Issue date: Monday, September 8, 1975
Pages available: 28
Publication name: European Stars And Stripes
Location: Darmstadt, Hesse
Pages available: 603,900
Years available: 1948 - 1999Learn more about this publication
European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - September 8, 1975, Darmstadt, Hesset THE STARS AND STRIPES Pooc 19
By WALT TROTT
5&S entertainment editor
THE OMINOUS possibility of
;r:sects threatening to dominate
.md perhaps destroy man will be
the theme of yet another motion
picture — "The Micronauts."
n might seem by now that sub-
; i matter is wearing a bit thin
.1-, movie material.
As long ago as 1954, James
Whumore was battling 15-foot-
lont; ants in the shocker
Them!" while the same year
Charlton Heston was fighting off
hordes of locusts in- "The Naked
THE FAM1UAJI hNHrfghty co-ordinated jand jneaaiitaUe ant
~also>cayed dfeMtily In the recent"Hellstrom CnronM*" and
"Phase IV." in WUttun Castle'snew release "Bugt" however, the
creepy adversaries are roaches.
There have been numerous
other efforts posing crawly in-
vertebrates as a terror to civ-
ilization, but in London veteran
Saltzman: Fact or fiction?
film publicist Tom Carlile has
promised that "Micronauts" will
focus on some new twists.
He noted that the movie marks
Harry Saltzman's. first indepen-
dent production since "The
Battle of Britain" in 1969. How-
ever, the Albert Broccoli-Saltz-
man team has produced 10
James Bond epics with the latest
"The Spy Who Loved Me" now
being wrappeU-up as a Christmas
present for 007 fans.
"Mtcronauts" also represents a
reunion for the Canadian-born
Saltzman and Yank Carliie, who
stuck together through several
Bonds after first working togeth-
er on a Bob Hope opus "Call Me
Carlile has been workingStateside the first half of the
year touting his 25th movie as-signment, Norman Jewison's sci-
ence fiction feature "Rollerball."Saltzman, he says, will take
over the entire stage complex ofEngland's Shepperton Studios for
his forthcoming sci-fi adventure.It is expected to take three
months to build all the spectacu-lar sets (under supervision of art
director Peter Murton)."1 may be buggy, however, by
the time we get around to slwot-ing with the. actors," confided
Carlile. who said a form of mi-crophotography had already
started at London's Oxford Scien-. tific Film Centre.
ALTHOUGH the multi-milliondollar project is In pre-produc-
tion stages now, the cast — to in-clude Gregory Peck and Lee
Remick — won't report to theEnglish location until February.
"AH background elements will
be scaled 96 times larger than
the human figure," said the tail,
r-R&R- Conducted by• J. KfngCrugerTravel writer
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