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Mad World of Fun at Hellman; Light-Hearted Love Tale at Palace
By DANIEL L. CUSICK
"It's a Mad, Mad. Mad,
Mad World," now at the Hellman, is a funny, funny, funny
picture loaded with stars,
stars and more stars. The
movie centers around a
greedy race to reach some
tost money.
When Milton Berk. Ethel
Merman. Buddy Hackett, Jonathan Winters, Edie Adams,
Phil Silvers and Sid Caesar
are the participants in such
a race the farcial side of life
is bound to show through.
The mad search takes the
interest of the police captain,
Spencer Tracy, and makes
him forget retirement, vacation and himself.
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the loot and the biggest
•ccmt of CsK soow.
All ends as it started, in a
mess, but the daredevil driving, the scenes of utter havoc
played on personal property
and the harebrained situations have been enough to
wear out the strongest viewer.
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are recovered, but not before a number of heart-stopWhen Miss MJJS is corner- ping moments wnen it looks
ed in the struct ire by an evil as though the lead players
Greek hotel owner (Eli Wal- have made their last movie
lach) she makes her way out due to dangero'is stunts durby using the natural advantages of the machine in a ing the chase.
way thai must be seen to b*
appreciated for its inventive' HAYLEY MILLS improves
ness.
with each new exposure. She
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is. a talented young actress
POLA NEGRI, having lost who promises much in funone of her beauty in the ture roles, but whose freshyears between her last film ness is entirety enjoyable
and the present one, plays
NOW ENDS TUES.
a multi-miUior.airess who
smuggles gems for which
Peter McEnery is being
blamed.
setting for a truly thrilling
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TERRY-THOMAS is his
usual marvelous self, Merman
is as brash as, ever, Phil
Silvers still looks like he is
playing Sergeant Bilko and
the vignettes of Jack Benny,
Paul Ford and Arnold Stang
have been worth every minute
of the film.
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BEFORE IT IS all over,
the wreckage of gas stations,
MYSTERIOUS MADAME HABIB-Pola Negri, left, plays the wealthy jewel thief
THE PALACE'S "Moonwho holds Hayley Mills at bay while a cowardly leopard looks on in "The Moondreams of wealth and many Spinners" is another of the
Spinners."
nerves are shattered liberal- light-hearted Disiiey releases
ly about the screen. Mickey featuring the taiented young
J e a n n e C r a i n im Colonie f o r T e n t Show
Rooney and British comic, Hayley Mills.
Terry-Thomas get into the act
The tale of love and intoo.
trigue takes place on the isThe money that sends all land of Crete where, in typiof these people on the mad cal Disney style, we get
Looking lovelier and slimmer Italy, is one of life's major three days in Madrid once, but race has been buried in a
than any of her many pictures pleasures for Miss Crain. She now I hope to see A^iia, where mysterious place some IS many photos of the spectacuever .had her, Jeanne Crain shifts her position in her chair, Santa Teresa was, and some years before. Tracy, as the lar scenery. One of the issettles into a comfortable posipolice chief, makes off with land's windmills provides a
breeeed into the coffee shop of tion and says, "Loro e io par- cities in Andalucia."
the Thunderbird Motel at yes- liamo Italiano" which was a Visitors to Iberia, in the few
4 MILES NORTH
OF LAKE GEORGE
terday's lunch hour. Her soft, gracious invitation to converse months after October may hap- Likes Riding
ON RTE.9N
pen across a sylph-like pamtwarm smile and handshake in Italian.
OPERA
wore ,like those reserved for "My father was a teacher of « on the plains of Castile If Hollywood (UPI) — Doug Mc
Clure,
a
regular
on
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old friends. But doesn't the languages (Spanish and French) Jeanne
Crain. You will receive ginians video show, rode his
fiLm medium create that kind at UCLA and I suppose I got the same warm smile that is horse between sets when he
TONITE AT 8:40
of bond between star and fan my love of them from him," remembered from our conver- played a supporting role in
H. M. S. Pinafore
Miss Crain said. Her seemingly sation.
The Lively Set at Universal
SAT. AT 1:40
ar-yhaw?
flawless Italian was gained in If you are more eager, Miss studios.
THE ELIXIR Of LOVE
A qimble toss of the head a 9-month movie filming in Crain can be seen for the rest
For Ticket* . . .
and 3, few mysterious manipu- Italy.
Phono (St 8) 668-9998
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of the week in "Claudia" at the
or 668-5797 or at
lations by her slender fingers "I can't just arbitrarily de- Colonie Music Tent in Latham.
Blue Noto Shop—Albany
had Miss Crain's strawberry cide to go because my family
(D.L.C.)
bronde lfair cured of its dose needs caring for, but I love to
of Route 5 wind. Asked how paint and am a haunter of muEddie Rich's Colonic Music seums. At every opportunity,
2 Troy D o n a h u e Hits
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Tent was lucky enough to snag I get started on a painting of
Theatre
D R ITHRU
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the usually nontouring star, she some scene (Italian) that I par- TONITf
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replied: "Oh, it-s fun doing ticularly like," she said.
"CARPETBAGGERS''
this, but only for 4 weeks. My
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A L o - I A W OF THE LAWLESS"
TONITE THRU SATURDAY
To Make Film In Spain
five children are home from
Take Her. She's,*,
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school for the summer and I Jeanne Crain has been mak
can't be away from them for inf many TV appearances in the
Mine
J A M S SIIWART - SANDRA M i
too lotfg."
last few years, but her Inter
I n d COIOR HIT
Five children, indeed, and est in movies and travel will
Donovan's
Reef
with Connio Stovortt
Mi S uf Scht.1» ftt '.46
she hardly looks like more have her making the trans-atJOHN WAYNE
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Mr < o i i r f i r i o i w r f C o m f o r t
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than a new bride. But when larttic crossing again in October
Jeanne Crain begins to relate for a filming, on location, in 'DISTANT TRUMPET'
W m H o l d . n A u d - . y H.pburr.
the places she's been and the Madrid,
numerous movies and TV ap- "Spain is a country I've al 'Paris When It Sizzles'
pearances she has made, this ways wanted to see. I spent
Cliff Robertson— Jant> Fonda
five children idea seems enTHE BEST
tirely ^possible over the course
AUTO VISION MOHAWK
FOR LESS!
of those years.
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From her yacht, the camera pans out to a festival
scene which nas the spectacle and realism that is infectious. Dancing in the
streets,
confetti,
colored
lights and singing crowds fill
the screen for a few moments and counterpoint the
intrigue to which they are
a background.
She s Lovely, with a Warm Smile
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HIWAYf^wl
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"DISTANT
TRUMPET"
"PALM "SPRINGS
WEEKEND"
CARMAN
"SUNDAY IN
NEW YORK"
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After a chase, the jewels
even now. Mr. wallach and
Irene Papas provide strong
support in the sub-roles.
Color and photography are
of the highest quality and
the story leaves you smiling
and happy that everything
turned out all right.
WINNER OF 3
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JEANNE CRAIN
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ALBANY INSTITUTE-A one
man show of drawings and
paintings by Douglas Gorsline
through Sept. 13.
BRANCHE— "Take Hef, She's
Mine." 7. "Donovan's Reef."
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DFXAWARE-' Doctor In bistress " 7 25, ,933
HELLMAN-its a Mad, Mad.
Mad, Mad World." 1, 3:35,
Sift. 8:45.
LELAND —"Plavgirls International." 11.20, 155, 430, 7:05,
9 40. "Hideout in the Sun."
12 38. 3 13, 5:48. 8:23.
M A D I S O N - ' Lilies of the
Field." Warm-hearted story.
115. 5.15. 920. "Hud." 3:15.
7 20.
TALACE —"The Moon Spinners." Adventure story for
children. 1:10. 3:55. 6:40. 9:25
'Beaver Vallev." Nature tale.
-12 35, 3 20, 6,8:45.
R I T Z - H o w the West Was
Won." Gala western. I0i»,
115. 3:45, 6:15, 9.
S T R A N D _ « T h e Carpetbaggers." 3:3S. 6:26, 9:17.
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