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Audiences Are Growing Accustomed to His Face

When people talk about My Fair Lady, they invariably talk about its star-making potential for the young actresses who play Eliza. But what people tend to forget...

Theater: Happy Deceit Aren't We All?

The theater is a medium of illusion, and among the dreams it fosters is that the clock can be turned back and the ravages of time denied. Film and TV close-ups...

Cinema: Back-Seat Romance

The Yellow Rolls-Royce is a 1930 model Phantom II that serves as plot, theme, star and principal setting of this elegant, old-fashioned movie about roadside sex...

The Theater: The Charmer

(See Cover) The curtain rises, and a hushed Manhattan audience gazes into illusion. The stage is London's Covent Garden Market, gaudy and loud with its night...

Theater: Still Loverly

MY FAIR LADY Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner Music by Frederick Loewe More than 25 years have passed since she first walked onto a stage. After all that...

Theater: Autumn Leaves

THE KINGFISHER by William Douglas Home Some plays would be rushed directly from the stage to an intensive-care unit were it not for a massive transfusion of...

Theater: Distant Thunder

HEARTBREAK HOUSE by George Bernard Shaw "Behold my Lear," proclaimed Shaw, with his usual modesty, of this melancholy farce. Not for him the inevitable...

People: Mar. 28, 1983

"I have divorced Martin Scorsese because he wanted me to spend my life between the cookstove and the kids," says Model Isabella Rossellini, 30, daughter of...

New Movies: All in the Family

The idea that two actors with such well-authenticated heterosexual credentials as Richard Burton and Rex Harrison would portray a pair of middle-aging...

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