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September 12, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

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On Stages Of Burbank Studio Sam Spade Jr. Now Flies In San Francisco LOS ANGELES (AP) --| George Segal, son of Humphrey 1 Bogarl? It is happening on the sUiges of The BUrbahk Studio with the fourth f i l m fligtit of the Maltese Falcon. Dasliiell Hammell's mystery novel, which set the standard for two generations of defective story writers, was filmed by Warner Brothers- in 1931, with Ricardo Corlez as Sam Spade and Behe Daniels as the fcmmc fatalo. In 1330, the plot was refurbished as "Satan Met a Lady," with Warren William and Belle .Davis as stars. "The Maltese ?alcon" was given the classic lix*almcnl in 1941 by John Huston in his debut as a director. Humphrey Bogart played the definitive Sam Spade, supported sunerbly by Mary Astor. Sydney Grecn- slrcet and Peter Loi'l'c. Now Columbia Pictures is making "The Block Bird ... or The Maltese Falcon Flics Again." Rut it is not quile the same. George Segal is Sam Spade Jr. in contomnovary San Francisco. He inherits his father's private - bye business, along with the longtime office secretary, Effie: The role is again being played 33 years later _: by Lee P a t r i c k . Another holdover from the 1941 cast Is Elisha Cook Jr. "But this isn't a remake of The Maltese Falcon,'" said li- ·cctor-writer David Gil or, who s making his own directorial icbut. "It's more of a comedy .reatment of the same male- rial." . i H is a dream assignment for actor Segal, and lie is enjoying Orders Negotiation FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) A federal judge said Wednesday he would order officials the Wolverine Toy Co. of at Booneville and Local 590 of the Allied Industrial Workers of America to agree to negcliate any grievances. About, 180 employes walked out on an unauthorized strike at the plant last week, citing poor working conditions. Judge John E. Miller of U.S. District Court granted a temporary restrain ing order prohibiting the strike at the request ot Wolverine officials. A hearing for a preliminary injunction against the unior had been scheduled for Wednesday, but Miller said attorneys for both sides had "finalized an agreement Tuesday." Under the current contract he said, the strike was illegal but the' order would require both sides to hear complaints. himself immensely. VVhen interviewed he had just finished a bedroom scene with the s u l t r y leading lady, Steph- anc Audran. In his dressing room, lie offered to share supply of c h a m p a g n e and cav- ar with his visitor. "I'm treating myself," Segal said exhubcranlly. "After all, when you have-a splendid bou doir scene, you should live if, up -- champagne "We .actors have it better to day --sex on the set. Poor Er rol Flynn and all those chaste little kisses from Olivia Delia villand!" He was kidding, one must be lieve. Upon reflection, he admitted there is no thrill in before-the-camera passion. "It's all vcrj controlled," he said. "I remember when I did my first kiss in a movie; it was 'The New Interns,' and the girl was Inger Stevens. "1 was terrified. Her hair was beautifully done, and I didn't k n o w whether to put my hands under il or on il. Did my nose go on (he right side or the left? Would our noses hit? "It's always that way -- simply a matter of hitting your marks. You're uncomfortable, and (he actress is just as uncomfortable!. Through your mutual discomfort, you get to be friends. That's all'. Friends." NorthweW Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., Sept. 12, 1974 AVETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS Hearing On Nixon Budget Senator Joseph M, Montoya, D-N.M., chairman of a Senate appropriation subcommittee, left, listens to testimony from A r t h u r S. Samson, Gen- eral Services Administration, alion'1 the $850,000 budget for former President Nixon's return to iirivatc life. Montoya said the Ford Administration was apparently 'given quife a snov; job' by Nixon aides w~ helped prepare HIE budget. 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