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Hawaii Kai
Broadway at 50th Street
World's Greatest Polynesian Restaurant
Open Daily from 4:30
Sunday 1 P.M.
Res: PL 7-0900
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Home of the Original Sweet 16 Party
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Native Entertainment in the Lounge of the 7 Pleasures
No Cover-No Minimum – Major Credit Cards

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Let us take you out to sea…
Come aboard and delight of treasures from sea and stream.

A gourmet's dream… Flown in daily from Florida.

No fish story… These are gigantic and delicious.

Baked to perfection for the true lover of fish specialties.

Simply outstanding… the perfect ending to a beautiful gourmet cruise. 
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Hot Buffet
Served 4-6 p.m. daily "compliments of Captain Kippy"
from 8:30 pm
Featuring Mimmo, his strolling guitar and songs… Tony Sheppard will play your requests and sing-a-long on piano.]]
Open from Noon 7 days a week
144 West 52nd St. Phone 245-6652
We honor all major credit cards

Cornell productions of Romeo and Juliet and Saint Joan, as well as Saratoga. As a Shakespearean actor, Mr. Graham has played roles in 36 of the plays and directed the 37th.

LEONARD SPIGELGASS (Author) is New York born, New York educated, and was a Lieutenant Colonel in the army. For the theater he has written A Majority of One and Dear Me, The Sky Is Falling, both starring Gertrude Berg, and The Wrong Way Light Bulb with Claudia McNeil. His many films include I Was a Male War Bride, Big Street and Gypsy. He is the author of half a dozen books, among them "Scuttle Under the Bonnet" and "Fed to the Teeth". He is a constant contributor to McCall's, Town and Country, and Cosmopolitan. Currently he is writing "I Was There," a reminiscence to be published by Atheneum. As for "Lilies," he insists the majority of credit belongs to William Barrett, who wrote the novel "Lilies of the Field," and James Poe, who wrote the screenplay.

JULE STYNE (Composer) Look to the Lilies is Mr. Styne's twentieth Broadway show. His career has primarily been devoted to the Broadway Theatre . . . although he has also done some thirty motion pictures and five major television specials. His best known Broadway accomplishments are Funny Girl, Gypsy, Hallelujah Baby, Bells Are Ringing, Peter Pan, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Do Re Mi, Arturo Ui and High Button Shoes, among the many. His music in the theatre added to the successes of such stars as Carol Channing, Ethel Merman, Mary Martin, Judy Holliday, Nanette Fabray, Phil Silvers, and of course, Barbra Streisand. In between his shows as Composer, he has also produced the famous revival of Pal Joey which won the Drama Critics Award. Mr. Styne won an Academy Award for Three Coins in the Fountain (with Sammy Cahn) a Grammy Award for his Funny Girl score; and a Tony Award for his Hallelujah Baby score. Mr. Styne's career has involved him with the great lyricists of the Broadway Theatre: Stephen Sondheim, Bob Merrill, Betty Comden & Adolph Green, Leo Robin. . . and now, back together after sixteen years. . .Sammy Cahn.

SAMMY CAHN (Lyricist) has won four motion picture Academy Awards for his lyrics for Three Coins in the Fountain (with Jule Styne), All the Way, High Hopes, Call Me Irresponsible and an Emmy for Love and Marriage (with James Van Heusen). A native New Yorker, his first collaboration was with Saul Chaplin, writing such hits as Please Be Kind and the international smash, Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen. Cahn went on to collaborate with Jule Styne, and together wrote Time After Time, I'll Walk Alone, Let It Snow, Let It Snow and countless others, as well as the score for High Button Shoes. Later, teaming with Nicholas Brodszy, he wrote for Mario Lanza Be My Love and for Doris Day It's Magic. Frank Sinatra paired Sammy Cahn with Van Heusen and they penned The Tender Trap, The Second Time Around, My Kind of Town, and the scores for two Broadway shows, Skyscraper and Walking Happy. They have also written many of the Sinatra songs,


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