On the cover of Plateia magazine number 307, published in 1966, is Elizabeth Taylor in “The Taming of the Shrew”.
Inside, interviews with Micheline Presle and Raymond Gerome, as well as Cladia Cardinale. Along with articles on Mireille Darc, António Calvário and Duo Ouro Negro.
Interview with Micheline Presle and Raymond Gerome
In first place, an interview with the actors Micheline Presle and Raymond Gerome. It only lasted 10 minutes during the interval of the play “Who’s afraid of Virginia Wolf?“. This play was written by Edward Albee and the interview took place in a theatre in Paris.
Meanwhile, this highly successful play has been transported to the cinema. The film was directed by Mike Nichols. Starring Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Georges Segal , and Sandy Dennis.
Interview with Claudia Cardinale
Then there is an interview with Claudia Cardinale in Monte Carlo (Monaco). Just before the premiere of the film “una rosa per tutti” (a rose for everyone).
António Calvário is the king of Portuguese radio
According to the vote of the readers of Plateia magazine, António Calvário is the king of Portuguese radio. In 2nd place was Tony de Matos, and in 3rd place was António Mourão.
DUO OURO NEGRO on UNICEF’s 17th anniversary
The musician duo, Duo Ouro Negro, was invited to UNICEF‘s 17th anniversary. This show took place in Paris, at the Alhambra theatre. It was also broadcast worldwide through Eurovision and Intervision. They played 3 tracks and it was a huge success. They were praised by Juliette Greco, Maurice Chevalier and Danny Kaye.
Mireille Darc wins popularity award
Finally, Mireille Darc won the popularity award for the 21st film night. This party was held at the Marigny theatre in Paris. Above all, this popularity is due to the most recent film “la grande sauterelle” where the actress is the protagonist.
Elizabeth Taylor Magazine Cover
And also, on the cover of the magazine we have Elizabeth Taylor in “The Taming of the Shrew“. This film was directed by Franco Zeffirelli in 1967 (this magazine was published in late December 1966). It was also starred by Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Natasha Pyne, among others.