Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 30, 1973 · Page 83
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 83

Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, June 30, 1973
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Wwkshop students in production StudfJ) Sombrero's High School Drama Workshop will offer a production of musical comedy, ffiime and drama Sunday-July 1 at 7:30 p.m. at Sombrero Playhouse, 4747 N. Seventh St. x All., students in the work/ shop Will" appear, directed by Gary Clark, Holly Michaels, Penny., Mfetropulos and 'JoAnn Naylor. Tickets for t,\ie event are $1 each. Total/ "proceeds will "establish' a' Studio Sombrero scholarship fund for fu- tur^ students. A scene from Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream'4.vy|H be performed, as well "as a short play by George M.. Cohan, "Common Clay-Court" mime show has been by, the students under isionof Holly Mi- ector of the New lew recently, seen ix Little Theater, imedy numbers are 're a Good Man, irown" and "The -" students include Lisa^&bterman, David Anderson, *SGlIy Fantasia, Kim G o s n e y/Carol Greenfield, Vikki Lyman, Bob Napora, Steve Pttzel, Don Rawley, Kathleen Redman, Shelly Smith, Paul Webber and Missy Womer. Liz Taylor passes up 'Dancing' premiere to watch Dean ALL EDITIONS Angclc* Times Service HOLLYWOOD - The Richard Burtons didn't attend the world premiere of MGM's "The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing" in our suburban Westwood. They remained in New York. But producer Martin Poll (who has Elizabeth Taylor upcoming in, "Night Watch") had the hoky expla-, nation of the week for their nonarrival. "Elizabeth told me yesterday she was so fas- chiated watching John Dean in the Watergate hearings she couldn't leave the TV set." Someone at Ann and Morton Sterling's supper party af* ter the benefit opening for the Concern foundation for Cancer Research said it: "Elizabeth probably thinks that Watergate's a new drink." Watching Dean? Mrs. Burton was undoubtedly watching Richard. . She's lucky she wasn't watching "Cat Dancing." In case you've forgotten, the movie that stars Burt Rey- 'nolds/,(he was at the premiere,- with his lovely Dinah Shore, in pink) and Sarah Miles made headlines after the well-publicized death of Miss Miles' business manager, David Whiting, at Gila Bend in Arizona. Metro ought to revive the case: "Dancing" needs all the publicity it can get. And it has been getting some. The ads, for example: Over a photo Of Reynolds, Who's very clad 'in an ankle- length coat and wielding a gun, with a head shot of Ms. Miles below is the caption; "Two women loved him. One died for him. One killed for him." Then there has been a battle over screen credit for the adaptation of Marilyn Durham's novel. After seeing the film, 1 can't imagine why. Miss Miles should get this year's Patsy award for her a n i m a 1 -1 i k e grunts and groans. And the dialog leaves much to be desired. This might not matter if "Dane* ing" were a fast-moving ae* tion film, but in fact the mov* ie is simply actionable — to its audiences. The co-producer, who Martin Poll tells me "just owned the property, she was co-prod u c e r Ml name only," is Eleanof Perry. Ms. Perry got sole credit from the Writers Guild of America West.. Bill Norton claims that he rewrote the film after Ms. Perry abandoned three versions she'd written, and that MGM sent out telegrams sajdng the writing credit would be shared by Norton and Perry. "Perry then protested the credit," says Norton. "So we went to arbitration. Mary Dorfman of the Writers Guild showed me a box of 12 scripts for the movie. "Director Brian Mutton ("X, Y and Zee") had done one version; Tracy Keenan Wynn came in for a week af- ter I had left; Robert Bolt did some work while the film was on location." Norton admits he "locked horns" with "Dancing "s" director.* Richard Sarafian — which is why he left the project. Mrs. Perry was a sore winner: She didn't show up for the World premiere. Like the Burtons, she stayed in'Man- hattan. Jack Warden,,as the movie's villain, stood out in the cast - and at the party The Afl«on« Republic B*2L afterward. Among the shows Phoenix, Sat., June 30, 1973 " * were Lucie Arnaz with her estranged Phil Vandervoort, Mcrv Griffin with (would you believe?) Eva Gabor, Max Factor with Dorothy Treloar, Duny Cashion with Margol Silliphant, Jack Haley Jr. with Skybe Aubrey, Daniel Melnick with Joanna Cassidy, Dr. Rex Kennamer, the Larry Harveys (Paulene with brand Icne Holt. Anyway, It was all for a very good cause. "It's not that Richard Harris, Rod Taylor or Al Lettieri have anything against stuhl- men," says the press agent's new reddened hair). George Christy with Gloria Parkes, and Rupert Allan with Char- letter. 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