Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 4, 1960 · Page 31
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 31

Tucson, Arizona
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Saturday, June 4, 1960
Page 31
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The Wheels Click HOLLYWOOD -- UK -- Joha Wayne^who oan drink, gamble and brawl with the beat of 'em, deplored ~ today tins psychotic weaklings depicted as heroes ia modem down4»at mwie«. : "T«a or 15 years ago audience* went do pictures to 'see men behaving like men," he said, Today there anrtoo inanyMieurotic JOHN WAYNE Not the sensitive type "It's the Tennessee Williams "effect both on Broadway aod ia movies." . " . " . ' ' . Wayne is a towering man who migjit be dismissed by 'so-calted intellectuals as a nice guy, Iwt M hall of fire in I.Q. department. TV big guy foots them, however. -1T»e wheels are clicking along all the time. "Williams and a lot of other writen go far afield to find American men who are extreme cases," be said, "They aren't iepre*ent«dv« af the average- maa in this country, but they five *e impression that we are a Mtiott'of weaklings who oan't keep up with ihe pressures a( modern living." , Wayne if disqualified automatically--by hi« racy appearance--from playing such fates as those .given Tony Perkins, Anthony Franpiosa, Hod Steiger, Paul Newman and otter seosi- · ttve types. . "- . · : · · · ' . . - · He wouldn't accept me trembling, born T-shirt types if they were ottered him. Wayne's lataat. pictures, "Go North" for 30th Century-Fox and "The Atamo" for his own Batjac Productions, »re he-maa epics of Alaska and Texas, respectively- ^ . ·'"'··' ' "Action uc the keynote of my pictures," he explained. "It's an added advantage ia every re- spect. I try to oombiae aa is«- mate story with people you oa* toot for. Ihe more awftenoa identification wi* ** aha*- aoters lie belter off you are. -Thea al*»r an iadmato Mew mere riwwM be a jfcot «* some scenery la give audience* a chance to''breathe a Bttte. ria The Alamo' there aw nea like Davy Crockett, Jim Bowie and Wittiam Travis wh» have problems, but there -m strengih within them with which they overcome-the hardships. "Even if mere had been psychologists in those days these men would not have gone for treatment. · "Men still handle their om problems today, but they are not being fairly represented. la- stead they're depicted as weaklings who can't take the prea- ·uros of modern compeOtwo." LAST 2 DAYS Don't Miss This ExcepthMal Mexican Film AN OUTSTANDING CAST -- Ca-Hk Camedy -- ·LOS PAQUETES DE PAQUITA' Maria Victarta Paramount 3 1 8 i Conqrpo ^ ' OPEN 12:30 AFRICA AS YOU'VE NEVER SEEN IT!! Anthony NeWLEY-Anm AUBREY NOW SHOWING AT BOTH THEATRES ODEO N»f cUs Highway RINCE Priitca, ])ANGEll--MENKIIlIN(i! AflWGWNDSIAWiHTER A DAME ON His MIND... A SMILE ON His BABY-FACE... AND MURDER IN THE Music Box HE CARRIED: T|* MaH)og KilterWto Starring: John Erkf»n · J«XIM M«rvay Only a hated top- gun can aav* a town at the mercy of t- CO Under FLOYD'·*« mm 4FACH IlISQI MllkWAV ·LIFE BEGINS AT lr* . *HAVE ROCKET WILL "THE LINEUP-' "O.IANT aCHEMOTM" ADM. fl.M r*r**n Ciiildr«n Under It FRCE t*«. DRIVE-IN SHOWINQ Y. arynn*r-K. K*n4«ll "ONCE MORE WITH FCCLINO" V. Pric»-J. Ev,!y» "TMi TINQLE)*" CACTOi Fint TUCMR »*iowin» Tow«rin0 T»rr»r "CIUCUS OF HORROHS" Anton Otffrini Plui "THE RISE A FALL OF LESS DIAMOND" lioo »O,»,«K AVI. Lift Nit* Sandra D*« "GIOGET" · riaitte Bardot -MADEMOISELLE STRIPTEASE" K. O«uglM-A. Ladd.v. Hctlfci "LAST TRAIN FROM GUN HILL" '-SHANE" MIDWAY ^00 (AiTSTEEBWAtf Anthony P*rktnB.,fiin« F»n(ia "TALL STORY" Jam*. Crai«-Marth« Viokv. "FOUR FAST aUN»" R.arinf lf( Action J*nn ErickBOn-J«an- Harv*y "PRETTY BOY FLOYO" PIU "NOOSE FOR A GUNMAN" R«»rin« }T Action John Crickon-J«an Harvoy "PReTTY aOY FLOVO'' Plu. "NOOSC FOR A O.UNMAN" J.rry Lowi. "A VlilT TO A SMALL PLANET" Charlton H.tton Oratory Pock "THE BIG COUNTRY" In Color 5am DawMti write* m *«*» affairs. KefWI MM like «4li««ri«I iMage «f t Daily Cili PAGE 32 TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN SATURDAY. JUNE 4. I960

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