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Wilmington, Delaware
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Tuesday, August 23, 1977
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THEATERS. ARTS 28 (vtninfl Journal, Wilmington, Dl., Tuwday, Aug. 23, 1977 Film Clips 3U MakeN ival List oSo Films oYo Fest By MARGARET CRABTREE Selections for the 15th New York Film Festival have been announced, and those who would like to travel up for the event should start making their plans now, One of the three United States entries has already played in Wilmington. "Citizens Band" (not bo be confused with "C. B. Mamas" now at the Edgemoor) was generally a flop around the country and has been pulled from release. Directed by Jonathan Demme, "Citizens Band" is a lightweight comedy, a sort of "American Graffiti" on wheels. It even stars "Graffiti" grads Paul LcMat and Candy Clark. The movie was pushed for inclusion in the festival by committee member Susan Sontag. The second United States entry is "Roseland," directed by James Ivory, shot entirely at New York's Roseland Ballroom. It stars Geraldine Chaplin and Christopher Walkcn. The other entry from the U.S. is a rookie directing effort by Martin Brest, called "Hot Tomorrow," about a writer obsessed with death. Dates for the festival, to be held at Lincoln Center, are Sept. 23 through Oct. 9, with a special THEATER GUIDE Ti BRANMAff CINEMA M( Arthur. 7 H, 35 CHESTNUT MILL CINEMA I - Star lsn, I, 1, 1 H CHESTNUT HILL CINEMA II - A Bridw Too f at 1 CINEMA CENTER - Th OVi Sio Of M,J myM II CINEMA Ml - The Bad Ht Ban in Broking 1 Mining 7 X), V IS CINEMABT - Mrrr,or Dif. 14. !$ CINEMA 171 - JfUlDml, SO, t, IJ Fuil.ll "Vol I IV ' M. 10 SS CONCORO MALL CINEMA - I Never Prormwd YrjgA r GrO(,n, ; 30. IS EDGEMOOR C B Mmjv, I 30, 9 Si. Behind thGrwn Onnr , I IS ELKTON DRIVE IN-Star Wars, 9 11 10 ELLIS DRIVE IN - CruawO Lintnino True Van fom duSh ERIC I. Concortfvillt - Mac Arthur. 1 .10, 7 3S, ? ERIC II, Concordvilit - The Other Sioe 0 M i)ni!)ht. 1. 7 JO 10 ERIC I, Tn Sll Mall - The Spy Wk Loved Me, 1.7 K). 9 50 ERIC II, Tn Slate Mall - Last Remdite ol Beau Orne. I : I S. . I 40, 10 10 ERIC III, Tr Stale Mall - Mar ry, I 10, 7 ao, 9 ERIC I. Well &ovhn - The Stfv Who Loved Mt. I, 7 10, 9 4S ERIC II. Wett Cothen- Smotey and the Bandit, 1 lit 7 JO 9 40 KING. Cattle Mall -Jaws, IS. NAAMANS DRIVE-IN Greated Lightning Frwhifi and the Br-an Fom duw NEWARK DRIVE-IN -In Spy Who Loved Mt Croisotl'Oft romdusd PLEASANT HILL DRIVE IN - Herb Oci to Munirrarto Gui Winlrhak From cKjsfc PRICES CORNER DRIVE IN - Naked Rider. Ctieenna Section Street Girls. From duK QUEEN. Caille Mall - Island o Or. Moreau, 7 IS 9 IS RIALTO Raquel'i Motel Seu Ecstasies of 'heMacymba F rom noon STATE. Newark - Greased Lightnina. 7 9 TRIANGLE I, Hares Corner Orca, 7 IS, 9 TRIANGLE II, Harts Corner For the Love ol Brnii, 7 IS. 9. I.. I. raiM' oi imw ft Ill I Ha Final Try out Final tryouts for the Wilmington Drama League's production of "in Praise of Love," will be held at 7:30 tomorrow night at the league's Lea Blvd. and Shipley St. theater. There are roles for three men and one woman, from the middle 2()s to the middle 50s in age. Production dates are Oct. 21, 22, 28. 2'J and Nov. 4 and 5. ADUlTSONir RIALTO ABT DOORS OPfN 11 55 LAST DAT' XClVtlVI-XXX "RACUEL'S MOTH." ALSO IN COLOR "Uwmi totatlet ! Ft M,i, ," - A MIOGt tooitr 7 WFM r fern 11'"' ' AAd - iLliij HI: J Richard PrVOr is fastc?r mon j)S?J' f ." WITH eAM GlHI X TWO ADULT HITS X MATINEE DAILY l P.M. EVENINGS FROM 6 P.M. SAT. & SUN. CONTINUOUS FROM l P.M. HELD Tina Lynn hat a body to intredible she ii every man'i fantasy come to life She knew what she had . . . and used il In XXX color JAIL BAIT Won -fti 2 50-4O0-9I5 Sot I Sun 1:154 30-7 30-10 30 NO ONE UNDER 18 ADMITTED animation festival running Sept. 26 to 30 and a retrospective of 10 American pictures (not yet named) Oct. 3 to 7. Opening and closing night programs will be held in Avery Fisher Hall ($4 to $10) with the rest of the screenings at Alice Tully Hall ($2.50 to $5.30), Among the foreign entries will be this year's Grand Prize winner at Cannes, "Padre Padrone," from Italy, directed by Paolo and VictorioTaviani. Other films of special interest will be: "The Devil, Probably," from France, directed by Robert Bresson; "The Truck," from France, directed by and starring Marguerite Duras; "The American Friend," from West Germany, directed by Wim Wcnders, starring Dennis Hopper, with dialogue in English and Partially shot in the U.S. Also, "Bollwiscr," shot for German television by Rainer Werner Fassbinder; and possibly "The Man Who Loved Women," from France, directed by Francois Truffaut and "The Obscure Object of Desire," from Spain, directed by Louis Bunuel. The New York Film Festival is 303 DRIVE IN - Naked Rider Cheering Section. Street Girls From dusk WARNER Greased Litfhtmng Devil Within Her From 6 30, As a guide to moviegoers. News Journal reviewers provide capsule opinions and ratings ol films on vie in the area. A-Aduits C-hiidren GA General Audiences M Mature young people and adults AO NEWS BEARS IN BREAKING TRAINING A Dale imitation ol a funny kiddia-baseoail concept, larking the original's Mtirt, it and Waiter Matthau OA A BRIDGE TOO FAR - A war movie too long. GA CROSS OF IRON - A cross, fashioned by Sam Perkmpah that no one should have to bear, M. FOR THE LOVE OF BENJI - Canine foreign infr,gue tnr kids only C FREEBII AND THE BEAN - Tasteless pseudo-larce M GREASED LIGHTNING Small Kale Rocky' taie ot Diack race driver M I NEVER PROMISED YOU A ROSE GARDEN Hathleen Oumian's tour-de-torce pr-etor manct as a schizophrenic teenager saves this asylum of grim terror A ISLAND OF OR MOREAU - Over long escapist Ihnner based on MG Weiistai M. JAWS - Engrossing, sinehilling story of Shark attacks that could come true M. MAC ARTHUR Remarkable portrayal by Greoory Peck with the claptrap ol "Pattern" GA MARCH OR DIE - Feehie attempt at recreating the French Foreign Legion lilm of yesteryear. M. ORCA - Cut ra'e "Jaws " THE OTHER SIDE OF MIDNIGHT - Sluggish, over long story of love triangle M THE SPY WHO LOVED ME Typical James Bond tare GA STAR WARS - Buck Rogers and Flash Gordon joda'ed deiightlul entertainment GA auliouse tXJFOMIIDGF 101H & MARlH SIS WIIMINGTON OC 19101 JOMb0l TOMORROW 8:00 P.M. r? Irtturinf pitno, bm utd ptnomka BOX OFFICE OPEN Scots Avoiloblt, 656-4401 Ti els atvo ovoikible at Pomerovs. toll S I Stores 4 Bog & Bacjgoge Phcue re: votions accepted Master Charcja & VVk S cards welcome. 11 ' NILS RVIR 2ND IIG WI1K 2nd Ha nNf A" oi'roiii Dusie PG OYER!' Johnny Wadd, in a most erotic film, in hard core color, with a fumy of intimate acrobatics The ultimate in erotic FULFILLMENT Moa-fti 1 15 7 50 JO 55 Sot .Sun 3 10-4 10-9 10 - PROOF OF AGE REQUIRED. no stranger to controversy while helping to define the outer boundaries obscenity. This year's entry of "Salo: The 120 Days of Sodom," the last film by the late Pier Paolo Pasolini, continues that tradition. The festival tried to get the film last year, but United Artists had distribution rights worldwide and didn't want to besmirch its corporate image in this country by showing the film. The movie is now for sale by U.A., and the festival is dealing directly with producer Alberto Crimaldi. Its selection is not yet official, and it also still must be passed by U.S. Customs. Last year the festival had to yank "In the Realm of the Senses" at the last minute because of Customs disapproval, but that film has since been cleared and shown in this country. On the festival committee this year are Richard Corliss, Roger Last Longwood Show Scheduled Sunday The Chamber Brass of Down-ingtown, Pa., will present the final concert in the summer music series at Longwood Gardens at 7 Sunday night in the open air theater. Seating is unreserved and open to all visitors who pay the regular garden admission fee of $2 for adults and $1 for children older . than 6. No rain date is scheduled. The Chamber Brass has played together as a quintet for the past five years. It strives to perform classical music with color and excitement. Members are: John Shaw and RESTAURANT flow serving these grand specials! TUtSDAY LUNCHEON 1 TUESDAY DINNER i I" l Upper Lnei. w Chicken Divan Crept s Oabmeat Au Gratin ikid 2.50 2,95 Roast Duck GRAND OPERA HOUSE MARKET STREET MALL Validated parking Credit cards Reservations: 571-8541 1 , -f J'tf & . aV, I iiuaali mi I io M THE REMAKE ji jv.k nrrun it. Pw.jur tONITI T7 JOil5 iSiiKING TRAINING"! STARTS TOM'W , - , ;! .i , 1 (y K-l for im r. ' ' W!r PIUS AT 202 0NIY! "rUN .J-IIT,rj.- flHAL NITt 7 1 io "nakio aiwr III ( CHI1HNO SECTION I 30 STARTS TOM'W CLIN? K? A Vl (Wail . 'i f s Pitfrt MimtTiMin I win s ciwwf m ro) SHOWINCS j mn r tsirrMK wnim L mmiSm 1JE AH ITI AVI s ; i I ' I -i '.pn - ?4 1 vf - - A x 1 V r. -avV i Wan aVk V, 1 TXT TV, i mi'i.i. i " ' r - ! AT PlEASAKT HH.L ONlYl Greenspun, Charles Michener, Susan Sontag and Richard Roud. If you went to the movies In July you were helping to set a record. It was the best month ever in terms of ticket dollars for the U.S. film industry. "Star Wars" is pacing the field and did 18 per cent of the business that month. Other strong films across the country have been "The Deep" and "Orca," followed by "The Other Side of Midnight," "New York, New York," "Smokey and the Bandit" and "The Spy Who Loved Me." The latter did spectacular business during its opening weeks. You may or may not be excited to learn that the Osmond family is David Tuttle, trumpets; Nancy Tuttle, French horn; John Seidel, trombone and David Giardiniere, tuba. Sunday's performance will include works by Gabrieli, Purcell, Mouret, Bach, Handel and Shostakovich. In a lighter vein are rags by Scott Joplin and a popular dance suite by Lebow. Also on Sunday, organ music will be played in the ballroom from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. and a spectacular electric fountain show will be held in front of the conservatories, ' starting at 9:15 p.m. LAST BARGAIN MAT WE04FRI-1PM lw.,1 1ST 146 10 10 OFBEAUqESTEipiSEl """"oi-iiiw Tarfay UK440 n. cto o mow rj IC1 1 iM,lt lMtadBBBMBBBMB 1 JO II . .u .. ,), SKn, . t,k J n.or mi no .imAi mil. Oimwv -H.h Gn T hum. Cwla- Ui OUMGI AT BOTH THEATRES Sometimes when you reach a dream you have to leave something behind. PG WITH DICK AND JANt." it; NITI ' iiSO wiiih :K)) AT BOTH THEATRES the at SEY VALES , fin army of on?. PanavtscTi Coor &y Deixe Dstr,t)uted by Warner Sfos A Are (iixatiijns Company CHARLES BRONSON "ST. IVES" to going Into the film-making business. Actually, the Osmonds are sticking their finger into just about every aspect of the show business pie that doesn't conflict with their desire to provide clean family -type entertainment. The Osmonds are nearing completion on a 52-acre Entertainment Center near Orem, Utah, where everything from movies, to records, to television shows and sports specials will be produced. The first film has been budgeted at $2 million, and will star the youngest of the Osmond brothers, Jimmy, 14. "Adventures of the Great Brain" will begin to roll next month. Two other pictures are also being planned, one to star Donny Osmond, 18, another to feature Jay Osmond, 22. The Osmonds speak plainly in expressing the type of film product they will turn out: "As businessmen," says Alan Osmond, 28, general vice president of the empire, "we want to help clean up the sickness in the industry . . . Immorality. Violence for violence. Sex to sell films. We don't need that. We want good entertainment. I don't label it family entertainment." Over the years, the Osmonds have proved that they have the sound business judgement to back PG Stairng MAAKHAMILL CAPAlF6Hf JjijP 1 V fc in nil im jiwm He fought wars and won them. He defied Presidents and might have been one. Th moat controvcrtlaj American Iwra of our time ...and one bell of a maa. teneral iMA'M'lrM2f .-. ...... ,.. Today 1 10-735 9 55 .i ui i i m XCLUSIVl tUB.ffl.XIM MDMA! I MIX 111! ' I If i i'rli ii !nmlii aiPBBaaMiaaaaHaaaMMaaMamaiMal t n r j-M 1 1 j t IINUMTICONT 30 J OMNS7 li-CONI DOS j- I J GtUSIO LIGMTNiNO ftM till! . ' '1 t-DfVIHrVIIMINMH" GfSIDllOMmiNO- r m 4 lnK twoplwoic mirt -Bimi tup THHI AM 'Hi j Wm0 4 ' ' II ' PIUS T NAAMANS OHU 1 ' ' " : ' WUSATWASNHONtr lABKOIHOIVr'4MA l( -TH(YCAnOMWIlHIW ff m DfVH PAH II" J PBMfW.I.ULI.IHiUBljiip in iljlH!f',i iiPMnw hji HUH )l i' I " 1 1 1 TTr T' 1 1 1'l I III I III i"ll I'll I III mm i i. l.l,. ! I com dm nuimn - : II Mr -,, t rw I - i i nus vmratiStti I 1 MY SEX RATE fmt mn 7 X 1 Si t I UK,-., Ill STARTS TO up their goals. They may well sue-, ceed where others, have failed, simply because they can finance their own projects and don't have to depend on the judgement of others who control the purse-strings. Sliarph ley Writer Wins Poetry Honors Elizabeth Corey of Sharpley has been awarded two ribbons in the World-Wide Poetry competition division at the Contra Costa County Fair in Antioch, Calif. Mrs. Corey, a member of First State Writers, won a first award blue ribbon in the sociological category and a second place red ribbon in the psychological category. Bob Marlev Show Canceled at Spectrum The Bob Marley & the Wailers Show with Dexter Wansel, scheduled for Sept. 24 at The Spectrum, has been canceled. Cancellation is due to a foot injury sustained by Marley. Persons holding tickets for the show may obtain refunds at the point of purchase. Mon Thuri IOO-7 0ft9 IS frKJor ioo54soaiois Sol 1 Suo I 00 3 IS 545100 IOI5 No GolJn Ctwciboak PaiMt 1.1074945 i f If Um-. . rTr Vin i 'pc'nirii mm mmn Nightly 7 15 49 25 Mat. Wed. 100 Promised Nightly 8 00 .(jh- Todor' 30-1020 miifjtl Bin "" " """ r I.. ui i . m S''3j i V A a SB I 1 j - . . : '1 ms RAWPfComunpreMtits V; 1 )0UAPP5E(jZll ArtnVHKldfKim n Ifc'W -A Kr S; -fwd-'M of :f WIFE

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