1969 movie listings

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RESERVED SEATS NOW AT BOX OFFICE OR BY MAIL! BOX-OFFICE OPEN NOON-9:00 c-funnyGr enne in the " J ft. M V WILLIAM WYLER-RAY STARK Products 4' 2 SHOWS TODAY AT 2:00 & 8:00 COLUMBIA PICTURES and RASTAR PRODUCTIONS ptesmt IMTINIIt-2:00 P.M. fVININGS-(:00 P.M. WED. AND SAT. J 00 SUN. THRU THURS 81.00 SUN. AND HOLIDAYS H 50 FRI. SAT. AND HOLIDAYS 1130 MONROE THEATRE 585 MONROE AVE. ROCHESTER, N.Y. PERSONS UNDER IB CAN NOT MF Anuirrm H H. LAWRENCE'S fNDJ PAIII 'COOL NEWMAN HAND LUKE' hnnayrmmi r" rertTi-L-M-L "We' SINGLES 1? TO 35 Yrs. WIN FREE FLORIDA VACATION FOR BRINGING 2 NEW MEMBERS TO JAc young Rochester's Largest and Fastest Growing Singles Cub. TONIGHT 9 P.M. Towne House Ml. Hopt & Elmwood LIVE BAND COCKTAILS Heels & Ties 473-6301 iTUC UAliol SH" EYES law mm PLUS 2nd HIT! 10. THERE ARE NO SECRETS WHEN "THE WALLS HAVE EYES" LATE SHOW EVERY FRI. & SAT. NITE! 2 SHOWS TODAY! 2:00 & 8:00 T" BOX-OFFICE OPEN DAILY NOON 9:00 A totally wonderful musical entertainmentl HELD OVER MATINEES-2;00 P.M. WfO. THRU SAT. 100 SUM. AND HOL 2.50 MATINEES DAILY DEC. 2 1 -JAN. 5 EVENINGS-8:00 P.M. SUN. THRU THURS 300 FRI. SAT. HOL ...3.50 Please tend me tickets for at $ -each. 'Matinee i I NAME Iaddress. I CITY- evening ' (dott) -1st. ALT. DATE 2nd ALT. DATE. I I PImm moil ilamp.d Mll iddrtiud iitntlopt with your tkiili or imnty ordtr poyobll lo thi Thntri. STATE RIVIERA THEATRE U5m1' 1 puumm wiuns wsinis m Suggnt for UHW luteflttt (pvenlai ducrttw Kiwd) KIRK DOUGLAS hlS,of death,. THE BROTHERHOOD .MARTIN RIIU., ALEX CORD IRENE PAPAS LUTHER ADLER )) ND SENSATIONAL WEEK! , MARTINA'S PARAMOUNT; 232 5630 not, ? m. an, i n, .00, 10:00 95 MORTIMER ST. ADDING MACHINE Safe! ROCHESTER'S NUilBER ONE HIT STAYS FOR A 2nd SMASH WEEK! I "a . Used! BURROUGHS Portable, Electric; Desk Model; (Subtracts) $35 Used! Victor a;;;,$44 Used! REMINGTON Desk, Electric $iir (Subtracts) 49 New! PACKARD Adder 57 9-column, with sub- S i uviiunr tuiuia ill ivu Reg. 7? New! Underwood-Olivetti I Used! Printing Multiplier $7if ,50 I Automatic multlolica- 4AA With subtraction. 10-col. Reg. tit RENT an ADDER . .. By Week or Month! Serving Rochester Oil U Since 1917! 135 CLINTON AVE. SO. xST. Dial 325-1656 FREE PARKINS Next to our Building ! Open Tues & Thurs. Eves 'Til 9 ft J) ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE ..." Friday, lanuary 3, 1969 ; Sock-lMo-Ale Gal Gets 'Cactus Flower' Role ; By JOYCE HABER HOLLYWOOD - Laiigh-In's Goldie Hawn is about to sock-it-to-you in a big way. She'll play Walter Matthau's mistress in the Mike Frankovich production of 1 "Cactus. Flower" "the one," says Frankovich, "who ties him hi knots and gives him a lot of trouble like mistresses generally do." It seems to me Matthau's always being tied in knots in movies. He's the outest pretzel I know. "Cactus,'! like Matthau's "Odd Couple? will, be directed by Gene Saks. In-grid Bergman plays "the other woman" in the film. But it was Miss Hawn who got on the line whenjhjankov-ich called. She giggled. "It's my first big movie role," she said. "The most exciting thing to happen to me." Another giggle, andt Miss Hawn confided she started in the business as a dancer: "The first thing I ever played was Juliet, but all in the right places." Goldie Hawn MATINEES DAILY! 12-2-4-6-8 & 10 "DOING HER THING" 13 An Adult film For Aftlfir V I strictly --Ui5iiiCi I adult ) CORONET I 1 FILMS jHjglll FUN TONIGHT! at THE SINGLE SOCIABLES Th Ploct) for Singlet 29-49 Who Want To Meet Ptoplt, Hov Fun, and Donct TONIGHT 9:00 P.M. -THE DOWNTOWNER' (Bread t South Avt ) Liv Muii-Cockt0iU'lfrihmnti Jacktti req. for Mtn ' "HEAP BIG BEEF" New Year Special BUY TWO HEAP BIG BEEF ROAST BEEF Sandwiches (Servtd en a Toasted Butter Roll) and get -4 ONE FREE pui 0n FREE Hot Dog r. for any child under tea with your ardt r fM HEAPBICBEEF "The Giant. Roast Beef Sandwich" 1700 RIDGE ROAD EAST Between Culver & Goodman (otter good ONLY with this ad) STEVE mccLIEEIM AS'lBULLDTiTl ROBERT VAUGHN ;0 ST"NO JACQUELINE BiSSET-DON GORDON-ROBERT OUVALl SIMON OAKLAND-NORMAN FELL MARTINA'S 65 EAST AVE. 232-5570 ' TECHNICOLOR ! uoo, 2 00, 4 00, 600, 100, 10.00 STARRING CAROL MANNING THAT "HELLO DOLLY" GAL! JACKIE GLEASON FRANKIE AVALON PETER LAWFORD BURGESS MEREDITH GEORGE RAFT CESAR ROMERO MICKEY ROONEY GROUCHO MARX AUSTIN PENDLETON ! ALEXANDRA HAY W LUNA i ! 1T,c tue VOUNGER r.cFRuTION VERSUS -ESTABUSHMi HELD OVER! MARTINA'S STUDIO 2 Clinton Av. Across from Siblty't 541150 2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 8.00, 10:00 Let's hope the laughs are all in the right places in "Cactus Flower." EDITH HEAD, HAVING read a head here recently called "The Trials of a reporter in Hollywood," writes: "I thought you might be amused by the trials of a costume designer in Hollywood.". Someone, she explains, has been writing her anonymously for years. The writer blames Miss Head for any picture, from any studio, which has any nudity in it. (Miss Head is with Universal and she didn't even do the veils for "Isadora.") Sample letter: "Dear Edith Head: You should be ashamed of yourself. Putting those vulgar, indecent, naked costumes on actors and actresses. You are a bad influence on young people. You are disgusting and immoral." "I can't wait," appends Miss Head, "to read the mail now that 'Candy' is in re-lease." What's Doing? MOVIES Poramount-'The Brotherhood," Kirk Dousios, 12, ItM 10. Studio "Skldoo," Carol ChannlnOf 2, 4, 6'Rgent "Bullitt," Stevo McQueen, 12, Vvlt-"He?l Fighters," 2:30, 4:40, 7, oin Warlna "Camelot," . ..,. ,c Fine Arti "Lady in Cement," 7:30, ?:. Little "The Fixer," Alan Bates, 2:15, 4'45 7-25, 10. Stone'ridoe-The Beatles' "Yellow Sub-marine," 1:10, 3:20, 5:20. 7:30. 9:40 Townt-"Chlttv Chlttv Bang Bang," 2, 8. Stutson "Flnian's Rainbow," Fred As-toire, 2, 8. Ponoramo-"200l: A Space Odvssev," 2, 8. Cinema "The Sublect Was Roses," Patricia Neal, 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:35. 9:50. , Riviera "Star," Julie Andrews, 2, 8. Coronet "Doing It Again," 12, 2, 4, 6, S, 10. Monroe "Funnv Girl," Barbra Strle-sand, 2, 8. Loew's "The Horse In the Grev Flannel Suit," 12:20, 2:45, 5:10, 7:30, 9:55; "Winnie the Pooh," 12, 2:20, 4:45, 7:05, 9:30. DRIVE-INS Lokethore "Sweet Ride," "The Boston Strangler," "The Vengeance of She." North Pork - "Barbarella," 8:55, "Strange Affair," 7:30; "Two Weeks in September," 10:25. THEATER "Present Laughter," Noel Coward comedy presented by Community Playhouse, Clinton Avenue South and Meigs Street 8:30 p.m. CHILDREN'S THEATER Charles Perrault presented by Players Guild Inc. of Avon, In Avon Elementary School, 2 and 7:30 p.m. SPORTS t Rush Henrietta High School Basketball Tournament, 4000 East Henrietta Road, Henrietta, Kearney vs. Webster, 7 Bi.m.; Monroe vs. Rush Henrietta, 9 East High School Basketball Tournament, school gymnasium, 1801 Main St. E., Eastridge, Aauinas, Fairport and East competing, consolation game, 7 p.m.; championship game, 8:45 p.m. Honeoye Falls High School Basketball Tournament, school gymnasium, at Honeoye Falls, Churchville-Chlll vs. Jefferson, 7 p.m.; Wheatland-Chlll vs. Honeoye Falls, 8:45 p.m. High School Wrestling, Irondequolt at Foirport, 2 p.m. PLANETARIUM W6"MS Strasenbuigh Planetarium, Holiday In Rio," exploration of skies south of the equinox. In Star Theater, 663 East Ave., 8 p.m. SPECIAL EVENTS Memorial Art Gallery Member elude" Rochtir Art Club Exhibition and Contemporary American Topestrln Exhibition, 490 University Ave., 8. p.m. (fee for non-members). SPECIAL EXHIBITS AND DEMONSTRATIONS Hall of Human Biology Exhibit, features Tarn, transparent anatomical model, and other animated models, Rochester Museum and Science Center, 657 East Ave., presentations at 4 and Brookwood Science Information Center, exhibits relate how nuclear energy Is converted Into electricity, Lake Road, Ontario (off Route 104) open 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. RECREATION Note: All playgrounds operated 6v Rochester Recreation Bureau are open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today. Recreation centers open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. include Avenue D., at Avenue D and Clinton Avenue South; Carter, Corter and Norton Streets; Gardiner, Grover Street and West Avenue; Edgerton, In Edgerton Park and 21 Recreation Center, at Campbell and Ames Streets. Webster Avenue Artificial Skating Rink, 500 Webster Ave. near Bay Street, 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. TOURS Eastman Kodak Co., Camera Works, 400 Plymouth Ave. N., 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.; Hawk-Eve Works, 20 Ave. E., 10 a m. and 2 p.m.; Kodak Park Works, 200 Ridge Road W., 9:30 a.m and 1:30 p.m. (children under 12 must be accompanied by parents and those under five connot be accommodated). Great Western Wine Co., Old Bath Road, Hammondsport, 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3:39 p.m. Gold Seal Vineyards Inc., movie and plant tour showing how wine Is made, Hammondsport, 9 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 4 "'Taylor Wine Co., Old Bath Road, Hammondsport, tour of wine making facilities, 8:30 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3:30 p.m. LIVE ANIMALS AND ZOOS . . Seneca Park Zoo, St. Paul Street north of Ridge Road Traffic Circle, 10 a.m. to S p.m.; animals fed, 3 p.m. Monroe County Animal Shelter end Lollypop Farm, 99 Victor Road, Perm-ton, (off Route 31), 8 a.m. to S p.m. Fish Hatchery, Powder Mills Park, off Eastern Expressway, Perlnton, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ycu Can Visit The Gannett Newspapers Building ANY Saturday! Jamily $JwupA Uktcoms! See a slide show on newspaper production! View The Times-Union and Democrat & Chronicle newsrooms) graphic arts department and library! Tour the composing room! See the huge presses that print both papers! Guided Tours lvoiobe Saturdays ONLY, between 10:20 and 2 p.m. There must be one adult for every 10 children in a group. Tours begin In the Third Floor Auditorium, Gannett News papers Building, 55 Exchange St., Rochester (Near War Memorial & Hall of Justice). Groups of more than 10 should call the Publie Service Department at 232-5300 (Ext. 472) for an appointment. 5r raocrat sab (tf&nmirfr The Times-Union HELD OVER FOR ANOTHER f-y The MERRIEST-GO-'ROUND jtv. a v . oftne Year? D ltttM4 leiUVVIairwZj PROBUCTlOltS $r i:03S2s HiWriflfmni niis-si DEAN JONES DIANE BAKER Technicolor Matinees Daily THRU SUNDAY Doors Open 11:30 A.M. WINNIE THE POOH AT 1 2-2:204:45-7 05-9-30 HORSE GRAY SUIT AT 12:20-2:45-5:10-7:30-9:55 WALTDISMcy Winnie thepooh and tne blustery day .4ft all-rmrloon irmturrltr Trrhmimlnr'

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  1. Democrat and Chronicle,
  2. 03 Jan 1969, Fri,
  3. Page 25

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