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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 21

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 3, 1968
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Theaters This Week BOCA RATON Today Tuesday: ."Green Berets," John Wayne. Wednesdav SatHv: "Boston Slrangler." f onv Curtli. CAREFREE Today Thursday: "Barbarella." Jane Fonda. Friday Saturday: sioner." Rod Taylor. ' "High Commis- B-Palm Beach Post-Times. Sunday, Nov. 3, 1968 COLONY Today Wednesday: "I'll Never Forget What's is Name." Thursdav Saturday: "Vallev ol the Dolls." Susan H award, Barbara Park ins. FLORIDA Today Thursday: Flrecreek." rrv Z, (i Stewart. Henry Fonda. Friday Saturday: "2001 Space Odys-sev." LAKE Today Thursdav: "Salt and Pepper." Sammy Davis Jr. and Peter Law-ford. Frldav Saturday: "Bill Wallace of China." LOEW'S CINEMA BOYNTON Today Tuesday: "Secret Life of the VmerlcanWlfe." Wednesday Saturday: "The Fox." Sandy Dennis. LOEW'S CINEMATt Today Tuesday: "Parent Trap." Haley Mills. Brian Keith. Wednesday Saturday: "Hot Millions." Peter Ustinov. PLAZA Today Thursdav: "With Six You Get Eggrolls." Doris Day. Friday Saturday: "Boston Slran-?ler, " Tonv Curt Is. PLAYBOY Today Wednesday: "Private Relations." "French Honevmoon." Thursdav Saturday: "Odd Tastes," "Bad Girls Go To Hell." RIVIERA Today Wednesday: "Five Card Stud." Dean Martin. Thursday Saturday: "The Gra-tuate." Dustin Hoflman. Ann Bancroft. BEACH I DRIVE-IN) Todav Thursday: "Rosemarv'g Babv," "Tom Jones." Friday Saturday: "Stranger In Town." "The Big Gundown." "Minnesota Clay." "Kill or Be Killed." BOULEVARD ( DRIVE-IN ) Today Wednesday: "Hellcats," Journev to the center of the Earth." Thursday Saturday: "Gutter Girls," ' '. A Lover," "False Shame." DELRAY (DRIVE-IN) Today Tuesday: "Pain and Pleas-i e,'.' "Gutter Girls." Wednesday Saturday: "Hang 'Em I gh." "Beach Red." SKYDROME (DRIVE-IN) Todav Thursdav: "Bandolero," Sweet Ride." Friday Saturday: "From Russia With Love. rhunderball. Sean f 0 ing at the West Palm Beach Auditorium, November 10 at 8 p.m. Tickets are still available. COMING SOON - The Four Tops, and their 1969 Motown Review, with King Curtis and the Kingpins and The Spinners, will be appear L 1 FILM OF THE FUTURE The Aries spacecraft which shuttles passengers from Space Station V to the moon is pictured in this scene from "2001: A Space Odyssey," a drama of adventure and exploration in outer space in the year 2001. The film starts Friday in an exclusive engagement at the Florida Theater in downtown West Palm Beach. Start Saving For 'Funny GirV STARS Rod Taylor stars In "The High Commissioner" as a tough Australian detective sent to arrest his nation's top statesman for murder. Co-starring Is Christopher Pluni-mer and Lilli Palmer. It opens this Friday at the Carefree Theater. TRUE ST0RY-"BU1 Wallace of China" tells the story ol a doctor's compassion for a Chinese street urchin. Gregory Walcott enacts the role of Bill Wallace, and Peter Chan plays the boy Lee. The film starts Friday at the Lake Theater in Lake Worth. Palm Beach Jr. College Players Present "PHILADELPHIA, HERE I COME!" NOVEMBER 14,15,16,17 8:14 P.M. ADULTS $2.00 - STUDENtS SI 50 Box Office - 965-8300 Directed by Frank Leahy" TENSE DRAMA The strong motivating elements of suspense and fear, as well as a new technique in cinematography, keynote the general background for "The Boston Strangler," starring Tony Curtis and Henry Fonda. The film starts Friday at the Plaza Theater on Okeechobee Boulevard. ting and a few treats Inside the theater, has more than tripled In the past 10 years. "Used to be," he pointed out, "That I could get us all (four) through the evening and have some little change left from a $10 bill. Last week I figured It up, after a trip to see 'Finlan's Rainbow,' starring my favorite, Fred As-taire, I had to shell out closer to $30." The sad part of the story Is that many of these faithful patriarchs who still believe "motion pictures are your best entertainment," and still go out to catch as many as they can, look back nostalgically to the 1940s when you could see two good and clean features, plus the familiar "selected short subjects" for a 75-cent admission, and around the neighborhoods for even less than that. What's more, you might have gone home with a set of dishes or a chance on that brand new Ford In the lobby. Nor did you have to hire and take home the baby sitter. Theaters provided "crying rooms" with staff nurses to keep the toddlers fed and hap- py- NEIGHBORLY Edy Williams might very well pose problems for any wife, especially if she lives next door. She appears with Walter Mat-thau, Anne Jackson and Patrick O'Neal in the "The Secret Life of an American Wife," now at Loew's Cinema BEACH DRIVE IN THEATRE " " I I JUST OFF U.$. II RIVIIRA ICN "TomJOFlGS' I By HAROLD HEFFERNAN HOLLYWOOD (NANA) -The news hasn't been at all good lately for the addicted movie fan or, for that matter, even the most casual patron of the celluloid arts. Box office admission prices having sneaked up gradually over the past several years to the point where taking the family to an outing of screen fare has become a special treat, are on the leap again. Would you believe paying $6 for a single movie ticket? You'd better be prepared for just such a shocker when you attempt to make your reservation for one of the road show engagements of "Funny Girl," starring Barbra Streisand. And since the customers have displayed no great dls- OPENS 12:45 Doris Day Brian Keith AND THEIR "INSTANT f AMIIY" "With Six You Get Eggroll" g 5 LIST UTS OPENS 12:45 I SH00T-IT-0UT WESTERN JAMES HENRY STEWART FONDA ( 'IQT SCOUT JAMBOREE' IICMCOIH PIUnUH , f 'ir,n) Att - . , rTra-Mi-1- ii inn irrrmnn mil ) , n n in i POSITIVELY NO ONE TONITE W4 1.TMiV ' JI.U IONITf I in Theaters Today BOCA RATON "The Green Berets," 2:00, 4:30, 7:00, 9:30. CAREFREE "Barbarella." 2:00. 3:55. 5:40. 7:40. 9:45. COLONY "I'll Never Forgel What's 'Is Name." 7:25,9:30. FLORIDA "Flrecreek," 1:20, 3:30 , 5:40, 7:45, 9:55. LAKE "Salt and Pepper," 1:20, 3:25, 5:35, 7:40,9:45. LOKW'S CINEMA BOVNT0N "Secret Life of an American Wife," 2:00,4:00,5:55,7:50,9:45. LOEW'S CINEMA 70 "Parent Trap," 2:00, 4:30, 7:00, 9:30. PLAZA "With Six You (Jet ERgroll," 1:20, 3:25,5:35,7:40,9:50. PLAYBOY "Private Relations." 2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 8:00, 10:110, "French Honeymoon," 3:00 5:00,7:00.9:00. RIVIERA 'Flve Card Stud," 2:35 , 5:00, 7:20, BEACH (DRIVE IN) "Rosemary's Baby," 6:30, 11:00, "Tom Jones." 9:00. BOULEVARD ( DRIVE IN ) "The Hellcats," 7:00, 10:10, "Journey to the Center of the Earth," 8:50. DELRAY (DRIVE IN) "Pain and Pleasure," 7:00, 9:55, "Gutter Glrls."8:30. SKYDROME (DRIVE IN) "Bandolero," 7:00, 11:00, "Sweet Ride," 9:05. TRAIL (DRIVE IN) "Magnificent Men In their Flying Machines," 7:00, "Blue Max," 9:50. SHAKP OPERATOR Marcus Pendleton alias Caesar Smith. That's the role played by Peter Ustinov as the amiable embezzler who uses a corporation's computer to feather his nest in the comedy, "Hot Millions," co-starring Maggie Smith, Karl Maiden and Bob Newhart, with guest stars Robert Morley and Cesar Romero. The film starts Wednesday at Loew's Cinema 70. tltltaM ceOPOSMTIOM man n, nurf.i .1 -a 7 Sound like arithmetic to you? It noli This it newspaper talk for o 1 column by 1 inch ad. Think il'i too small to bo noticed? You're reading it . . . . . aren't you? Potl-Timei Ad- vertmno pays! The Coastal Players inc. PRESENT the delightful comedy by Sam mi Bella Spewatk' AT THE SAIIIAVEN AUDITORIUM on A1A in Jupiter Fii and Sat., Nov. I and 9 at 8:30 P.M. and Sun., Nov. 10 at 7:30. 746-4045 UIG COLOR HITS SCOTT BK 4DY 'JOURNEY TO CENTER OF EARTH" Color Swop Shop Sun 1x1 i PLEASURE Stark Realism lever Before Presented SUBTEKFUGE Maureen O'Hara with screen daughter Haley Mills sneaks around ex-husband Brian Keith's ranch in an effort to break up his pending marriage. "The Parent Trap," now at Loew's Cinema 70. CRUISES TO THE BAHAMAS FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI 3 and 4 DAY CRUISES TWICE WEEKLY from $69 Ship is Your Hotel All Meals Included Gracious Service Gourmet Food Two Fine Ships City Parking Lot at Pier FREE ROUND-TRIP TRANSPORTATION by Greyhound Bus to ships from West Palm Beach, Lake Worth, Boynton Beach, Oelray Beach. Boca Raton, Pompano Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, Hollywood. Mthi nuxttions NOW tttrwgh jor TRAVEL AGENT, tr EASTERN STEAMSHIP LINES General Sales Agents Pill J. P.O. Boi 112, Miami. 111. 33101 Phone: 373-7501 i TRAIL (DRIVE IN) Today Tuesdav: "Magnificent Young Men In their Flvlng Machines." "Blue Max." Wednesday Saturday: "For the Love of Ivy," "Deadlier titan the Male." 7J llN CINIII Of Ull WOUh UNDER 18 ADMITTED ONLY COMPLETE SHOWS DAIIY AT .. 2:00-4:30-7:00-9:30 - HAYLEY MILLS ft WALTER MATTHAU IN .tfcnia fclTE R 118 3-311 ,7 "ZSi ' cn'cor" tress at shelling out that sum for the opening runs In New York and Los Angeles, exhibitors have taken heart. And so there's even more bad news In the offing. It is understood that when 20th Century-Fox puts its $20 million production of "Hello, Dolly!," starring the same Barbra Streisand, on the hard ticket block presumably at Christmas time in 1969, the tag for a single reserved seat will leap to an even $10! It becomes almost a certainty,' with the general acceptance of the $6 top-fee for "Funny Girl," that other producers with fancy films about to be marketed will Insist to exhibitors that the same rate be attached to their own product. And since It Is the studio that dictates to the theater man, rather than vice versa, as was once the rule, what the going price shall be, there Is little question but what the precident will be maintained in many cases. As in the general commodity market, movie prices never lower. Once up they stay up. The "incidentals" of movie-going are keeping rapid pace, as well. Once Inside the brilliantly lit foyer with its gaudily compelling confections display, the customer finds that popcorn has rocketed In price and comes In shorter measure. Likewise, the famous trade-marked candy bars have almost doubled in price. The nickle nibble has disappeared forever. Not only has parking shot up as well $1.50 is now the rate for three hours In the area of Grauman's Chinese, where "Funny Girl" Is showing but the amalgamated order of baby-sitters is by no means willing to sit by idly watching the theater people reap all this movie-going Inflation. The sitters are standing up for sharply upped hourly rates and triple over-time. One family head who seldom misses making at least one first run a week, says the cost of tickets, parking, baby-sit- FIRST-RUN ORSON WELLES OLIVER REE0 CAROL WHITE HARRY ANDREWS TtCMNICOttW ADMISSION ON.-HL $171 JAT.-SM. SMS IVIL (MMMKS. S!Jt IVES. FII.-tAt.-SUN. M.J ell i In COLOR ft ADULTS Plus cohit. "GUTTER GIRLS" t f SAMMY FETH ; JAYIS JE mi) : m SI) 1 PEPPEl' Jk mm ROCKING CHAIR THCATRI I pm niAsi pi u s iTfiTSauTg rtsaLO0K-ALiKE,RlNGADlW,LAFF-APFAIR! WALT DISNEY imflRU r ' 11 W' V ill HAYLEY MILLS An astounding entertainment experience, a dazzling trip to the moon, the planets and the still more distant stars. ROMANTIC FAIR Carol White Is one of Oliver Reed's romantic interests in the romantic comedy, "I'll Never Forget What's 'Isname," a satire on advertising agencies and literati. The film, now playing at the Colony Theater in Palm Beach, also stars Orson Welles and Harry 1 lf'T 'Sn '-W I II I Car l iff MOVII IIMi CtOCK fOH p( A T U R 6 TIMil JOUtKllNKvO 2 I wist of ntroit ROSS HAGEN neii vuis ntvet 2 in Miroffus no i Mia 11 I arrow Alborl llnnev "TOM ROSEMARY'S BABY" JONES" onusnoi AMU T I'lifiCHAM 7' Bv I J OtlRAT SiACN "PAIN AND PLEASURE" ' "GUTTER GIRLS MGM . STANLEY KUBRICK PRODUCTION 5 TAtimHG 1 I j fy -- arv i i Atjf . MAUREEN O'HARA-BRIAN KEITH I OMUIMO I nCAN MADTIM a lAMFt HTFWilT PIUS "GOOFY'S FREEWAY TROUBLES" TONY FRANCIOSA "THE SWEET RIDE" V VtoW -UGO . jS? 1 'ifMMSNGS JOGNA77L- .- SUPER PANAVISI0N g METR0C0L0R SPECIAL EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENT STARTS FRIDAY NOV. 8 3 PERFORMANCES DAILY 2:00-5:00-1:30 P.M. AIR CONDITIONED - 1 W3 NOW SHOWING! MATINEES FROM 2:00 EVERY WED. SAT. SUN. ROD TAYLOR OffiETOPHER PUA'AILR Uiim 967-2500 STUART WHITMAN II 1 ft VII I V V. NT M V. HAic iciiii:s' Dovn Rood, lade Worth cforce nnm URSULA MORES. "BLUE flAX'7i Corner Loke Worth A MATS. THE HIGH COMMISSIONER

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