The Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 15, 1965 Page: 3 of 6
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Thursday, July 15, 1965
THE R A MBLER
54 /?<«/ WcCor
Ed's note . . . This column is the
first in a series of The Rambler's
amusement section written by the
Brothers McCoy. Its purposes . . .
entertatnment tidbits around
rn . . Nc
Ronnie & Danny McCoy
-t-t -perSo n a I i t i es.
TYVC's Joy Garrett, may be more
than just M.C. at this year's MRs
The controversial life of Jean
Harlow is brought to the screen
for the second lime in Fort Worth.
For our money it took the second
effort to erase the memory of the
sick Electro Vision film featuring
Carol k'y.nley. ?
If one has seen both versions of
the blonde star's life, then it is
,.clear ihat, there is no-comparison
between them. The Joseph E. Le-
vine production of "Harlow" star-
ring Carrol! Baker is a picture
which vividly recreates the fabu-
lous career of the legendary love
After Carroll Baker landed the
role she spent, months in prepara-
tion for the part. She read every-
thing she could uncover about the
electrifying star and spent hours
in projection rooms looking at
her films. The reward for, all the
time and effort is that Miss Baker
has brought Jean Harlow to vivid,
full-dimensional life on the screen.
She has re-created with flawless
perfection the Harlow mannerisms,
postures — arTd eveiyher walk.
This is undoubtedly the best job
of acting that Carroll Baker has
done to date. Red Buttons, the one-
time comic, also does a fine job
portraying Harlow's agent. If the
Electro-Vision portrayal of the life
of Jean Harlow left a bad taste
in your mouth, freshen it a^ain
by seeing Carroll Baker as "Har-
Rumor has it. that the shows in
contention for next year's musical
are: Guys & Dolls, Gentlemen Pre-
fer Blondes, Gypsy and How to
Succeed in Business Without Real-
ly Trying. A (Hjnnxe of pace from
light. comedyVto heavy drama is
due for the fall production with
the possibility of or
musical review s;mmvicfTe<T in be-
Around town . . . TW players
Linda Baldridr'e and Jack S-f.ut.e-
viile, who still feel the heat of
the footlights, are both currently
dancing instructors. Sargent. Ilili
is the bright glow in Cask's light
booth. «Dave Ford is in the process
of cutting records with the Gate-
man Trio . . . Fran Fuller, who
appeared as Zanetta Shin in TWs
Music Man, unpacked her costume
for her second portrayal in thf;
same role at Casa . . . Gina Fer-
rera, avid TW drama fan, is ap--
pearing under the stage name of
Gina Sleete at Fort Worth's thea-
• • •
No, this columnist does not
teach guitar or appear weekly
with the go-go girls at Panther
Hall. My only performances are
daily at Martins of Polytechnic.
There's no comparison between
Carroll Baker and Carol Lynley
as 'Harlow.' Baker gets the dozen
roses . . . fresh from two previous
academy award nominations, for
"Becket" and "Lawrence of Ara-
bia," Peter O'Toole, is making a
strong bid again this year in
"What's New Pussycat" and the
upcoming "Lord Jim." Look for an
about-face for Lee Marvin as a
drunken gunslinger in the soon-
to-be-seen "Cat Ballou."
Hollywood's highest paid actor
is Elvis Presley at SI,000,000 per
film with fifty per cent of the
gate profit in addition. Cary Grant
runs a close second. Elvis' next
film, "Tickle Me," starts today
at the Hollywood.
THE SCREEN'S MOST EXCITING CAST...
IN THE YEAR'S MOST MAGNIFICENT MOVIE!
52=2 »N ANflTOLE DE GRUNWALD PRODUCTION 33
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ALAIN §^§4 GEORGE G.
! ART CARNEY WALLY COX
JOYCE GRENPELL MOIRA LISTER is f
emr TERENCE RATTlGA^sEH: ANTHONY ASQUITH EEi* ANATOLE DE ERUNWALO
NOW SHOWING- Ridglea
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THE REAL HARLOW, Carroll Baker, more than 'measures up' to
the legendary blonde bombshell on the Bowie screen now. Di-
rected by Joseph E. Levine, the film features Martin Balsam,
Red Buttons, Michael Connors, Angela Lansbury, Peter Lawford
and Raf Ballone.
We have noticed that many
students often make the remark,
"Gosh, Gee, there is nothing to
The thought of "nothing to do"
in a town the size of our own All-
American city seemed a bit sad
to us, so we decided to offer our
suggestion for things to do this
Spend the day taking the scenic
trip on the M. & O. subway . . .
sit at home and cut out old Gad-
fly *fciumns . . . walk across the
campus to Burl's barber shop and
watch haircuts . . .
Collect horseapples and try to
sell them . . . hunt for golf balls
in Sycamore Creek . . . attend a
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comedy question of the yea
Peter Sellers Peter OToole
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They're all together again! (for the first time!)
Released thai UNITED ARTIS
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HELD OVER-7th Street
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The Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 15, 1965, newspaper, July 15, 1965; Fort Worth, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth771159/m1/3/: accessed September 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas Wesleyan University.