The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida on June 7, 1963 · 56
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The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida · 56

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Friday, June 7, 1963
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ilE the miami herald Friday June 7 1963 xhis One for Adults ami Older Teenagers ‘Hutf Is Taut -But Keep the and Absorbing Kids at Home t V 2 c rr A ' ) i ! S f - r "v -v J —United Presi International Photo HAVING A GOOD TIME these film personalities attend a reception aboard the yacht of movie producer Sam Spiegel center during the Cannes Film Festival At left Is German actress Iiomy Schneider and Italian actress Elsa Martinelli is at right Studio Pushing It Suzanne Troy Still a Twosome By LOUELLA O PARSONS Hollywood Columnist HOLLYWOOD Calif —The romance of Suzanne Pleehette and Troy Donahue is being kept very much alive by Warner Brothers Seems when they made "Rome Adventure” two years ago it cleaned up That’s when Troy met the attractive Suzy Now Jack Warner is co-starring them in “Distant Trumpet” from the best selling novel by Paul Morgan One thing I am very glad to hear is that Raoul Walsh who sort of belongs to Warners has been tapped on the shoulder to direct and William Wright is the producer If all goes according to the way it looks now the movie goes into production the end of July I don’t know when Troy is going to get that vacation but he’s one young man who won’t complain abput working too hard PRESIDENT KENNEDY’S TV technical adviser Franklin Schaffner who also directed Jackie Kennedy’s Emmy winning tour of the White House has been signed by Stuart Miller and Larry Turman to direct "The Best Man” when Gore Vidal’s Broadway play comes to the screen with Henry Fonda and Cliff Robertson As a matter of record Schaffner has three Emmys to his credit for direction Previous to the White House tour he had picked up Emmys for "12 Angry Men” and "Cain Mutiny Court Martial” Also he directed "Advise and Consent” on Broadway RITA HAYWORTH’S pretty daughter Yasmin is already following in the stirrups of her late father the Aly Khan and has just pranced Off with top honors at the competition in horsemanship held by six girls’ schools in the East It was often said that his love of beautiful women came in second to Aly’a love of horses and the way Yasmin handled her jumper in the show would have delighted her father’s heart She is coming to the Coast when school is out but has asked her mother if she can spend most of her vacation at Suzanne Plesliettc T roy’t girl a camp which specializes In horsemanship It will be a rather lonely summer for Rita Her other daughter Rebecca is going to be in Rome with her father Orson Welles NO MATTER how famous her clan becomes in the field of drama Mary Stills mother of Hayley and wife of John sees her family as a tribe of comedians And she has written three one-act plays which she says are based on the wacky home life of the assorted Millses John Hayley Jonathan and Juliet "There’s no household like our household” she laughs "For example I entertained a strange man for an hour the other day getting out the best eat things and performing at my hostess best I though he was a friend of Hayley’s It turned out he had come to read the gas meter” A LETTER from Van Johnson in New York who says he had been visiting his father in Boston "It’s fun to be back in New York again” writes Van ‘‘and I went to a party for the Duke and Duchess of Windsor who have found the fountain of youth Also went to a party for President Kennedy and he came right over and shook my hand warmly and asked how I was feeling ‘‘I was so thrilled” said Van “but my biggest thrill was receiving a letter from my daughter whom I hadn’t heard from in months” FOLKSINGEH COFFEE HOUSE 1743 SW I Hi ST MO 1-9368 Monayemeflt f Figofe’i N YC TONITE ONLY! "THOSE FOUR" IINSATIONAL NEW FOLKSINGING GROUP - PLUS -OZZII BACK — DOREEN A MANY OTHERS CRAZY HAMBURGERS A ORIGINAL COFFEE HOUSE DRINKS ENTERTAINMENT FEE SI 00 INCL ONE FREE DRINK SHOWTIME: ( 30 10 30 13 30 3 30 MAM CLOSED MONDAYS — i a n "TOM FI Ri P H ft n n a n n H GREAT BANDS AND THE CRAFTSMAN Plu i FRIDAY and SATURDAY BOBBY SHANE And Th Nw FRANTICS TONI’S LOUNGE 1 1 40 1 NW 27th AVE AMERICANA FAMILY NITE SPECIAL I By JACK E ANDERSON Hrld SUM Writer IN SPITE of its nondescript title “Hud” a Texas-set film creation of the producing team of Martin Ritt and Irving Ra-vetch which opened here Thursday Is taut and absorbing screen fare But let me hoist a warning signal immediately This one is for adults and the older teenagers only Its dialogue and situations are entirely too gamey for the tots The screen play by co-Pro-ducer Ravetch and Harriet Frank Jr sacrifices no four-lettered word to endow the story with absolute honesty Merrick Plans Expansion NEW YORK — (AP) — David Merrick one of Broadway's busiest producers is expanding next season the activities of a non-profit theatrical foundation which he has set up for presentation of specialized attractions “Luther” a drama by John Osborne based on the life of Martin Luther and Bertolt Brecht’s “Arturo Ui” have been marked in for production at a combined cost of less than $100000 Because of the foundation’s purpose Merrick believes that the box office won’t have to pay the regular 10 per cent tax on tickets thereby retaining about $3000 weekly in gross receipts to help pay production costs and realism It would be better to divert the moppets to less mature entertainment “Hud” based on Larry McMurty’s novel “Horseman Pass By” (and I wonder why they didn’t stick with that title) of a triangular conflict between a grizzled old Texas rancher his son and grandson played respectively by Melvyn Douglas Paul Newman and Brandon de Wilde Its motivation Is nothing more than the choice between good and evil The boy Is tom between his equal devotion to the gruffly honest grandfather and the unprincipled hell-raiser his uncle The story’s outcome hinges on what choice the maturing teenager will make — whether to live by his grandfather’s set of homely virtues or to emulate his hard spare-no-skirt uncle Co-producer Ritt who also directed has gotten superb performances out of his first-rate cast Egan to Star HOLLYWOOD Calif — (UPI) — Screen Gems has signed Richard Egan to star in a new television dramatic sereis “Redigo” to begin next fall “Redigo” will be produced in Hollywood set in the contemporary West It will be broadcast over NBC-TV There was danger here that Newman as the uncle Hud Bannon had simply been given another vehicle to portray what has almost become his specialty as an actor — the outwardly hard but Inwardly soft son — to the exclusion of other dra-matio value The tendency has been controlled by a well balanced script and the skillfully managed Inter-relationship of Its characters The focus Is on a quartet of people rather than a single one No small credit for the atmosphere Find realism of the story should go to the flat dusty Texas setting with its converging canopy of cloud-dappled sky James Wong Howe’s camera’s have captured it all with spell-binding effectiveness Newman gives his role all the animal megnetlsm it calls for Douglas splendidly underplays the unhappy grandfather Young de Wilde now grown to tall slenderness sensitively portrays the grandson Lon And there is a particularly good performance by Miss TPRCH1CLUB muuo'kihimm Neal as their housekeeper who has been abandoned by a gam' bler-husband and la inwardly trying to fend off an attraction to another disaster in the form of Hud The story Is a depressing one but so well told and act' ed that it transcends its emotional murkiness to make It completly fascinating to watch The movie is currently on the screens of the Olympia Beach Gables Shores Essex Cutler Ridge Florida-H oily-wood Palms-Homestead and Florida-Fort Lauderdale Theaters "iIAP HAPPY GRANADA CLUB HS7 SW I Hi ST Check Herald Classified Ads Jfm WONDERFUL COancsL Mumc HAL I CELESTE S FEARER AND HIS ORCHESTRA FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS FROM 8:30 DINNERSUPPER (NO COVER NO MINIMUM) ON THE fasUvcjladsiA (Rdd BISCAYNE BLVD2nd TO 3rd STREETS T?'' jry AMERICA’S SMARTEST SUPPER CLUB FEATURING FOR DINNER-DAHCIHG MAL MALKIN BIS PIANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA YISIT THE STARLIGHT BAR FOR A SPECTACULAR VIEW in the swVCHACOTA LOURGE that tremendous musical group “THE INTERLUDES" plus CHICO "The Laughing Cuban” and his orchestra 2 'O FRANK NATALE TRIO ’ OOfJl (j Guest Stars Nightly— 930 PM 1 Ziggy Lane-Your Singing Host J Champagne Dance Mon JV i gnt Tony & Lucille Dancers VVl Gourmet Cantonese Food Served from 730 PM J Resenations : Louts JE 8-8811 oo(cJounjC Continuous Music of BASHAB0DELL Assisted by Andre Rendezvous of Celebrities Delightful Luncheons Cocktail Dancing to Leonardo 5:00-7:30 TM 07- r r- i Florida’s junirdc hs cb ROOM I Bernrd Mi most Elegant Room Marks and Follow the bouncing golf ball on an Hilarious around-the-world four guided by the zany personality and peppered with a welter of wisecrack from the inimitible "ski-nose" him self It's a comedy of errors replete with embarrassing situations foul-ups and faux pas starring Hope and his cluster of comic sidekicks You’ll be on the green and laughing from the start when you read Bob Hope’s first person travelog ”1 Owe Russia $1200" o I "7 Russia 51200" Bob Hope Starts Sunday in The UmlO A )

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