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HOLLYWOOD
By SHCILAH GRAHAM
The Lovers Learn
HOLLYWOOD (NANA).
Robert Wagner will be going
to Europe with Natalie Wood
when she leaves for Italy to
star in “Lovers Must Learn.”
These lovers have "learned"—
to reconsider their decision for
divorce . . . Laurence Harvey
is on the trail of the person or
persons spreading gossip that
be did not get along with di-
Mctor Eddie Dmytryk during
their filming of “Walk on the
Wild Side." The only person he
did not get along with was co
llar Capuclne.
'■* ooeo
Sir Alee Guinness, very dis
appointed when director David
Lean tailored his “Lawrence of
Arabia” for younger Peter
O’Toole, has agreed to play an-
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other role in the Sam Spiegel
J production that of Prince
. Feisal. The fact that Sir Lau
rence Olivier is also in the
movie turned the decision for
Sir Alec. He will also star in
“Hawaii” and “The Greatest
Story Ever Told.”
Can an identical role fit
Brigitte Bardot and Ingrid
Bergman? The answer is yes,
apparently. "The Gouffee
1 Case,” scripted by Philip Yor
dan for Ingrid, has now been
set fpr Brigitte—because Ingrid
won’t work in the summer.
Brigette will work anytime she
gets a good role and lots of
money. Why not?
** • •
Bob Hope is holding out for
single sponsorship next season.
He won't be selling cars. Bob
canceled his July date with
Judy Garland at the Newport
Jazz Festival. Too busy finish
ing “Bachelor in Paradise,"
| and getting ready to leave for
England in mid-July.
It’s love that takes Joan
Fontaine on those flying trips
to Paris . . . Shirley MacLaine,
in Redbook: “Sometimes I
. think that Steve (her husband)
1 is off his rocker, but I never let
' on in front of Steffie (their
’ daughter).”
Young actor-singer Fabian is
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equipping his New Jersey home
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tennis court and swimming
pool. Now the question is when
will he be able to enjoy all
these luxuries? He goes into
one movie after another. Next,
next week at 20th-Fox: “A
Summer World.”
*• * e
Lelia Goldoni, who starred in
John Cassavetes prize-winning
film, "Shadows,” co-stars with!
top German actor Hardy
Kruger in “Citizen of Love.”|
She plays an Israeli girl in love
with a German boy, in spite of
family objections. The movie
will be filmed in Israel and
West Germany.
For a change. New York stage
star Anne Bancroft isn’t bitter
about her abortive career in
Hollywood. “The small film
roles were like summer stock for
me, which I had never done,”
she says. "Also. I was getting
paid a good salary and wear
ing gorgeous clothes." Anne is
repeating in the movie version
of “The Miracle Worker” in
New York.
«* ♦ •
That was a very lovey-dovey
pose at the London airport be
tween Stephen Boyd and Do
lores Hart when she arrived
there to co-star with the hand
some Irishman in “The In
spector.” But, while some press
agents are trying to make a
romance of it—so convenient
when two unmarried folks are
in the same movie—l happen to
know that Steve is in love with
a very nice English girl who has
been visiting here in California.
Marilyn Monroe wasn’t alone
in hating the winter of 1960-61
in New York. Monty Clift has
bought a home in Puerto Rico
to escape any future Manhat
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By LEONARD LYONS
Alone in Roxbury
By LEONARD LYONS
NEW YORK —Marilyn Mon
roe’s first real home was to
have been the 300-acre retreat
at Roxbury, Conn., bought by
Arthur Miller. Marilyn thought
she’d like Frank Lloyd Wright
to design the house. Their
i meeting was unusual in that
both the architect and the star
had a complex about being
tardy for appointments. Wright
arrived after Marilyn did, and
it was almost sundown when
they reached Roxbury.
They wanted Wright to draw
only a proposed sketch, but in
stead he drew complete plans—
for a home far more lavish
than the Millers expected.
Those designs now are in the
hands of the lawyers for
Wright's estate. Miller mod
ernized the simple farmhouse,
on his own. He filled a lake and
planted 2,000 trees. The play
wright is living there now,
alone, for the marriage did not
survive the home’s construc
tion.
•e e *
BILLING: Mike Nichols, who
rose to fame in partnership
with Elaine May—billed as
Mike and Elaine —will appear
,in E. E. Cummings* play,
“HIM.” with Phyllis Newman,
rhey discussed the possible bill
ing, to capitalize on reputation,
and decided it ought to be
“Mike & Elaine—but the part
of Elaine will be played by
Phyllis Newman.”
STATUS: Tammy Grimes,
star of "The Unsinkable Molly
Brown,” was signed to pose for
an advertisement for a popular
drink. She asked how much
would be paid to her hair
dresser to prepare her. SIOO
was the hairdresser’s allow
ance, she was told. But then she
heard that the hairdresser for
another star had received $125.
Miss Grimes demanded that
her hairdresser get $135. The
sponsor agreed and she posed
for the ad.
ee e e
TOUR: The Actors Studio
troupe that will tour South
America next month will have
an unusually low basic produc
tion cost—under $1,500 a week.
The producer, Larry Feldman,
achieved this by turning the
production into a cooperative
for the cast of six. The stars,
for example, rejected the ex
pensive costumes designed for
them and chose cheaper ones
—because now, as equal part
ners, the savings would inure
to their benefit.
*• • «
ROLE: In 1947 Rita Gam
played a 14-year-old boy in the
pageant, “A Flag Is Bom.” Last
week Paddy Chayefsky offered
her the role of the lsxyear-old
dancing girl in "Gideon.” Miss
Gam turned it down, sighing:
“I don’t think I could switch,
after 14 years, from playing a
14-year-old boy to playing a
14-year-old girl.”
e• e e
RUSE: Lee Tracy, who cre
ated the President’s role in
Gore Vidal’s play, “The Best
Man,” suddenly had some
heated words with the others,
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not coming back for the next
' act,” Tracy announced, entered
‘ his dressing room and slammed
; the door. The others waited
'• and waited—until they finally
’ realized that the President
! "dies" after the second act, and
: doesn’t appear in the third act
; at an.
■•• ♦ •
STRIKE: The artists who
live in lofts and who have re
ceived summonses for technical
violations have organized into
an Artiste-Tenants Association.
They plan, September 11, to
; withdraw all their paintings
, and sculptures from New York
galleries, byway of boycott.
The group, whose address is
P.O. Box 308, New York 11,
N. Y.. Includes DeKooning,
Klein, John Chamberlain,
Motherwell, Chaim Cross.
♦e ♦ a
TIME: Nancy Walker, costar
of "Do Re Mel,” took her
, daughter Miranda to a Sunday
, performance of "Pal Joey” at
i the City Center. . . . The last
• time “Pal Joey” was revived,
, Nancy Walker attended, but
, then had to leave during the
second act to have Miranda.
•* • «
i FUSS: There have been some
; press comments concerning the
’ Harwyn Club incident men
tioned in Richard Getman’s
book, "Sinatra and the Rat
, Pack.” A photographer had
claimed that Sinatra tried to
run him down, while shouting
that he hated newspapermen.
In refuting this story, I re
ported that I was with Sinatra
at the time. Last week a report
was printed that Sinatra there
after "rudely snubbed me.” If I
had been snubbed, frankly, I
was unaware of it. I last saw
Sinatra at the inaugural gala,
where we exchanged warm
greetings.
e* • a
PROFIT: A visitor at Jacques
Lipchitz's home offered to buy
one of his sculptures for SSOO.
The sculptor turned it down.
His 12 - year -old daughter,
who’d watched him make the
sculpture, said: “But, Father—
that’s $498 profit.”
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Rear Admiral Harold M.
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American Affairs Office of the
Chief of Naval Operations, and
Rear Admiral Pau) L. Dudley,
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Washington, D. C.
Friday, June 30, 1961
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