There's No-bel Biz Like Show Biz Note: A film called "Erendira" began filming this week in Mexico with a screenplay written by Nobel Prize winner Gabriel Garcia Marquez. The script has been lying around since the early 1970s . . . Does this foray into screenwriting mean that some day the big book, "One Hundred Years of Solitude," might become a film? Marquez, at a Mexico City press conference, said emphatically, "No . . . "

* Fathers and Sons Note: Roger Vadim, the John Derek of the French New Wave, started shooting a new film this week. It is called "Surprise Party" and stars his son Christian. Christian's mother is Catherine Deneuve . . .

* Joke Note: Some time next April, Benny Hill, the British master of Dirty-Old-Man jokes, will make his U.S. debut at the Claridge Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City . . .

* New York, New York Notes: "Plenty," which had its American premiere at Arena Stage three seasons ago, is the major dramatic success of this young New York season. The play is being produced off-Broadway at Joseph Papp's Public Theater and is sold out for its entire run. Papp is negotiating to move it uptown to Broadway . . . Arthur Miller's full-length version of "A View From the Bridge" will be coming to Broadway in February with Tony LoBianco and Rose Gregorio in the leads. Zev Bufman is producing . . . The Manhattan Theatre Club, which scored a big success by producing the story of three sisters from Mississippi in "Crimes of the Heart," will be reviving Chekhov's story of "The Three Sisters" in Russia who want to go to Moscow. Mia Dillon, Lisa Banes and Diane Wiest are the siblings . . .