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Norma Desmond writ small

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The London “Sunset Boulevard” has a new Norma Desmond in Elaine Paige, and American observers might as well go home: This is a performance only a Briton could love. Paige filled in at short notice…

Prexy Okuyama sees work ahead

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When Toru Okuyama, Shochiku Co.’s president, addressed the ShoWest Convention in early March, he found he had much to be modest about. Just two months before Okuyama’s appearance as an international…

DALE FALLS IN FOR PRYCE

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Jim Dale will replace Jonathan Pryce as Fagin in “Oliver!” at the Palladium, beginning Sept. 4. The role marks the first West End appearance in 22 years for Dale, a New York-based Briton, who gives…

CRITICS’ TALLY

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“The Rose Tattoo” opened April 30,1995, at Circle in the Square Theater to nine favorable reviews (Barnes, Post; Brantley, Times; Feldberg, Bergen Record; Hamburg, WORAM; Kissel, Daily News; le…

Just like the other critics

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While Siskel and Ebert are widely considered the most influential film critics in this country, the duo claims that they are treated like all the other film critics. Siskel could not be reached for…

Cinema World should be a trip

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California has one. Florida has one. Now, thanks to Shochiku, Japan has one, too. No, it’s not Disneyland. It’s a movie studio theme park and it’s set to open on Oct. 10. Kamakura Cinema World, which…

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