Colorado Springs Gazette-Telegraph from Colorado Springs, Colorado on May 14, 1966 · Page 4
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Colorado Springs Gazette-Telegraph from Colorado Springs, Colorado · Page 4

Colorado Springs, Colorado
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Saturday, May 14, 1966
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4-A—Gar* fit Telegraph Colorado Springs, Colo. Saturday, May 14, 1966 Looking at Hollywood OY FLORABEL MUIR By FLORABEL MUR HOLLYWOOD - Carroll Baker undertook to combine her talents with those of Eugene O'Neill in a stage revival of “Anna Christie" but. in the opinion of the drama review- j ers in this area, neither came 3 ! off very well Nevertheless, it ^ »as the theater event of the -J »j week, made so by the large lit turnout of stars and notables zf ii ^ and by the top-drawer midnight £ party which Carroll and her bus- ^ band. Producer Jack Garfein. hosted at Beverly Hills bistro Cecil Smith, the Los Angeles, Times critic, must have been reading my mind when he cap­ suled. The tragedy of Eugene 0 .Neill's Anna Christie* is that time has passed it by and die production at the Huntington Hartford theater with Carroll Baker cannot make up the Another, more biting. critique 'aid. The beautiful Miss Bakers vehicle becomes a hearse." So. taking one opinion wuh another. it seems safe to conclude that the image of Garbo as Anna" isn't going to «offer from Carrol s venture. Carroll «eemmg better suited to buttons and bows than to the garb J the O'Neill heroine. Her em> c twna! climaxes too much re- at «err.bled the shr'll tantrums < of a spoiled child. Just the !« sirre. tms luscious doll played < her hostess role flawlessiv. showing up at the bistro in a ^ S25.000 sable coat which she dof- I ted to reveal a oa> orange Bal- rr.a.a or gmal that was whipped | up for her sr. Paris last surr.-j me- She circulated amiably among her 3") r so quests andj finally settled into a group that included thr George Stevenses, the Willie Wylers, and Gregor, and Veromcue Peck Greg told me that hi^ first stage effort was in the rle of Matt Burke, making a woo to a co-i* ed when he wa> a Berkeley col legeian — It wiil cost *25 to •etra - tre rìrr, 3-o t-e^e ¡4 03—*30€ ' ^ —S i to tre eevator cPfv*-- Mr. g:ir that elevator y } '”e,àldetr* Tre wc , 6 * -st raüer at our * 1 he! o* # rO » Y\f\L '0 rair -4 wv? . 1 Vai i / Stag 2 ra-.e a ! f cock s ? If .ru ! don't o\e -e I sat whit Marcel Murceau. Lhe pantomimist. and his Parisian wie. and Efek Knarek. the Polish artist who is utilizing’ a room in Miss Baker's home! as studio while he s doing some family portraits of tne Kellogg cereal clan. It's Lie house where Harold and Gloria Hecht lived for >ears before their dv- > vrrce. Knarek related amusing anecdotes a boot Lach' Bird, tne < Rockefeller boys, and various I Supreme court justices who*« nave been his sitters Mme uj Marceau asked for an autograph f Charlton Heston and he < sent —f over touchtnglv in- I scribed w .ir a tribute to Marceau s artistry Jack Garden gave us a hair-raising account of h - adventures as a child in the Nazi deatr camp at Auschwitz. He was 15 wnen Americans rescued him in 1945 The star of ' Anna Christie" is Peter Larkin, whose stage settings are manificent This fellow is a uil mechanical wizard who still z drives a 192k Buga*t. tuned like < a swiss watch — but he won't f a.lew his wife at tr.e wheel’ . V ( ^ -O POKI 'pV>‘ « j \ Bex? C-.Eti a- SCCA -O O * . - y* ** *CAV£2AA- , 'JM «*-*» , i NCW wc s VADE A I O^V£RA FSi-rast : ”HE F-M STAR 5- «-U 8LAT-T/’ f «-t!* V A—-'« - at , s T í**n’3 u.e ' A^SiOKAfD-ON-T - r- - - •' Tfc?OC».C e* o© !*»(< A^'.sn <-.£« » SAW C*» O'® si AsO va woo \ ok u v * r / ' %Aii, f; ii Mia Farrow s agents are demanding S200.Q00 as her opening price for films, no takers yet but don't sell this chics short. The power of the printed word is at work for her. and the echoes of her wooing, if that's what it was. by Sinatra are still rev erberatmg. — Dory and Andre Previn, hav- 2 C mg completed 18 new numbers J ^ for the musical “Goodbye. Mr Z * 1 r. **s at Metro, aro n-uw —rO ^ Vo 19 until the girl is ca«t in **'e G-eer Garson ro;e — so it'll fit her The corps of midshipmen from Annapolis will greet Jom James when sne opens the new Club Venice in Baltimore on •Joe 31st. Jom tells me her Sutton Place apartment in New York was looted while sne was on her Boston engagement. Deooie Reynolds' contract« all give her Wednesdays off: it's the day she devotes to Girl Scout work Janice Rule back from New ^ York wailing in frustration, I can; f.nd a play, everything's a musical ” When you are smanermg sal- man steaks in water or court- bcuiljon. you'll need to give them about 12 minutes cooking time Serve the steaks chilled «o with homemade mayonnaise for ? lunca or Sunday night supper c Auto Glass BUCK and WHITE \Z2 N. Cascade 634 «75

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