People, Dec. 1, 1975

"There just aren't that many up-front roles for actresses these days," pouts Carol Kane, echoing Hollywood's longest running complaint. At 23, though, Kane seems to be doing all right. Cast as a winsome prostitute in The Last Detail, and as a bank robber's hostage in Dog Day Afternoon, she has finally found her proper niche in Hester Street, in which she stars as a Jewish immigrant to the U.S. in 1896. Says Kane: "I'm told I have the look of a different century."

The Congress of Racial Equality wished him "a lengthy stay in jail";...

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