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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - July 31, 1954, Oakland, California CLOWN PRINCES Jerry Lewis 'Dying' But He Does It With Laughter 12 Toy Poodles Steal Show in Ice Follies Hit Twelvp toy French poodles with brown eves and Bluffy unite coats take the spotlight in the Ice Follies now playing at Winterland in San and the dogs love everj- minute of it These happy stand a full six little hound? inches high at the shoulder Lover Bov the heftiest of the lot weighs less than seven pounds The poodles steal the appla ise Jn a surprise appeal ance with dozen beautiful Ice Folhettes in of teais the sophisticated Fiench race Th s track number in 'he Ice Follies cf 1954 Samuel W Bean of Mameda the poodles' tiamer saio. the tfngs are highlv mtell gent per formers who know their cues ind love to be in the arena 'They re wonderful he said "Just little hams at heart' Poodles get prima donna treat ment, Bean said The dogs live in portable kennels electricalh heated to 70 degrees and r de to work at Winterland each daj in station wagon Like other Ice Follies stars Madcap Chases Away the Gloom As Dr. Dean Predicts His Doom WOOD SOANES Radioactivitv found its onto the screen of the Fox Oakland Theater as of all things a subject for corned} and oddlj enough it turned out to be an amusing idea Ln ing It Up is the title of the piece and it can be written down as one of the rrajor comedies of the firm of Martin and Lewis It seems that Di Dean Martin a ciooning quack has come to the cutious conclusion that Leu s is of radioactive poisoning and calls the matter to the at'en- tion of the world at laige A New York newspaper eager to bui'd up its ciici la tion believes that it can win friends and influence people by acting as a benefactor to the ailing Lew is. and insites him to spend his last in luxui v in Man? attan Lnfortunately Mr Lewis takes an unconsc onable time dying and not onK the readeis but the pubbsheis ye a little led up with the idea of supporting 1 im IP the lap of luxuiv while he seems determined to lernain in this Oakland Tribune, Saturday, July 31, 1954 .u S creen, Jerry Lewis cuts a rug with newcomer Sheree North in Livrntf It Up which opened at the Fox Oaklcmd yesterday It Is based on the Carole Lombard picture, "Nothing Sacred." was 01 ginalh told back in i? in a movie called Nothing Sac i ed with the late Ca-ole I ombarr last vear t was convetted in o aj I Broadwav musical enti ed, Flagg It bears little tespmblanoe to eithpr opus out it is funm probablv one of the most com ical of thp Martin and Lewis items to date Thpre are some sever songs in the p PCP, four from Ha7el Flagg and three npw How 'BEEFCAKE7 WOWS LADIES IN LAS VEGAS rri p hn i i f mpnts Bv s m i i_ hand r r k rf the cr IM FG Ji v 1 _ at V hile the M w st 11 aiP counting rn t ophips M, Amenta of K Hrf) )np hp, bf passed thpm up and is the Mr 11 i nti''ant a- est but sligrtlv th sp -tipcp v u spe in ph si a spmmude n ght club sta- n i Itu e magarinps am- town arv mo doing a sing e is 1 a surcpss so I rr di'miteK go rfgdin t spiing lequests for specia chil dien s pei foi mances ai e pouiing in fi r the fall Numei dus i eques fiorn Bst of stai itnlv teputed bei inse of delav s u t t tt-mpeian c U and stu h tu be a ji ut five in 11 i n di i i h ev lu ol .iiel w 1 d ti let and J me Hi -t U in i Ln e i h tei T-'t IN it i i t.ntlv i jin v t Hi s ti i i-s t v i i Iv d i ei led It s >vtiv lluisdiv and f HI f i L I East India Dancers Delight Audience Subtlety and Expressiveness Of Kathakali Drama Shown CLIFFORD GESSLER The subtletx and expiessu eness of East Indian dance v.eie lelhngK demonstiated last night at the American Academv of Asian Studies in San Fiancisco and Janaki gave a public showing of some of the dances been demonstrating in the couisc of then sum- mer residence at the Acad-i The audience exceeded j rtlWOOd beating I The un was designated ab Ka hakili 01 Indian dance' diama in w ncli 'he sloiv is to d tin nigh the 'abuloush eloquent Indian hind movements a id fa j eld e Mon well as in tin t e extended pdiituimne in p and u i vemei t c nipk le Kithikili d met Ji an i v, t it ti Id vv i ill' 1 d- the dance diama was fai fi ni s len n It often had an fi inkness and humor H was an eveiiug of i'leei bejutv and it sensitive poet! v Biief uteipict tivc c jn mint 11 v bv 1 1 t fi t li bieane HileieMed in ce wh If in hei uauve Au- li ilia i id lift ed the ait n Iiidj It piepaie the u i leiiet t i t le ai led munbe! le 11 nuiv c, the small Pa last mi nth uidit i uni vv 111 t le aitditiue such veisatile leading I lt the featuitd attiaction at the Klnivv in d 1 luatei Hie lilm deputb the strug- gle ot a giiup of piofessional inuunta n climbets determined to piive a neietofoie uncon- qutiable pc tk could be con- qutied Mending the assault up is Fdmuiid Hillatv whn was sub-cqt en v knighted bv Qi CPT li? 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