Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on November 5, 1969 · Page 72
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 72

Phoenix, Arizona
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Wednesday, November 5, 1969
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KtHUb-UU cm J8 The Arizona RepuMtfc O Phoenix, Wed., Nov, 5,1969 THOMAS GOLttTttWAItE -Be warned that "The Mad- tvpman of Chaillot," now at the Kachina Theater, is one o the duller film adaptations of Actable stage plays. ;But if you go only looking Katherlne Hepburn, you'li it a lovely portrait of an actress. pKaty, as the belle dame in <&trtravagantly fluffy , fin du le frumperyj has caught hearts of her little Part- quarter. She parades In gfrand old regime pomp, Space age traffic swirling about her. ' ^ fiA kook, to be sure, but only ttbtty enough to be appalled Bjr the greed and profiteering mat has. corroded her beloved EMs. '' tale is an allegory, and if isn't surprising that this if^gal madwoman, like the articulate Shakespearean fool, sQows herself to be less mad than her deportment suggests. \y • '• ... '•• . Inadvertently, she stumbles oflto an elegant , gang of Vrtalthy rascals and, determined to destroy them and their ideals, lures them into a fatal trap. |*They are: Charles Boyer (Capitalism), Yul Brynner (in- dostry), John Gavin (church), Saul Henreid (military), Os- c|r Homolka (communism) and Donald Pleasence (anarchist). ;$This is all handled in a very staged way; , and when the starched dialogue needs some fresh air, the camera takes p|er with wonderful gimmicks oj its own. -• ; * ."',•-.,.• >As in Miss Hepburn's earlier effort, "Lion in Winter," the cjjlor is ^gorgeous, i ;::; ' . " ;3But also as in . the earlier film, any sense* of drama; is sacrificed for , quaint . thea- tijcs; and each little tender sieene has affixed to it a rfbrry, irreverent code 'to save itself from the uncer- tmnties of :melodrama. ^ -Danny Kaye,' a ragpicker, and Margaret Leigh ton; another madwoman- of sbrtsi only obey proscenium iri : stincts and come no closer to us than recitation. 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