Star Tribune from Minneapolis, Minnesota on October 30, 1977 · Page 62
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Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Sunday, October 30, 1977
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I.jl Ijll T T. V t K, y V , y, y y y y. V'v v ' , v. 4D Minneapolis Tribune Sun., Oct. 30, 1977 At the movies i- a-.'jjvi otlw t NED 1WHAM PRtSEJfrS A KtNRJCXY PfUtD IHtATHt PROOUCTMM nL KtlTUCXY FHIFD MCME" e Itoduoe LARRY KOSTHOFF Ewn4fc AoJuc KIM JORGENSEN Sownpfay by JFRRV ZUCKER. JAMES ABRAHAMS. lyMDZUCKER 'odutad by ROBERT K WEISS Dbdd by JOHN LANDIS . ... RELEASED BY UNITED FILM tUSTRIBUTION COWWNY NC fl3 TnrcminTr iTIT Ainuimbiui-"- C W77 KFM HLMS NC NOWSHOWING! SEE INDIVIDUAL ADS FOR FEATURE TIMES. 1SAT. & SUN. MATINEES1K The VJild Cnc BOULEVARD CAMDEN NORTHTOWN VILLAGE 4 RIVERVIEW MOVIES AT BURNSVILLE HEIGHTS EXCELSIOR DOCK 1 SHELARD PARK MOVIES AT EDEN PRAIRIE WAYZATA By Bob Lundegaard Staff Writer "Heroes," the first of what promises to be an avalanche of Vietnam-war movies, has a number of things going for it. It stars Henry (The Fonz) Winkler and Sally (Flying Nun). Field, two of the hottest properties in show business, and it tries to say some serious things about what the war did to us as a nation. But it's essentially a mishmash of unfulfilled ideas. The promotion blurbs for the film call it both "poignant" and "hilarious," which could mean that it defies classification or that director Jeremy Kagan and writer James Carabatsos weren't sure what they were doing. I vote for the second choice. Winkler plays a combat veteran, with a "readjustment" problem. For disrupting a military recruiting station in New York, he gets sent back to Veterans', Hospital, but within minutes he breaks out so that he can head for California, with the financial backing of the fellows in the ward, to realize his dream of raising worms with his army buddies. Miss Field is also heading west, and they meet on the bus. She's about to be married but decides to go to Kansas City for a few days so she can think things out. In the stale convention of madcap comedy, Winkler makes himself so obnoxious in forcing his attentions on her that she can't resist him. In an even staler convention, this uninhibited zany becomes unaccount- At the movies Continued on page 5D , ,,, SIDNEY CM JAMES EARL POmCR COSBY JOKES A PIECE OF THE ACTION SAT. & SUN.: 1:15-4:00-6:45-9:30 jUMM JON,,' I 5755 WAYIATA81VD, S44-1506 J 6:45, T FRI. 30 TICKETS NOW ON SALE F0 NEXT FRI. t SAT. NITIS. NO PHONE Olt- DtltS. NOCHECKS. "2SS VALENTINO .BIZARRE! tk, RIJIX)LF NUREYE I f rMS N SAT. A SUN. 12:30, I 571 WAT7AU itVP I. MO, 7:30, 9 SO 3 v I r- Technicolor Ipo Burt Reynolds SaHy FieW Jerry Reed Jackie Gleoson HELD OVER AGAIN FOR ANOTHER WW WEEK! SEE INDIVIDUA1 ADS FOR FtATURE TIMES nTTTTI J, M3-9S21 " "Inside Jennifer Welles' featuring sex fantasies wtlft bits of well-turned humor and better prod' action touches than most porno films, could become the Deep Throat' of 1 977." ARTHUR KNIGHT MpFs. Trib ADM $4 5C f!T7h J INSIDE JENNIFER WELLES" v ,.,C The first new twist in 2000 years' i OW 1)11 I i nV 1st run AWARD WINNING short OKIh'OhLL J . I . . n t I to . I34SOT4 mem utm 14 I y p. J AN ADULT MOVIEGOER MUST! All Your SENSES will fcRUPT, in an ORGY of EROTIC PASSIONS! JOHN "THE WADD" HOLMES PLUS "DESIRES WITHIN YOUNG GIRLS U jifiV Tj j -y "WILD RIVER GIRLS" with Christine Dover UlH:nV."jllffi1 cSuSw P""SAFARI CLUB" with Lyn Steven. Johnny Kys in 'BEHIND THE GREEN DOOR" pivt "IOVE AFTER SCHOOL" 334-M70 AU MAlt CAST ph "CHAINS" "DEEP THROAT" 'DEVIL IN MISS JONES' aOMEY BILL JAMES EARL POiTIER COSBY iOES ' A PIECE OF THE ACTION A delightfully delicious dilemma! NOW l j.mjji I rnMiH;i.m NOW I tTiffT I SHOWING SHOWING See separate theatre listings for times. FESTIVAL TODAY AT 2:00-3:50-5:40 7:30 AND 9:20 Henri-QeoroB Ctouzot t 'a- neat A md,.i kus H.pil tt With iinx,nfe Siy.i. WEDNESDAY THURSDAY NOV. 2-3 Woman h the Dunes FRIDAY . SATURDAY NOV. 4-5 Breathless J 1500 1. LAKE ST. 724-1232 , OPEN 10 A.M. TO 2 A.M. "One Last Fling" plus "Out Take' 1" ALL NEW ADMISSION PRICES $3.00 Singles$5 00 Couples $ 100 Senior Citizens "DYNAMITE" ' "ORIENTAL KITTEN" with Jehnny Wodd SHOW STARTS 10:30 A.M. SAT. 4 SUN. BARGAIN MATINEES ALL $1 AC TILL SEATS 2 PM ECINA 1 1 2'YORKTOWN 1 1 leCAMPUS (CAMPUS ON SUN ONIY) 1 "SOLARIS" ! T1 r 1KKM:M-7K)0 I t:45G O JUitPH ANDKtnV M - 1 TUUtertAn. 444j J f "YOU LIGHT UP MY LIFE" 1 T l?:3&?:Ilr3:455:20J:00!:4a 10:10P( (hoKIGiM)I fdifn Ho'Iumk tiriH rtammwih Anna amt (He King yl bim Vul ftynn. - I n.t)n'.1 Ktttf Ja in thn mtchaMi'iq hk.mi.h AT 1 45 4 15-7 001 9 45 K0M. TUtS. WED. "SMILE" nt5.'"WHERE'S POPPA' Mwwepwt 4 tlie 2i fit J 2ND WILD WEEK! DCtKI THAN MWSI "GUMS" ADMISSION J SO m J Ml loo afths UI 1! lMHi:)tH 1 MM , do ow laea ii ooanrn f Hl'Jil'H 1 "JOSEPH ANDREWS" SAT. AT 7:3S t M0 SUN AT 1:35-3:35-3:35-; 35 & 9:30 g "SMOKIY AMDIHI . BANDIT" W 1 1.IS-7 JS 4 t-lMB Y1IIM 4Wtt "THE BAD IN BREAKING 1 1 1S7 I.HM.IbH I 1 D NEWS BEARS mimais I IHG TRAINING" 99' I SAT. & SUN. MATINEE! ATI:IJi):M BOULEVARD all aq( HEIGHTS SEATS 77 ROD STEWART SPECIA GUST STAR AIR SUPPLY i r THE CONCERT Wed.. Nov. 2 .- 8 PM , , ; y tS '-i'i" : St. Paul Arena ' Tickets $7.50 advance j . . . :. 1 THIN LIZZY RAHAM PARKFR i2T JT, & I He HUMUUH -rtC F IV-U - 8 m- St- Paul Theate? .,T . Tickets $6.00 in advance DODBYRD 1 ftS and the - BLACKBYRDS AN EVENING WITH JETHRG TULL lyv November 15 - 8 PM i ' St. Paul Arena f . ! !! V Tickets $6.00 in advance BILLY JOEL Tue. Nov. 22 - 8 PM c: , f -Statt Theatre , All seats reserved. $6.50 and ' $5.50, available at Daytons. , r T7 t WALKER ART CENTER PRESENTS JOAN Aiuimi)iN6; MichMl Katakit SUN., NOV. 27 - 7:00 & 10PM GUTHRIE THEATRE $7.00 and $6.00 rittvid at -at Daytoni & Guthrit Leo ttofflte State Theatre December 16 & 17 -8 PM All seats reserved, $7.00 and $6.00 available at Daytons. by Charles Dickens nn6 pninur y.ip Plum pudding, Marley's ghost, Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim, and of course. Ebenezer Scrooge bring Victorian London to the Guthrie Stage. A colorful new adaptation of Charles Dickens' heartwarming classic. Due to the overwhelming demand for tickets 7 to this Guthrie holiday classic, eight new , . performances have been added during" the i week of December 26. v Tickets at the Guthrie Box Office,-Mon, -Sat. 9 am to 9 pm call (612)377-2224 and at all, Dayton's Ticket Offices, (612)375-2985 " 1 !" ThoGuthfb ' -i 'J .'-i AMD 30HAMI1 it Hfct H ,t I

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