Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on March 28, 1980 · Page 84
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 84

Phoenix, Arizona
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Friday, March 28, 1980
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ALL EDITION Friday, March 28, 1980 The Arizona Republic Filet rignons $6.95 Single serving include: two petite filet mignons wrapped in bacon, sauce bordelaise salad and baked potato i - : It's our special weekend act. And so delicious! Now's the time to take your . family and friends out for dinner;'-' at Gregory's.!.' Friday, Saturday, Sunday LOUISIANA SEAFOOD HOUSE yj 350 E. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 833-828W X lucky Shopping Canter Vj'- l ' ALL YOU CAN EAT (Seafood) ' 1 1 fl V V Over IU imi oysMn, oinntp, croc legs, canitn, etc. m, X I Jr ,j L V star S3 25 and up. IUNCM t DINNER 1 110. 7 DAYS Vjf If llSs. REumon Lw X- LOBSTER TAIL 7 I fkU Y Soup or Solod, Choke of Potato ' LJ '1 IKK s-r51-:: i i 1 : George C. Scott Trish Van Devere Routine horror haunts 'Changeling' By Michael Maza KepuMic SufT The only special thing about The Changeling is the way it was financed 264 shares sold for $25,000 per in a pioneering offering approved by the Ontario Securities Commission. That's $6.6 million, if my multiplication is right A Hollywood stock exchange could turn out to be great news for gamblers itching to trade their bookies for upright brokers imagine calling in buys .on Bo Derek's next picture or sells on Richard Gere's ("Dammit, Walter, I tell ya he's peaktd.") Handicapping the flicks would spawn a whole nw generation of tip sheets. Miss Rona could offfifB morning line. And Jillie's cousin's brother's secretary's sister, the froufrou clerk at Bloomie's, could retire on the proceeds of Rex Reed touts. , Ahthe possibilities .... Joj-those of us who merely watch movies, however, this new ripple in financing heralds nothing more than increased trafficking in "sure things." ' The Changeling, here, now, stars sure thing George C. Scott in a sure-thing haunted house storyr And it is as routine a picture as we've seen since the Whammyville Horriblenesa or whatever that tribute to Goofus Americanus was called. Tqthe formulaic eerie noises, cobwebbed stairways, crashing glassware and unbelievable coincidences, the writing team of William Gray andDiana Maddox, working from a story by Russell Hunter, add only a child's rubber ball that keegrbouncing back to you-know-who. TEe story was obviously familiar to the audience I was a part of. After each carefully elicited scream, the conversational volume rose slowly, reaching almost disco pitch before dropping again as director Peter Medak began the next crescendo. ..The actors have all been much better. Trish Van Devere has nothing to do but look fearful, and Mejvyn Douglas seems hypnotized even before he must die in flames for something done to him when he was 6 (rather excessive revenge, even for aghast). Scott is OK. It's not his fault that he never shows fear amid the strange goings-on; he does do a great quizzical stare. And when he cusses the ghost.that is complicating his life, he is funny. But the picture's funniest moment comes when Errrfessor of music Scott seeks help with his auntine problem from a university colleague, a balmy-looking type in a- white lab coat They consult in doorway, under a sign that says Psychic Department THE CHANGELING An Associated Film Distribution release produced by Joel B. Michaels and Garth H. Drabinaky, directed by Peter Medak from a screenplay by William Gray and Diana Maddox, photography by John Coquillon. Starring George C. Scott, Trish Van Devere and Melvyn Douglas. Rated R. At Valley theaters. o RADIO o HOT... MO KMCQ MO WIVaC 1400 KIAtAINew 420 KCKV HSO KOM 1440 KMK 740 MM 1W0 KMOUpMh 1400 KFHSpanWl 60 KFUMMak 1330 KOJQ 1510 KiMCouy ...910 KHEfMglaa 1M0 KASA 1540 KAJttCM 0 KB 1310 KNXCountry M KXEG 1010 KBUXX 13A0 F M KMC.. KXtC 92 i (OK M 1 KOCX 94 5 KQVT 96 S KMK 94 9 kUK -.97 9 .915 KMC 90 7 KOM 100 7 MB 1015 KMX 102 5 HVf 104 7 KSAA ...105 5 KWAO 1041 KSIM 107 1 , EYE OPENERS: Music & News 3 a.m. Joe McNamara, Burt Goodman and Jim Mur dock on KARZ . . . David Munscy and Don Andrews KOOL-FM. 5:3i a.m.- W. Steven Martin on KMX . . . Bill Hey. wood KOY . . . Johnny Andrews on KTAR-AM . . Johnny Collier and Bob Baker on KJJJ . . . Mike Del Rosso and Marsha Carter on KBBC-FM . . . John Giese, Bill Andres and Pat Powers on KDKB . . . Dave Otto on KZZP'. . . Scott Young on KSAA . . . Robert Kraft and Therese Crowley on KOPA. 6, s.m. Jim Spero on KXIV . . . Rick Fletcher on KHEP; Bob Christiansen on KHEP-FM . . . Steve Roberts on KQYT . . . Len Ingebrigtsen on KMEO-AM-FM . Chris Kelley, Gerald Ackley and Teresa Rogers on KRUX . . i Spanky Smith on KCKY . . . Hank Cookenboo on KUpD-FM . . .Maureen Morris on KMCR ... Don Jack sonon KWAO ... Joe Bailey orrKKKQ . . . Alan Cook on KFt-R . . . John C. Gutierrez on KRDS . . . Sertgio Ped' roza and Rene Boeta on KIFN . . . Alicia Torres on KXXCU mmm : CLASSIC: Concert & Nostalgic Prelude 10:05 a.m. - 1 p.m. KHEP-FM. Beautiful Music - KQYT . . . KMEO-AM-FM. Golden Oldies KOOL-FM . . . KDJQ . . . KKKQ. Kaleidoscope 4:05 p.m.-7p.m. KHEP-FM. Dance Music - KXTC-FM. Jazz KXIV 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. PERSONALITIES Paul Harvey 6:30 and 8:25 a.m., 12:30 and 3:25 p.m. KTAK. Consumer News Line 5:50 a.m., and 9:50 a.m., KTAR. Agrl News 4:30-5:30 a.m. KJJJ. Howard Cosell 8:55 a.m., KTAR. Gene Shalit 9:30 a.m., KXIV. John Chancellor 4:30 p.m., KXIV. All Things Considered - 5 p.m., KMCR. Walter Cronkite 6:30 p.m., KARZ. John Moynihan't Sports Talk 10 05 p.m., KOY. David Brinkley 6:30 p.m.. KXIV. Michael Dixon Talk Show 7 p.m., KOY. Bob Riedy LetVTalk - 7:06 p.m.; KARZ. Tom Dillon: Talk to the Coach 6:15 Mondays, KARZ. Midday with Preston Westmoreland 10 a.m. to 3 p.m KTAR. Kathjf Shocket Shorts in Sports 5:20 p.m. Monday Saturday, KIFN. , Michael Mountain 6 pjn. Monday FriJay, KXEG. 'I' '" nit! It's headquartered, no doubt, just across the hall from the Department of Astrology. They're hes,vy into motion-picture gross prognostication, you know. MESA 7000 E. Main 1744 W. Main II II RESTAURANTS METRO CENTER CAMEIBACK TEMPE SCOTTSDALE Twwi San Dny 0) B (ojon 3RD ANNUAL Doug Allard Indian Collector AUCTIONS Items include old rugs, pottery, baskets, jewelry, and much more. MARCH 28-29-30 SUNBURST HOTEL 4925 N. ScortsdaU Rd. Info. 265-3727 I I ENTERTAIMMENT by GARY MARSHAIL I J? r -'a --a ,,.,-, i. If KJ. Atop the Granada RoyaltHomrtel Granada Royal Homwel fT.Ja' "' '',i'-T','T'i immkttwmlSsiiiimiri J i s 2333 Thomai Road 956-8740 3210 Grand Avenue (at Weldon) 266-8446 . T 'Ki I XV1 2 ' 1980 GreRory'a Restaurants. Inc. All Right Reserved. . a Mil IB. Of CKAB, ALASKAN " i . ' i KING CRAB $if g5 - DINNER 9 I l.WA'.'iV" XWiVAV.V Soup or Salad. Choice PoMe. V. BLy Ui , TB IT .Un-8ttWtfWhn Op.n h. tunc FRIDAY A I PAA K mgg"1 SPECIAl1 L 4 x j closin9 1 47 A" rm- I 1))) AIL YOU CAN EAT!! f S&JSrSSzfd " COIDEN FKIID FISH FILETS only fMmm Tf&lS SERVED WITH: Choke of Potatoes I UtrM IlirlV Torter Sauce ftQQ flllJWvILK WarmBiKuit V i M JUr1- fJ J AND OUR SOUP k SALAD BAR ' m A Very Special dining place tor a very special day SERVING all day from noon Your choice from our complete gourmet DINNER MENU which Includes the fantastic Complimentary Dessert Bar RESERVATIONS 956-5581 24th. Street and Thomas Road L M I JiR M N N M M ((.if p 1 Del Rio 1300 N. Hoyden Rood MIGUEL URIAS IS BACK IN TOWN 8-12 PM Fri.-Sat. MORE'J , Jill iSnfHiiijii iiiiimiiinTnn J v. it a DIAHANN CARROLL March 25-30, April 1-6 CONVENIENT ONE-PRICE PACKAGES OinnetOance Show at 6 30. only $30 oer person. Cocktail Show at 10.00. only $19 per person Friday and Saturday, $5 additional. Gratuities not included. lllllllltlMITTT ANDflLLTttflTtlAlZ ...intheKAMPAl LOUNGE BOB RAVENSCROFT TRIO 8 pm to Closing : Ory-ental or-durveS ; I , Intimate Atmosphere J Live Entertainment Wed -Sun KAMPAI LOUNGE Opens at 4 30 p m DINNERS SERVED From 5pm liillllllO .m (St ofTOSIVI Corner of ScottsdaleRd & Indian School Rd RESERVATIONS 947-7891 : . Steak House Finest Steaks Seafood Serving Nothing But Prime Beef Excellent Sea Food LUNCHEON Mon.-Fn. 11 to 4 (Gosed for luncheon Sat.) DINNER 4 to 12 SUNDAY DINNER . . 4 to 12 Lr-HAPPY HOURr-i II I 9(y 5 to 7 Won, thra Sat. ii EXTRA SPECIAL 1 Lb ALASKAN KING CRAB LEGS Special 28 Ounce GOVERNOR'S STEAK HOUSE PORTERHOUSE 18 Oz. COLD WATER LOBSTER TAIL Private Banquet Parties From 20 to 100 people for reservations 2730 North Central 279-2760 At last, Alaskan King Crab Leg dinners that won't cost you an arm and a leg. Enjoy succulent Alaskan King Crab Legs, dipped in drawn butter and served with soup or salad and your choice of long grain and wild rice or potato and a warm loaf of homemade bread. All foronly $6.95. Or Crab Legs & Steak, only $7.95. Crab Legs $6.95 Crab Legs & Steak $7.95 33rd Street & Shea and 1812 East Camelback Served daily from 5 p.m. After noon on Sunday. TToTQi, K sew- .rating f"oa tniVi c craft demonstrations continuous crat m See'. ' ' . ArUonas l! WlarveU , , ,iroadsl reason tutescae. m na radio controlled SSa d0f . akei S8V 6th Annual Arizona Hobby and Craft Dhow r'.- L Sanior Citizen one price only Adminion S2 Children 13 & Under Free This coupon worth 50t toward admittion price limit one per admission Show Houm j, Friday 11 am - 5 pm Saturday noon 9 pm Sunday noon 6 pm I :

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