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STACK KK.VIKW Musical 'Folly' Due at IHC Hog Awfldeo gfttneg tuo-s., Jan. 9, 1979-Parl IV 9 "The Zoo," a musical "folly" by Sir Arthur Sullivan and Ginger Rogers at La Mirada Civic Gypsy Company at, Pavilion Rajko, a company of 35 Hungarian Gypsy musicians and dancers, will make its first local appearance Feb. 24 at 8:30 p.m. in the Pavilion of the Music Center. Bolton Rowe, will receive its West Coast premiere by the Immaculate Heart College theater arts department Jan. 20-21 at 8 p.m. in the Immaculate Heart Little Theater, 2021 N. Western Ave. The work is a parody of grand opera. BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS ANGELA LANSBURY -NATIONAL board of review and snapshots. The live Ginger Rogers, starting with "Embraceablo You," the song from her first stage musical, Gershwin's "Girl Crazy" in 1930, explored many favorites along the way, including "Night and Day" and "Lei's Call the Whole Thing Off." More recent efforts were represented by glimpses of her portrayal of the title roles in "Hello, Dolly!" and "Mame." ! No one will pretend that the voice did not sag a bit in its pitch and vocal support. And the movement was not entirely the crisp, agile sort remembered from Rogers and her favorite partner. But then, Larry Merritl, the gentleman with whom she shared Sunday's terpsichorean spotlight decidedly is not Fred Astaire. Between numbers, Rogers tends to get a bit giddy, but that seems less cloying than eager. Arrangements by musical director Hal Borne, who directed the 13-piece orchestra, like the choreography by Onna White, wore respectful of current realities. Rogers' appearance in La Mirada was a benefit for the Sheltered Care Foundation, ati organization providing nursing homes for these who share her faith in Christian Science. RICHARD HOUDEK Ginger Hogors, surely among the world's most persuasive commentaries o'i the glories of life's seventh decade, sang and danced her way energetically through two shows Sunday at the La Mirada Civic Theater. Her act, (10 minutes in length, carried the title, "An Evening to Remember," and, translated to its simplest terms, the idea made eminently good sense. This was not a case of yesteryear's star on the comeback trail, pandering to the iasles of modern audiences by shifting her talents to rock or rhythm & blues. Rather, it was a nostalgia buff's dream. As Rogers told the large and radiant crowd gathered for the matinee, all the numbers in the show would be those associated with her long career in show business. Proceedings got under way with a six-minute screening of snippets from the dance routines of those 10 memorable films made with Fred Astaire. Film clips were adroitly used later in the show to provide diversion as the star made backstage changes in the sumptuous and generally astute wardrobe. Those films included a few frames from "Kitty Foylc" and "Roxic Hart" as well as the countless hoofing heroines. Smaller screens flanking the wings offered atmospheric slides of sheet music covers, movie three-sheets KOW Al THESE SELECTED THEATREU HiSn!pfiZ.044HbD'J Fiihion Mil ?, 953 Oil) WSfw D?niln 3 19 fi800 I 3AHTA MONICA ftilsiun' J, 391 fi3W HIOU WCrllD Cenlwi 0(8 In 03 lfl?4 CUIVEH CITY GARDEN GH0V HUNIIH0I0N PARK Culi 030 mi Vjiici Viet 1. M4UIM 'MB Ci'Umn hti! 117-1 0 TAMAIIA call Tlioitroi 1 IfwcoMoriM I.9M I3O0 I-or SMowllnid B ACADEMY MEMBEHSt 21 VOUH CARD WILL ADMIT YOU t A QUEST TO ANY PCRPORMAMCE 'MONDAY THROUGH TH'JHSDAY ONLY. 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(Angel); "Mozart: Piano Concertos Nov 2) & 9" Murry Perahla, piano (English Chamber Orchestra), (Cotumbli); "Rochmnnlnolf: Piano Concerlo No. 3" (Horowitz Golden Jubilee) Vladimir Horowitz, piano (Philadelphia Orchestra ) (RCA); "Vaughan Williams: Concerto for Tube1 Arnold Jacobi, tuba (Chicago LA .MIRADA L.1 Miudi iH) 'J'J4-?400 ALONDDA UA CINIMAS tOOO Ojki ifj0'-.t mtt,Hn Beit Clinical Performance In- Jul It " OLIPOALE Glcndjle ?4I 417? UA MOVIES North Hollywood 766 4317 strumentil Soolst it Soloists (Wltr,-out Oreheitra): "Bach: Italian ConcertoChoral PreludePrelude, 5922 Chromatic Fantasy & FugueFantasy & Fugue" Alfred Brendel, piano (Philips); "Beethoven: Late Piano Sonatas" Maurlzlo Poll'nl, piano PUtNTE G Hucntc Hills !j 'ytt A W C IWKItf, Ml kuui; "ooemovon: uiaoeni variations" Charles Rosen, piano (Peters): "Dehussv: Preludes for Piano. 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Chicago Symphon (Angol); "Stravinsky: 'Rita of Spring"' Zubln Mehla, ennd New' York Philharmonic (Columbia); "Va-rese: AmerlqueiArcanalonlsatlon Bouloz Conducts Varose)" Pierre Boulez, cond. New York Phllhermon-' Ic (Columbia). Beit Cpora Recording: "Charpen-tier: l.ou!so'" Julius Rude I, cond Chorus & Orchostra of Paris Opera with soloists: SIIU Gudda (Angel); "Lehar: The Merry Widow"' Julius Rudel, cond. New York City Opera Ofcliesfro and Chori'i with soloists: Sills, Titus (Angel); "Mozart: La Cle-men:o dl Tito1' Colin Oavli, cond, Orchostra & Chorus of the Royal Opera Housi, Covant Garden with soloists: Baker, Popp, Minion, Slade, Burrows (Philips); "Nlolien: 'Maska-rede'" John Frandsen, cond, Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra & Chorus with soloists: Hansen, Landy, Johanses, Plainer, Bastion, Sorensen (Unicorn); "Puccini: to Funclulla del West'" Zubln Mehta cond. Chorus & Orchestra of Royal opera House Covent Garden with soloists: Neblett, Domingo, Mllnes (13G); "Shostakovich: The Nose'" Gennady Rot-hdoitvensky, cond. Chorus 3. Orchestra and soloists of Moscow Chamber Opera. (ColumblaMelodlya); "Strauss: 'Salome'" Herbert von Ka-ralan, cond, Berlin Philharmonic wllh soloists: Behrens, Van Dam (Angel); "Verdi: o Travlata' " Carloi Kielber, cond. Bavarian State Opera Chorus & Orchestra with sololtls: Co i trubas, Domingo, Mllnoi (DG). Beit Choral Performance, Classical (Other Thin Opera): "Bach: Mass In B Minor" Neville Marrlner, cond. Chorus Academy of St. Martln-ln-the-Fieldi. (Philips); "Beethoven: 'Mlsia Solemnls'" Sir Georg SollL cond, Margaret Hlllis, choral director Chicago Symphony Chorus & Or-, chestra (London); "Bloch: 'Sacred Service'" Maurice Abravanol, cond, Utah Chorale & Utalt Symphony Orchestra (Angel); "Haydn: Man No. 9" Leonard Bernstein, cond, Joseph Ftummerfelt, choral director, Westminster Choir & New York Philharmonic (Columbia); "Prokollev: 'Alexander Mevsky" Leonard Slatkln, cond, Thomas Peck, choral director, St. Louis Symphony Chorus Orchestra (Candida); "Stravinsky: Noces' & Mass" Leonard Bernstein, cond. Trinity Boys Choir, English Bach Festival Chorus & English Bach Festival Orchestra (DG). "Vivaldi: 'Gloria' & 'Ma gn If leaf" Rlccardo Mutl, cond, Norbert Balatsch, choral director. New Phllharmonla Chorus & Orchestra (Angel). "Walton: 'Belihaz-zar'j Feast" Sir Georg Soltl, cond, John Alldls, choral director, London Philharmonic Choir & Orchestra (Columbia). Beit Chamber Music Performance: The Art of the Recorder" David Munrow, cond, David Munrow Recorder Coniori & Members of the Early Music Consort of London (An gel); "Barlok: String Quartet No. 2 & Quartet No. 6" Tokyo String Quartet (DG); "Bartok: Sonata for 2 Pianos & PercusslonMoiart: Andante wllh 5 Variations for Piano, 4 HandsDobus-sy; En Blanc et Nolr for 2 Pianos" Stephen Blshop-Kovacevlch & Martha Argerlch (Philips); "Beethovon: Sonatas for Violin & Piano" (Complete) Itzhak Perlman & Vladimir Ashkenaiy (London); "Duet! for Two Violins" Itzhak Perlman & Plnchai Zukerman (Angel); "John Williams & Friends" John Williams, Carlos BonelL Brian Gascolgne, Morris Pert, Keith Marloram (Columbia); "Mozart: Quartets for Pianos & Strings" Artur Rubinstein & Members of the Guarnlerl Quartet (RCA); "Schubert: oo," Eddlo Polmlrl; "Mongo a la Carte," Mongo Santamorla. Bost Recording for Children: "Cnartlo Brown's All-Stars"; "The Hobblt (Complete Original Sound Track)"; 'Tho Muppot Show"; "Peter and the Wolt"; "Seiame Street Kover." Bost Comidy Recording: 'The Rut-les (All You Need Is Cash)," Ihc Rut-les; "On Sloge," Lily Tomlln; "Sex and Violins," Martin Mull; "A Wild and Crazy Guy," Sieve Martin; The Wizard of Comedy," Richard Pryor. West Spofcen Word Recording: "Citizen Kane lOrlglr.o. Motion Picture Sound Track)"; "Juhn Slelnbock: The Grapes ol Wralh"; 'The Nixon Interviews With David Prost"; "Reels (Original Sound Track for TV)"; "Wufherlng Helgnts." Best Instrumental Composition: 'The Captain's Journey," Leo Rlien-our; "Consuelo's Love Theme," Chuck Manglone; "End of the Yellow Brick Road," Quincy Jones, Nick AshtordL Valerie Simpson; "Friends," Chick Corea; 'Theme From Close Encounters of the Third Kind," John Williams. Beit Original Score for a Motion Picture or TV Special: "Ballleslar Galectlca," Stu Phillips, John Tarla-glla. Sue Collins, Glen Larson; "Close Encounters of the Third Kind," John Williams; "Holocaust: the Story of the Family Weiss," Morton Gould; "Midnight Express," Giorgio Moroder; "Revenge of the Pink Panther," Henry Manclnl, Leslie Bricusse. Best Cast Show Album: "Ain't Mis-behavln'"; "Best Little Whorehouse In Texas"; "Beatlemanla (Original Cast)"; 'The King and I"; "On the Twentieth Century." Best Jan Vocal Performance: "All Fly Home," A1 Jarreau; "Gentle Rain," Irene Krai; "How Long Has This Been Going On," Sarah vaug-han; 'The Main Man," Eddie Jefferson; 'Together Again for the First Time" (Mel Torme and Buddy Rich), Mot Torme; 'True to Life," Ray Charles. Beit Jazz Instrumental Soloist: "Heavy Love," Al Cohn; "Monlreux 77 Oscar Peterson Jam," Oscar Peterson; "Rosewood," Woody Shaw; "Sophisticated Giant," Dexter Gordon; JStan Getz Gold," Stan Getz. Best Jazz Instrumental Group: "Friends," Chick Corea; "Heavy Love," Al Cohn & Jimmy Rowles; 'The Peacocks," Slan GetzJlmmy Rowles; "Rosewood," Woody Shaw Chorus Ensemble; "Song for Sisyphus." Phil Woods Qulnlef Best Jazz Instrumental, Big Band: "Big Band Jazz," Rob McConnell & the Buss Brass; "Insights," Akiyoshl-Tabackln Big Band; "Live In Munich," Thad JonesMel Lewis; "Sophisticated Giant," Dexter Gordon & Orchestra; Thad Jones Greetings & Salutations," Thad Jones. Best Instrumental Arrangement: "Aa" (Woody Herman Band), Alan Broedbenl; "Green Earrings" (Woody Herman Band), Joe Rocclsano; "Mad Hatter Rhapsody" (Chick Corea), Chick Corea; "Main Title (Overture part One), Wlz Original Film Sound Track," Quincy Jones and Robert Freed man; "Run nln'" (Earth, Wind & Fire), Tom Tom M. Best Arrangement Accompanying Vocallst(i): "Falling Alice" (Chick Cores), Chick Corea; "Fantasy" (Earth, Wind a, Fire), Tom Tom 84 "Got to Get You Into My Life" Earth, Wind & Fire), George Martin; "It Happens Very Softly" (Andrea Mar-covlccl), Robert Freed man; "We Three Kings" (Christmas Festival Chorale & Orchestra), William Pur-sell. Beit Arranaement for Voices: "Crv Also in Orang, County at HUNTINGTON CINEMA. Huntington 8tach 7 14348.0388 0NIVEPBAL. STUDIOS TOUR AhMCACOMPAWI 0Ptm0O3AU.tSTtQuR3PU Best Clinical Vocal Soloist Performance: "Brahms: Alto Rhapsody" Christ a Ludwig-Boehm, cond, Vienna Philharmonic (DG); "Luciano Pa-varoltl Hits From Lincoln Center-Luciano Pavarotti (various occomp.) (London); "Maria CollasThe Legend" unreleased Recording! Maria Callas (various conductors & or-chest ra), (Angel); "Munorgiky: 'Songs & Dances of Death'" Gall na, Vlihnevskays (Rostropovlch. cond, London Philharmonic), (Angel); "Ravel: 'Shcherazade' "Marilyn Home (Bernstein cond. Orchestra National de France), (Columbia); Teresa Berganza Favorlle Zarzuela Arias" Teresa Berganza (Asenslo cond, English Chamber Orchestra), (Zambra); "Wagner: Arias Dietrich Flscher-Dleikau (Kubellk, cond. Bavarian Radio Orchestra), (Angel). Best Engineered Record I noClassical: "Bach: Mass In B minor Marrlner, cond. Chorus & Academy of St. Martlii-ln-the-Fleldi (Philips); "Beethoven: Symphonies" (Complete) Ka ralan, cond, Berlin Philharmonic Gunter Hermann, enalneer IDG): Jim TOB?cSuSE0 WITH THE I "Berlioz: Symphonle Fantaitlqye"' . 'I 1 SVMSTER STALLONE urmonoy, cona, r nnaaeipms urcne-itra, Paul Goodman, engineer (RCA)j "Bruckner Symphony No. 5" Kara-Ian, cond, Berlin Philharmonic Gunter Hermann, engineer (DG); "Frederick Fennel! Cleveland Symphonic Winds" Jack Renner, engineer (Te-larc); "Hoist: The Planets'1 Marrln er, cond, Concertgebouw Orchestra (Philips); "Messlaen: Turangallla' Symphony" Prevln, cond, London Symphony, Chris Parker, engineer (Angel); Prokofiev: 'Alexander Nev-iky-Slalkln, cond, St. Louis Symphony & Chorus, Marc Aubort, engineer (Candlde); "Varese: Amer-IquesEtc (Boulez Conducts Varese)" Boulez, cond. New York Philharmonic Bud Graham, Arthur Kendy & Ray Moore, engineers (Columbia); -Wagner: 'Die walkure': Ride of the ValkyriesTristan': Prelude Act 1 'Gotierdammerung': Siegfried's Funeral Muslc'Slegfrled': Forest A Seymour 8odt- & Attocufi Rttn4 ItthnKdmfjjf larV Jtramsealiey OH'BWMRSMCllfSlUOOS ii wc.wiiwhispisiimo ,rHJfliJ A UNIVERSAL PICTURE TECHNICOLOR" AMERICAN MULTI CINEMA Murmurs- Leinsaort, cona, loi m- SHOWTIMIS FOI TODAY ONLY geles Philharmonic Doug Sax & Bud Wyatt, engineers (Sheffield Lab). HUNTINGTON CINEMA 1. Huntington Such 714848-0386 EGYPTIAN 3. 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Male: "Baker Street," Garry Rafterly; "Co-pacabana (at the Copa)," Barry Ma-nllow; "I Just Wanna Slop," Glno Von-nelll; "Running on Empty," Jackson Browne; "Sometimes When We Touch," Dan Hill. Best Pop Vocal Performance, Duo. Group or Chorus: 'The Closer I Get to You," Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway; "FM (No Static at All,'' Steely Dan; "Got to Get You Into My Life," Earth, Wind & Fire; "Saturday Night Fever," Bee Gees; 'Three Times a Lady," Commodore. Best Pep Instrumental Performance: "Children ol Sanchez," Chuck Manglone Group; "Close Encounters of the Third Kind," sound trock; "Gultar Monsters," Chet Alklns, Les Paul; 'The Pink Panther Theme (78)," Henry Manclnl; "Star Wars and Close Encounters of the Third Kind," Zubln Mehta, cond. the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orch. Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female: "Almighty Fire," Aretha Franklin; "I Love the Nightlife (Disco Round)," Alicia Bridges; "I'm Every Woman," Chaka Khan; "Last Dance," Donna Summer; "Our Love," Natalie Cole. Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male: "Close the Door," Teddy Pen-der grass; "Dance With Me," Peter Brown; "l Can See Clearly Now," Ray Charles; "On Broadway," George Benson; "When You Hear Lou, You've Heard It All," Lou Rawls. Best R&B Vocal Performance, Duo, Group or Chorus: "All 'n' All," Earth, Wind & Fire; "Boogie Oogle Oogle," Taste ol Honey; "Ease on Down the Road," Diana Ross 6. Michael Jackson; "Natural High," Commodores; "Use Ta Be My Girl," CJays. Best R&B Instrumental Performance: "Images," Crusaders; "Modern Man," Stanley Clarke; "Run-nln'," Earth. Wind & Fire; "Stree-twave," Brothers Johnson; "Sweet 8. Sour," Average While Band. Best R&B Song: "Boogie Oogle Oogle," Perry Kibble, Janice Johnson; "Dance, Dance, Dance," Bernard Edwards, Kenny Lehman, Mike Rodgers; "Fantasy," Maurice White, Eddie del Barrio, Verdlne White; "Last Dance," Paul Jabara; "Use Ta Be My Girl," Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff. Best Country Vocal Performance. Female: "Here You Come Again," Dolly Parton; "Quarter Moon In a Ten-Cent Town," Emmylou Harris; "Sleeping Single In a Double Bed," Barbara Mandrel I; 'Talk In' In Your Sleep," Crystal Gayle; "Walk Right Back," Anne Murray. Best Country Vocal Performance. Male: "Georgia on My Mind," Willie Nelson; "I've Always Been Crazy," Waylon Jennings; "Lei's Take the Long Way Around the World," Ronnie MM sop; "Love or Something Like It," Kenny Rogers; "Softly, as I Leave You," Elvis Presley; "Take This Job and Shove It," Johnny Paycheck. Best Country Vocal Performance, Duo or Group: "Anyone Who Isn't Me Tonight," Kenny Rogers and Dottle West; "Cryin' Again," Oak Ridge Boys; "Do You Know You Are My Sunshine," Staller Brow "If the World Ran Out of Love Tonight," Jim Ed Brown, Helen Cornelius; "Mamas Oon't Let Your Babies Grow Up lo Be Cowboys," Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson; "On My Knees," Charlie Rich with Janle Frlcke. Best Country Instrumental Performance: "Banlo Sand I Is," Roy Clark and Buck Trent; "CookJn' Country," Danny Davis & the Nashville Brass; "One O'clock Jump," Asleep at the Wheel; "Steel Guitar Rag," Roy Clark; "Under the Double Eagle," Doc & Merle Watson. Best Country Song: "Everytlme Two Fools Collide," Jan Oyer, Jetlrey Twoel; 'The Gambler," Don Schllli; "Lei's Take the Long Way Around the World," Archie Jordan, Naomi Martin; "Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys," Ed 6. Patsy Bruce; 'Take This Job and Shove It," David A. Coe. Best Gospel Performance, Contemporary or Inspirational: "Come on, Ring Those Bolls," Evle Tornqulst; "Comic Cowboy," Barry McGuIre; "Destined to Be Yours," McGuIre; "Imperials Live," Imperials; 'The Lady Is a Child," Rcba; "Whal a Friend," Larry Hart. Best Gospel Performance, Traditional: "Elvis' Favorite Gospel Songs," J.D. Summer & the Stamps QU His Amazing Love," Blackwood Brosj 'The Old Rugged Cross," George Beverly Shea; 'TRclreshlng," the Happy Goodman Family; "Sunshine & Roses," Cathedral Quartot. Best Soul Gospel Performance, Contemporary: "CooklnV Teddy Huf-fam & the Gems; "Danlebctlc Live In Sweden With Choralcrna," Danlebellc and the Choralcrna; "First Lady," Shirley Caesar; "Live In London," An-drac Crouch & the Disciples; "Love Alive II," Walter Hawkins. Best Soul Gospel Performance, Traditional: "Amazing Grace," Gladys McFadden & Loving Sisters; ' I Don't Feel Noways Tired," James Cleveland & the Salem Inspirational Choir, "Live and Direct," Mlghly Clouds ol Joy; "Special Appearance," Rev. Isaac Douglas; 'Tomorrow," James Cleveland S tne Charles Told Singers. Best Inspirational Performance: "Be hold," Billy Preston; "First Class," the Boones; "Goln' Up In Smoke," Larry Marl; "Happy Man," B. J. Thomas, "He Touched Me," Tonnes-sec Ernlo Ford; "Precious Memories," Anita Kerr. Best EThnlcTradltltnul Recording: "Chicago Blues at Home," Eddie Taylor, Jimmy Rogers, Johnny Srlnos, Homesick James Williamson, Bob Myors; "Cllflin Chenlor and His Red Hot Louisiana Band In Nrw Or-Ifiiins," Clifton Chcnler; "I Hoar Somo Slues Dowmlalrs," Fenton I'oblnson; "I'm Ready," Muddy Woturs; "U.S.A.," Memphis Slim & His House Rockers. Best latin Recording: "Co-o Mly-am," Fanla All Stars; "Lourl.ido Almeida Trio," Laurindo Almeida; "Homnatc a Biny More," Tllo Puonlo; "La Raza Lallno," Orchestra Harlow; "Lucuml, Micumbo, Vood -aaaWUBtaaaaaawaaaMiav- and 0:19 PM I HAWTHORNE 1PUENTE HILLS ! 1 ACADEMY MEMBERS: Hawthorne 1 Hiwthom. it ONLY STAtiRED( ) FEATURES 11.50 TIRST MATINEE SHOWING ) WING forg m FROM HAVAROHEIPG) (TLS 6:00) B:lS No Family Nile Your card will admit yuu and a guest to any performance. EVERY WHICH WAY BUT LOOSEfPG) 5:15-7:30-9:45 Family Nlla Puente 1 Aniu-Codlnu 965-S667 9 SI Hawthorne 2 national lampoon's Puente 2 Shelly Winters KING OF THE GYPSIES (R I Me a River (the Singers Unlimited), Gene Puerllng; "High Clouds" (Vocal Jazz Incorporated), Ira Shank man; "Rotunda" (McCoy Tyner), McCoy Tyner; "Siayln' Alive, (Bee Gees), Bee Gees,- "Stuff Like That" (Quincy Jones), Quincy Jones, Nick Ashford, Valerie Simpson. Album Package: The Boys In the Trees," Johnny Lee and Tony Lane; "Bruce Roberts," Tony Lane; The Cars," Ron Coro; "Children of Srnch-ez," Junle Osakl; "Heads," John Berg, Paula Scher; "Last Kiss," Grlbbltt Tim Bryant; "Non -Fiction," Barbara Wollrsch; "Out of the Woods." Ron Coro and Johnny Lee. Album Notes: "Beethoven; 9 Symphonies," Irving Kolodln and Bill Bender; "A Blng Crosby Collection. Vol. I and II," Michael Brooks; "Ellington al Carnegie Hall 193," Leonard Feather; "Georgia Sea Island Songs," Alan Lomax; The Individualism ol Pee Wee Russell," Dan Mor- 8 en stern; "Works of CarpenlerGII-ertWeissPowelt," David Baker and R. D. Darrell. Best Historical Repackage Album: "A Blng Crosby Collection, Vols. I and II," Michael Brooks, producer; Tho First Recorded Sounds, 1U8 to 1929," George Go ra bed I an; The Greatest Group of Them All," Bob Porter; "La Dlvlna," Peter Andry and Walter Lcgge; "Lester Young Story, Vol. 4" Michael Brooks. Best Engineered Recording: "All 'n' All," George Massenberg; "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" sound track, Sye Mitchell, Chris McNary and Jim Isaacson; "FM" sound track, Roger Nichols and Al Schmill; "Pyramid," Alan Parsons; "Sounds . . . and Stuff Like That," Bruce Swedlen; "A Tribute to Elhel Waters," Allen Sides and John Ncal. Best Producer: Bee Goes, A'bhy Galuten and Karl Richardson; Poter Asher; Quincy Jones; Alan Parsons; Phil Ramonc. 6:00-8:30 XrflOniUd bCnitn AlanAJda ANIMAL HOUMIKI (TLS 6:15)8:30 No Family Hlta Lata Show Tonight Family NiH ClMffll BKfH WWI. at WitwL imsJl 213475-0711 Walter Malthau CAltfOKMA SUm(PO) 1:45-3:45 -5:45-7:50 -9:55 INVASION Of TM TampaIHofdrtorl B93-0111 Hawthorne 3 Puonte 3 lOOr SMATOOSIfO 12:45-3: 10-535-flffl)-i05! NATIONAL LAMPOON'S ANIMAL HOUSE (R) 5:15-7:30-9:45 Family Nile FASHION CTR AVC0 CINEMA Wbh. it Wirwd. 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CALIFORNIA SUni(PO) M6-9660 1:30-0'30-5:30-7:30-9:30 ROXY Alondra S iors from eraiiliri Rosemead 1 national lampoon's Classical Album of the Year: "Bach: Mass In B Minor" Nevlllo Marrlner, cond Academy of St. Martln-ln-tho Fields (Phillips); "Beothovnn: Symphonies" (Complete) Herbert von KaraUm, cond, Berlin Philharmonic (DG); "Brahms: Violin Concerto" Itihak Perlman with Carlo Mario Gl-ullnl, cond. Chicago Symphony (Angel); "Dvorak: Symphony No. 9" Carlo Maria Glullnl, cond, Chicago Svmohonv (DG); "Mahler: Symphony :5! EuclrdbtLSinU 9:00 Ana&RlvirtklaFwy. IYIS Of LAURA MARSJR) 714772-8902 7:15 CINEMA Donald Sutherland HOLLY RotMtt Shaw-Karrlson Ford J HLYWOBl, fOKClltH . 4 WILCOX FROM HAVArtOK(F-G) 465-21M 1:00-3:15-5:30-7:45-b:rj6 ; HASTINGS ,.,."""!': 3SN.isaio cawmma sum oj . 7M-7111 6rajMMJft00 ; COLORADO ,S"i!W i 9ju c cm nfunn fVfftV WMKM WAY . MIDNIGHT IXPRESS(R) 6:30-3:55 Family N-to So. of Vanlura Fwy. Leonard Nlmoy Van Huyi Blvd. INVASION Of THI CStNTURY 21 WaltDhn.. 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Best Classical Orchestral Performance: "Beethoven: Symphonies" (CompletcO Herbert von Karolan, cond. Berlin Philharmonic (DG); "Srucknor: Symphony No, " Carlo Maria Glullnl, cond. Chicago Symphony (Angnl) "Hoist: The Planets'" Neville Marrlner, cond. Concertgebouw Orchestra (Philips); "Mahler: Symphony No. 4" Claudlo Abbado, cond, Vienna Philharmonic (DG); "Mendelssohn: Symphonies" (Complete) Kurt Mtisur, cond, Leipzig Gnwandhnus Orchostra (Vanguard); 'Messlaen' Turangallla' Symphony" Andre Prevln, cond, London Symphony Orchestra (Angal); "Rachma-nlriott: Svmohonv Jo. 1" Leonard tMt-2-.S7 1:30-1;45-0;00-8:20 WOODLAND HILLS Alan Alda P.IOBI OronfjB Mall 3 haiiohal lampooh's NallSVnen'a CAUI0RKA WnilPO) 6:00-8:00-10:00 CIIIEMA Alan Alda No Family Nlln . CAhRIAOE SO. MClnon'a. nils JrOLNORA I miaowins v caufoum smt(ro) . mz-iwi Montc'alr Pint Welter Mntthau 2VtttcfyCinqga Waller Malthau 970J-JS7I CALIfORHIA SUIT! 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