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1964 drive-ins - . .' -'""I -'""I i 'VAN GANG BOSS Frank Sinatra...
. .' -'""I -'""I i 'VAN GANG BOSS Frank Sinatra Sinatra is a big cheese in Chicago Chicago gangdom in "Robin and (he Seven Hoods," at Paramount today. Stone Ridge, New Theater, Opens Today Opening of Stone Ridge Theater, Ridge Road West, and arrival of four new films in downtown and outlying outlying theaters is the entertainment entertainment picture for the weekend so far as movies are concerned. The new Stone Ridge, along with Coronet and North Park Drive-In Drive-In Drive-In today will show "Wild and Wonderful," Wonderful," starring Tony Curtis Curtis and Christine Kaufmann. Paramount will open "Robin and the Seven Hoods," today with Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Sammy Davis Jr. and B i n g Crosby. Regent's new bill is "The Last Man on Earth" with Vincent Price, and "The Unearthly Stranger." "The Pink Panther," starring starring Peter Sellers is the newcomer at the Cinema. Fine Arts will bring back "The Chalk Garden," with Deborah Kerr and John and Hayley Mills. Insfitute to Show Japanese Films Five Japanese films will be shown in a series beginning beginning Monday at the University University of Rochester in connection with the Summer Summer Session East Asian Institute, Institute, sponsored by New York State. , The films are "The 1 Island," Monday; "The Gate of Hell," Tuesday; "The Magnificent Seven," July 10; "Ugetsu," July 17, and "Rashomon," July 24. M Showtimes Today STAGE Town and Country Playhouse Playhouse "Sunday in New York," 8:30 p.m. MOVIE THEATERS Loew's "The Carpetbaggers," Carpetbaggers," 12:20, 3:20, 6:15, 9:15. Palace "A Distant Trumpet," Trumpet," 2:10, 6:05, 10; "F.B.I. Code D8," 12:20, 4:15, 8:10. Paramount "Robin and the Seven Hoods," 12:15, 2:40, 5:05, 7:25, 9:50. Regent "The Last Man on Earth," 1:25, 4:20, 7:10, 10; "The Unearthly Stranger," 12, 2:50, 5:45, 8:35. - Cinema "Pink Panther," 7:25 and 9:45. Coronet "Wild and Wonderful," Wonderful," 7:40 and 9:50. Capri "Tom Jones," 7:17 and 9:28; "Snow Carnival." Carnival." 7. Fine Arts "The Chalk Garden," 7:25 and 9:30. Little "Cleopatra," 1:30, 5, 8:15. Monroe "What a Way to Go," 12, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. Riviera "The Fall of the Roman Empire," 1:30, 4:10, 6:45, 9:30. Waring and Lyell "The Three Lives of Thomasina," 12:15, 2:35, 4:55, 7:15, 9:35. Stone Ridge "Wild and Wonderful," 7:40 and 9:50. DRIVE-INS DRIVE-INS DRIVE-INS Central "Cleopatra." Empire "The Carpetbaggers," Carpetbaggers," "Country Music Holiday." Lakeshore "Carpetbaggers," "Carpetbaggers," "Peyton Place." North Park "Wild and Wonderful," "The Dream Makers." Rochester "Tom Jones." Starlite "Cleopatra." Washington "Cleopatra." TONITE DANCE LEN HAWLEY SHERATON HOTEL Orchestra, Trumpeter Acclaimed By HARVEY SOITIIGATE The Eastman Chamber Orchestra. Dr. A. Clyde Roller c onducting, confirmed confirmed Rochester's good fortune in summer music as it opened another season season in Kilbourn Hall last night. Since 1954 this small, select group of professionals professionals has been building building a place for itself that no other group in the city's varied musical assets quite fills. Last night it gave one of its finest opening concerts. concerts. Many of the members familiar familiar from past years are in their places again. John Celentano is again concert-master concert-master concert-master and virtually all are members of the Eastman summer faculty, with a good number of Rochester Rochester Philharmonic players among them. Daniel Patrylak, trumpet trumpet soloist, last night walked away with a big share of the individual honors. An Eastman School graduate and now a performer performer of wide experience, Patrylak plays the sort of trumpet to win over those who think they do not like trumpets. His tone is mellow, mellow, secure and perfectly on pitch, brilliant, but not strident. Haydn's familial concerto concerto for trumpet and orchestra, orchestra, a favorite show piece for students, came through last night as the beautifully contrived work for the professional professional performer that it is. The three movements are knit together in a harmonious harmonious common denominator, denominator, although each is distinctive. distinctive. The adagio is as tuneful as a good popular song, the rapid final movement movement a test for breath, accuracy and precision. )R AN extra number Patrylak played the evening's evening's "mystery tune" (now an accepted feature of Dr. Roller's summer programs.) programs.) It turned out to be an arrangement of the "Largo al Factotum" or Figaro's song from "The Barber of Seville," very skillfully set to the flexibility flexibility and rapid articulation of the trumpet. One does not often hear a Beethoven symphony played by a small orchestra with the fullness of sound and care for expression that Dr. Roller and the orchestra brought to the No. 4, one of the lighter lyric gems of the Beethoven list. The inner harmonies, the instrumental texture, the balance of tonal beauty were all there. Ottorino Respighi the Italian composer, is so associated associated with the "Pines" and the "Fountains' of Rome, that one forgets his lovely suites of Antique Airs and Dances for Lute. The No. 3 in this series was on the program last night, a work in charming baroque baroque style, with vague reminders reminders of other period pieces. Aaron Copland's "Music for the Theater," five movements, movements, is early Copland, written when he was flirting flirting with jazz rhythms. It is V'Tr.zzz'. end Chrcr.ir!-j Chrcr.ir!-j Chrcr.ir!-j rr.Il.Y.. 3C st .11 one of his most distinctive distinctive and rhythmically appealing works. It uon a uarm response last night. 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Clipped from Democrat and Chronicle03 Jul 1964, FriPage 21

Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, New York)03 Jul 1964, FriPage 21
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