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October 13, 1987| Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Hitting 100 didn't stop Zvonimir Rogoz from going on with the show in Zagreb, Yugoslavia, on his birthday. Rogoz portrayed the guest of a depraved family in Miroslav Krleza's "The Glembajs," a classic Yugoslav drama about the decadence of Croatian nobility. The weekend performance was in Zagreb's Gavela Theater, which Rogoz co-founded in the 1950s after returning to Yugoslavia from Prague's National Theater. Rogoz also co-starred with Hedy Lamarr in the 1933 film "Ecstasy." "An actor really matures at 40; until then he's just a trainee," Rogoz told reporters.

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