—12:45-2:57-5:07-7:21-9:33 "HUD" IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR CIULDREN PAUL NEWMAN HOD! THE BARBED V/IRE SOULI MELVYN DDUGUS-PATRICIA NEAL-BRANDON deWILDE NOW THRU WEDNESDAY I5T/S MATINEE ONLY 12:45 EVENINGS 7:30 P.M. DOUBLE FEATURE LAHHENCE FRANCE HARVEY • NUYEN MARTHA HYJ5H I-.1IA1. , WALL1S OA11Y MliRHll.l, MICHAIil, WIUUNliANDMIVIISHlJIMIiKI PLUS 2nd BIG HIT! TiCHMicoLOi» p '«™ ELVIS PRESLEY "G. I. BLUES" IN COLOR ALSO COLOR CARTOON - NEWS ONLY A ROSE—It's hard to tell from this picture who radiates the most beauty, the In his search for (he "balanced! rose or Brigitte Bardot. It diet." Tommy say? he wants a va-j was taken at a party for the rtety of j-oies, 'not Just "light \ cast on a Rome wovie set. TOMTK AND MONDAY DIAL MO 48781 OPENS 7:30 SHOW 8:15 GREAT FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY An Avalanche of Fun! Walt Disney ffttsr-^s V JULES VTZRNE'S _y,. t ,.. — In search of the 6F&M ALSO COLOR CARTOON — LATK NEWS TECHNICOLOR fteitned fr| 6UEM tij ! * O^'htniiinn C« Inc -€.'96? **!! Dur\«f Cowboy Turns Comedian: Smile When You Say That, Podnuh ftearl the Nftws Classified Art* HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Tower* ing cowboy Clint Walker is becoming n comedian, and anybody with brains will laugh at his jokes. Whether Clint's jokes are good or bad, it's well to remember that toughing, like discretion, can be the better part of valor in his case. Clint was star of the Warner! Bros. "Cheyenne" series, which I went off the air recently after: more than seven years in produc-j tion. When the series ended, Walk-, er left Warners and is now appearing in rodeos and other television series. One of Clint's first appearances Pino Casa 922 DUNCAN MO 4-4439 Walker, a peaceful man unless las a television comedian will be j antagonized, stands 6-feet-6 weighs I on Jack Benny's show, a fine place 248 pounds and has shoulders I to start. which make his head look like "I think he's going to be very it's resting in the center of a;gcod," says Benny, who must look surfboard. I up to the rangy cowboy. Laundered To Order Call MO 9-DG83 LAUi\Dlll _ LINEN SERVICE City Wide Pick Up and Delivery Service 112 N. Hobart MO 9-%88 AND »AVt THE PERFECT TELEVISION COMPANIONS Bottled under Authority of tli« Coca-Cola Co. PAMPA COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Boltlerl under Authority of th« Fnnta n*verair« Co. I TV PROGRAMS FOR THE WEEK ENDING JUNE 8 THE NEWS IS NOT RESPONSIBLE! 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