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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Brynner Returns To Stage Yul Brynner dances with actress P. J. Mann in New York as they re- hearse their roles in the musical For Brynner, who will star as Ulysses, the run-through reriearsal marks his first stage appearance in 20 years. Miss Mann has the role of the temptress Circes. The Ci'dar Kaplds Gazelle: Mon., Nov. II, 1971 Show Business Beat NASQ'S PIZZA HOUSE 1 54S 1st Ave. SE 363-9697 Daily II n.m.-12 p.m., Fri. Sat. 'til 2 a.m.. Sun. 4-12 D.t FROM OUNCE ONE POUND BOSTON FISHEHI 804 5th Street SE 363-9627 FAMILY NIGHTS Monday and Tuesday off Any Large Pizza No Carry Outs Please at this prlcel 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. 3847 First Avenue SE 301-6125 "IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN A I'ORNO MOVIE BE- FORE, OR IF YOU HAVE ONLY ONE EROTIC MOVIE TO CATCH THIS YEAR THIS IS THE Goldstein RATES xxxxxx SHOWS AT 1ATE SHOW fRI.-SAT. AT "STEPHEN MILLER THE NEW CO. BAND" By Marilyn Heck HOLLYWOOD (NYT) Warner Hros. hus come up wilh a unique rationale Tor keeping a film on u shelf for nearly two years, Studio sources have Informed Alan Arkin they've held up release of "Krecblc and the Bean" (in which he co-stars with .lames ('nan) because they didn't want another box office bon- anza while "The Exorcist" was still raking in millions. will be one of Warner's all-time big hits is the word that's been relayed to Arkin. We'll soon see if those sources are sages. The police story (in which Alan portrays a plain- clothes detective) is scheduled for holiday 74 release. Alan's been in town from his New York home filming MGM's "Hearts of the West" flir producer Tony Bill a man who's also preoccupied with a film still waiting to see the light of a theater projec- tion machine. In Tony's case, no studio is holding out hope that his creation will ever be released. He produced "Dead- heiid an "Kasy Hider" look-alike, for Paramount three years ago and admits, "Frank Yablans didn't like it. And when the head of a studio doesn't like something, that's usually the end of that." will announce within days that Cliff Potts "Sometimes a Great has been signed for the title role in the NBC movie-series pilot, "Ne- vada The network seems eager to go with :i weekly version of the tale based on the character from "The Carpetbaggers" (and subsequently the "Nevada Smith" film, slurring Sieve McQueen) and has already signed Lome Greene to Iho cast. They've also assigned "Carpetbaggers" producer Marty Rackin the job of chief executive on the project (in what will serve as his first TV production) and are paying top dollar for a script by .John Michael Hayes, author of the USDA Choice SIRLOIN STEAK DINNER for 2-for the price ofl! 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Hod Sleiger is on his way lo Hie south of Franco, for a co- starring role with Homy Schneider in "The Damned Innocent" for French director Claude Chabrol, Hod just re- turned from Kuropean shoot- ing of "To Kill the last week, and was expecting to take a leisurely rest at his Malibu home when the offer came from the "Damned" movie. In Hod's words, it's all about a "diabolical triangle." tUES. and THURS. Marilyn Beck The' young-lover leg of Ihal triangle has still to be cast. Henry Fonda is finally tak- ing a rest. But not for long. The 118-year-old star, who had a pacemaker inserted in his chest after a collapse last May, is at home relaxing from the rigors of his "Clarence Darrow" one-man show which has had him on the road most of the year. He'll be back on the road with "Darrow" next February for another five- month tour. 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