Sight And Sound, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-07


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SIGHT AND SOUND By Leo Mishkin NEW YORK May 6 STAREWAY TO THE STARS Zsa Zsa at the Plazsa iry Cooper trying to hide the small bandage on his ear lobe following his facelift by keeping his hand on the side of his head throughout two hours of Morocco Jill Corey was Marty Kimmeling there Mickey1 Man ¬ tle Don Larsen and Hank Bauer making a short stop at Harwyn No hits or runs just laughs Beatrice Lille coasttocoastmg the new car she picked up in California Gisele Mac Kenzie planning a summer in England Ditto Polly Bergen A A A AOFF OFF THE RECORD ABCTV bought a halfmillion dollars worth of special in ¬ surance of Frank Sinatra when they heard he was going to vacation in the Middle East Elizabeth Taylor calls Debbie and Eddie in the wee hours They come right over and help make the long and lonely nights shorter Huntington Hartford re EITOI Flynn He hasnt heard the last of this Hartfords expected to bring the actor up on charges at Equity for leaving Jane Eyre in midstream The Copa cabana plans to open for lunch and cock ¬ tails in the near future Ernest Hem ¬ ingways selling The Battlers to the wide screens PARAGRAPHIC Hes an actors agent Last week the ARB television people unwittingly installed one of their tabu ¬ lating gadgets in his aparement It records which shows he watches Gleefully rub ¬ bing his hands together he explains I use it for a hate machine There are peo ple with shows on the air that Ive had bad dealings with I tune it to their chan ¬ nel and leave it on until their shows come on the air then I switch to the other channels And when I switch it it repre ¬ sents a quarter of a million people peopleA A A A 1 SHUBERT ALLEY The Life of Samuel Johnson which clicked so big on TVia Omnibus was acquired for Broadway by producer Cheryl Crawford Shes discussing it with Peter Ustinov who played it on the air Lady Chatterlys Lover will be produced by Bill Grimes Thats the torrid book with the asbestos covers Cam pobello and The Music Man are the hottest tickets Some of the other big hits are feeling the recession A A A r rFIRST FIRST NIGHT NIGHTv v Although some of the t drama critics gave Huntington Hartfords play the Eyre Jane and I enjoyed it tre ¬ mendously From a purely nonlearned critic point of view we were thoroughly en ¬ tertained Jane Eyre is a long book and Hartfords adaptation seems to have cap ¬ tured it all Ben Edwards scenery and Eric Portmans performance were brilliant After the show we went over to a little party Mr Hartford threw at his home Ac ¬ tually it was held in a suite of rooms in the theContinued Continued on Page FortyTwo SIGHT AND SOUND SOUNDBy By LEO MISHKLN Continued from Page Two TwoBasement Basement which is at the disposal of the tenants who wish to hold large blasts like this one without risking the usual hazards of cigarettes on the carpet drinks on the upholstery etc which t ccur at Afterthe Opening parties There is also a garden overlooking the East River and an indoor swimming pool No one save a few sad dened investors ventured near the latter lattert t A A AAt At the theatre earlier in the evening Paulette Goddard proved again that its not what you wear but Who You Are Someone pointed to a long furry coat Is that chinchilla we were asked At first glance it didnt seem like the chinchilla we have come to know and love It was too white At second glance it was being worn by a familiar face Oh said an actress it must be chinchilla Thats Paulette Goddard Actually it was chinchilla but as long as Miss Goddard was wearing it it would have been chinchilla even if it was rabbit

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