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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 8, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Entertainment Art wins over money in Oscar nominations BEVERLY AP The Oscar nominations are in and Sir David says the selection of his A Passage To for 11 nominations signals a triumph of artistic integrity over financial Whats so wonderful about it is that we had the greatest difficulty in making the he said from Nobody wanted to back Its a terrific triumph over the money people that weve come through on the artistic Another sign that Academy voters ignored box office receipts was the short shrift they gave Ghost the years topgrossing but nominated only for original song and visual Beverly Hills the hottest selling film at years took only one for its a 76yearold past Oscar winner who returned to filmmaking after a 14year was nominated as writer and editor of A Passage to the sweeping saga which dramatized Forstcrs novel of Indian British tensions in the The only other movie to garner as many nominations Wednesday was the majestic adaptation of Peter Shaffers play about the consuming jealousy of a minor composer over the genius of Wolfgang Amadous Three other powerful dramas were among the five nominees for best picture of 1984 The Killing which took seven nominations in all Places in the with seven and A Soldiers with The most excited nominee was Haing a Cambodian doctor who catapulted from anonymity to stardom as the reporters assistant in The Killing He was nominated for best supporting I just got the news exclaimed Ngor at the Chinatown Service Center where he counsels other I laughing all the I like said a refugee whose own escape from Cambodia was as harrowing as the one in the It is happy life in The category of best supporting actor presents Academy voters with a tough Besides there Deaf actress to appear on Gimme A Break are the late Ralph Richardson in his final role as Tarzans aging grand father in Greystoke The legend of IxirA of Ihe Adolph the doomed sergeant of A Soldiers Story John the blind boarder in Flaws in the and NorJyuki Pat the guru of The Karate In the best actor there were honors for both stars of Tom Hulec and Murray Abraham also Jeff Bridges of Albert Finney of Under the Volcano and Sam Waterston of The Killitig Judy the British visitor in A Passage to was the only one of five best actress nominees who doesnt already own an Three nominees cited for their gritty roles as struggling farm women were Sally Places in the Heart Jessica Country and Sissy The Vanessa Redgrave was nominated for The The Oscar ceremonies at the Angeles Music Center will be telecast March 25 by Jack will be the master of Navy lOs working for LOS ANGELES AP Phyllis a Tony awardwinning deaf actress who makes a guest ap pearance on NBCs Gimme a makes the point that nobody is more realistic in a deaf role in movies and television than a deaf We should at least he allowed to audition for the she Nobody has to promise that we will win just let us There have been projects where we werent even allowed to and the roles went to nondeaf People are afraid to work with As a deaf people have been portrayed wrongly most of the time when nondeaf people play the she Anytime I turn on the TV and see someone whos supposed to be deaf I can in stantly tell whether the person is actually just by the way they move their Miss a fierce advocate of the rights of deaf com municated in an interview using sign language translated by her Bob an actor and scenic She does not although she said she sometimes yells at her Weve come a long said Miss who helped found the Saturday Night Turnon 10JQ KBVOTV AUSTIN Lost cause Biiincv Glen tiics in Johnson in this srono fmm nl tin Hctl Hot ii TluMtio tin thine vviikoi loimnncc will lie i lunulit loi the lliiuiiiie niu sinioi will KV viin In duri up Im he Noil Simon rommly hist iiiititly it Aits iil NoM lluinutjiys PPI 1 irkels and leseiv No rhiltl show i discount it the t nlions iie oxiiilahle il 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