The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah on May 9, 1961 · Page 7
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The Salt L»k« Tribune, Tuesday, May 9, Deborah Walley, a diminutive package—five feet two anti 99 pounds—makes debut in movie "GMget Goes Hawaiian." Diminutive Actress to Make Debut in Hawaiian Movie Film DirCCtOr Of 'Exodus' Blasts Critics »y AswcUUd rreu LONDON, May 8 — Otto Pr*minjt«r Monday hit hack at caustic British critics who have blasted his movie, "Exodus." Speaking at a luncheon to the critics, Preminger said: 'Critic Fell Asleep' "One critic wrot* that a fellow critic fell asleep during the showing of my picture, he said, "Now I say to you, any critic who falls asleep Is not doing his job." It wasn't a critic who fell asleep-Mr, was a friend he took to the press showing." Perminger g ] o w e r e d at him, then smiled. "Like all pepole who make pictures," said the director- producer, "I have a very highly developed ego. Expects Bad Reviews "I have, had good notices in America and Canada and in Cannes—the only places where 'Exodus 1 has been shown. I expected bad reviews in London and I'm not particularly disappointed." Someone shouted that the picture was so long it was natural to fall asleep. It runs more than three hours. Preminger held up his hand for silence. 'J)on't Sleep, Write' "I don't object, to critics falling asleep." he said, "I object to them falling asleep and writing about it." When Preminger finished he—unlike his latest picture —received an ovation from -hf. critics. .y Kilg«llen'»Broa<i<riY Ought to Be a Bash at Basin Street Apollo NEW YORK — Singer Dinah Washington and her seventh husband, . Rafael Campos, have reconciled over the lonf-dis. t a n c e ' telephone, taking back all the nasty things they said during the big fight. Rafael will fly in from Hollywood to join Dinah w h e n she opens at Theatre. It . ought to be mighty lively ,when Louis. Armstrong and Julie Wilson share the bandstand at Basin Street East. The fur is beginning to fly already. Storm Gathers Joe Glaser is steamed at Julie's handlers for releas. ing information about the engagement which he considered "unfavorable" to Louis, and he wants it distinctly understood that .Tuiie never would have been booked into the club without Armstrong's approval. "Even the owners of Basin Street East couid not okeh anyone without Louis," avers, the indignant Mr. Glaser. And so the storm clouds gather. T!M.V Over TV Every theatrical union )s in a tizzy over how to handle pay.TV, with top echelon huddles scheduled all along Shubert Alley. The problem has come into sudden sharp focus now that they've begun to televise Broadway shows. It seems serious with Nancy Kwan and Maximil•east <» There's a certain mystery and magic in that film billing "._. .and introducing ..." a player hitherto unknown. In this case, it's tiny, red- haired Deborah Walley. introduced in "Gidget Goes Hawaiian." coming to the Uptown Theatre. As for the 19-year-old in- troducee, she's new to film audiences, but every art of adroit showmanship is hers. The daughter of the famous Ice Capadss skating team, The Walloys, she began appearing in her parents' act when she was three, and kept right on skating—she was also a successful child model — until, in her early teens, she abandoned the rink for wider .horizons of acting. 8:30 Sheolc Tip: * "You'rft N-ilhir T.« Youn, Nor T., our 400 BLOWS' • nt U:tt Length Feature TONY / DEAN ; JANE, CURTIS-MARTIN-LEIG 7:1* _ BA 3-SttS »:I3—I** FMtur* » : 4J INGMAR BERGMAN'S LAST DAYS! CHOICE SEATS. ORDER NOW,**, OF THE LAWRENCE WELK SHOW AlADDIN-lARRY HOOPER-ROCKY ROCKWEU-AND OTHERS TOMORROW PHONE EM 3-4451 BIG 2 HOUR SHOW! Papular Prices—Reicryed $••>» *3.50 • »3.00 - *2.50 Gsnerol AoWsn'on $| y< TICKtTS NOW ON SAIE AT THE TEFHACt, 4M SOUTH MAIN "A ROWDY MUSICAL ABOUT THE DUNES Vegas, May 18 For Room or Show Reservation* INgersol 7-9439 tEST ACTRESS Of THl TEAR ELIZABETH TAYIOR LAURENCE KUVEY \ IIII * f * Illl *»^OM*^-S rt *BUTTERFIELDO Of», 4:34, Ji,, w «, o^-k Ainli. $1, Children FXEE wichii. c*ld rfrinki t ic» tfxm anrf Hop-'--- "-rsreunrf! TODAY & WIO. ONLY Mi 9 h Quality, 5*nrk CONVENIENT IOCATK3KS 1UTE v&S DK/VE-/M ~ ~ - " " " v*'« Motor View -J341 - ITcctrk Iii-C«r Ke«t«r» - W ENDS TONITE it Amur Ma«iNE IN A NKf WORK ... nicer in TECHNICOLOR!!! CO^NTI lian Schel!. They're planning * trip to Hong Kong so he cm meet her parents. ; y Hldinr, But Hew ? /Sonny Listen and Floyd Patterson probably will wage their Ji«]« war in June. 1362. ' . Everyone's been speculating about where Hugh O'Brjan and iorrner Queen Soraya might'b«'hiding out —but how far from Chicago can they be? Hugh's slatetj to operi in "Heaven • Can Wait" M the Drury Lane Theater Saturday. '•" ' • Seems Natural John Wayne, who scored such a triumph . in- Ernest Gann's "The High arid the Mighty," is dyirig to-do the film version of Gann's current best seller, "Fate Is the Hunter." It'll be up to Carry] Zanuck, who owns the flicker rights. Despite rumors to the contrary. Col. Serge Obolensky Js still very much a part o'f the St. Regis 'family and takes an active part in running the. hotel, along with new owner Cesar Balsa and general manager Pierre Bultinck. FoX: h ' F I LM S TODA Y UPTOWN OPEN NOON BAHY' EM 3-7444 FKEE uft.t 5 CANTINFLAS •«j GUEST STARS hi PEPE • C»lmr RIALTO 177 5. M.m • U 5-3611 F'«» Pirklnq »,'ler t NOW M POFUlAt CKICESI Lest 3 Daysl BEN-HUR Nijhtly >t I p.m. Adult* IJB. ChiHr.B /S. SO.EAST l.rfi.,- Mir. ^ Of. t p.m. IN 7-MW7— Tu,nr HMK. tOTH IN COIO* C. Grant. Deborah Kerr "CRASS JS GREE.VER" l-ana Turner. S. Dee "PO»T*A1T IN HACK" MURRAY l«t Day • Opci 7 p.m. 4HI S. Sicrit. AM4-JWJ J«fin W-iyn., ». WIdmork "THE AlAMO" III lij Scr»n Txhni<«l«r •M H>M>. F.rixnWtl "PARIS HOUDAY" 3W1.Hijhl.iH D, • HU7-7W4 • p.m. TONIGHT at « (I.SC-ZMI OTTO PHemiNtER PRESENTS NIGHTIY AT t P.M MATS W.d.. S «., «„,,.. H ,l M i , m XESEHVED SEATJ ONIY Tick.l, Av.il.kU N»«n-> p m 2'*T P « 5t ' ! * '"'•"••"•«- HU7.7W* J«t. t . Only SI TONITE MAX ENGMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA T.OO PER PERSON An Evening of Friendship and Fu,i — Meet New Friends s. «m WIST 7-.IW— \tttl-.i 7St Till 7-30, Tfwn SKW-OiiMrM F,.. eNOS TONITl JOHN WAYNI H ,w RIO BRAVO" Oven Mcrtrri KlUl 'THE SEARCHIRS" Peter Ustinov gets laughs describing a social event at which he found himself dancing with Jayne Mansfield. When asked for his reaction he says, "It fe!t rather like lifeboat drill on the Queen Mary." Frank Ross, who has been married to Joan Caulfield and Jean Arthur, is about to become a bridegroom again. David Merriek is really running a tight ship at "Car- njval." Incredible example: Kay Ballard, prominently featured in the show, doesn't rate a single pair of house scats. And she's wrrk'ng for about a fourth of her night club salary. Christine Jorgensen made HATURI NMIS . .. ,». itt" lUtoM 12:00, 2:0», 4:10, *:l«, I:M. )* : J« (Mot-f-V.) l-.iM. IMS. G«i» Wiln Ihi WlMl" >J:J|, 4:*, <:*•• li"P«>»»r" »2, 3:«. «:«, !«:«. "••Id" I:M. >:IJ. i:J5. HURRY! POSITIVELY ONLY 9 MORE DAYS tox OP. OAKY AT 1J NOON Op. 11 neon. $1 Till 5, 1htn Jl.JJ. ch. 15 t O r . — Moror-vu— ?!>• 1>:<s - 75t Till 5. ].„„ ^,, (.h. «c STATE Hit 11:45 11. "SONG WITHOUT END" I Copuctrc—Di'rfc i»ao,l, [2. "JAILBREAKERS" 13. "THUNDER OVER HAWAII' OPEN 4:30. 41» SO. ITH WEST 5 All-TIMI C«AT COMED«S In Color " * /"!*"•" Tack.r *"*'»' Criffith Myr.n VtC«,mi t k I *;45 — 11. 28 IABIEJ- NIGH1. Never a spoken at the CROSSROADS RESTAURANT (Hotel Utah Molor Lodge) And the food? Delicious! Service? The Best! Prices? Very Reasonable! Free parking CROSSROADS RESTAURANT the Left Bank scene with it new beau and an artichoke hairdo. A famous basebaj] player is heading lor more trouble than just a batting slump. He's been making the jbcil bars with a model who isn't anything like his wife. THE REVELS...THE RAVAGES TH! REVOLT OF THE AGES! WONOH . UNb • . OWO -*GM MTAH. ' WINTK4 : FLEMING JEFFRIES MORENO CERVIRIVELLE5 Gil* • Starts Tomorrow • 1st Run GEM powmowK AUTORIUM m ,v H N EJVDS 'ILMER GANTRY'' GEM & REDWOOD * »THI APARTMENT" NOT SINCE | ...HAS THE SCREEN EXPLODED WITH SUCH I MIGHTY FURY! <. AMERICAN-INTERNATIONAL »,„ .»COLOR m SPECTAMATION OUGH-;^ l->-,. «. HERMAN COHEN • STARTS TOMORROW LYRIC »owm 0 wH HYLAND MtWf.lN E.\HS " THI HOODLUM W:|ST" "FiVt GUNS TO TOMMTONI*

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