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Statesman Journal from Salem, Oregon • Page 27

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Salem, Oregon
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Tht Ortgon Sloftvmon, Joltm, Friday, May 30, 1980, 5C maecbck entertainment 'Friday the 1 3th' bodes bad luck mtay, My No. i "l-rwlay ih IJib" tPiil 7, SOUTH Sl I IB IV IN ton No. I "Th tilth Hour" tR) I 1 3 a i MOTOR Vli tHI I IN I hUdMM 'lRl-'Dflumt 'ilHi) RW 10 I I Um utfl Show tit No "Turn Horn" tR)MJ JU Tj I MIR III SAI.tM DRIVE-IN MrHliW(R)loa dill -2 I "TV 13 "Ihr Mum Movw" (0) Zm mm A xy a rem mm HSISORt "Th China Syndrom" (PC) II 16. "And JuMHt For AM" (R)l la CAPITOL Norm Rm" IlHi) 7, 11 I3l "Th Row" (R)l Ufv LANCASTER No I "Mnwrll Snwrt and it Nude Bomb" IRIJ.IMU. No 1 "My Brilliant Career" (G) 7 I5, IS No 3 "The Long Ruler" (R) 7 Si, 5.

Short Subjfcl 7. IS. No 4 "Nithl Games" (R) 7. 10: XL "Cumat Knuwlede" (R) SO SOUTHGATE No. rTheGontsShow" (R)7 Short aibjecl 7 I 9 23.

No. 2 "Mwilballs" (Ki) 7, II); 40. "Saturday Night Fever" (PG) 8i No. 3 "Rocky" "Roiky 11" KEIZER No. I Hie Black Stallion" (G) 7.

9:25. No, 2 "Coul Miner'i Daughter" (PG) 7: 15,8.40. that foul deeds are under way and she's the next victim. The cat and mouse events that ensue are fairly exciting, though King has an annoying habit of assuming the psycho is knocked out when that is obviously not the case. A VIVID PIECE OF butchery settles matters and, just when you think the shocks are over, Cunningham springs one startlingly effective thrill.

But one real thrill does not a scary movie make and "Friday the 13th" may just succeed in perpetuating the idea that the title, and not just the date, is really bad luck. dictable task in businesslike fashion, it's perfect drive-in fare because you can see the preview, miss most of the movie, watch the climax and miss nothing. Betsy Palmer, a onetime television-theater personality, is the only recognizable face, a fact she may well regret by now. AS A PROLOGUE suggests, the locale of the film Camp Crystal Lake in New Jersey is not exactly a fun place. Back in 1958 a couple of amorous counselors sneak off into the attic, only to get a bloody surprise for their fun-seeking.

The scene shifts to Friday the 13th in the present as we learn the camp, closed for years because of some nasty occurrences, is about to be reopened. A would-be cook is warned, but doesn't even make it to the camp as she discovers the perils of hitchhiking. The rest of the counselors, six in all, and the camp owner are meanwhile blissfully unaware of the peril of a lurking psychopath. We mm mm June 1st, Sunday, 10:45 a.m. CALVARY TEMPLE ASSEMBLY OF GOD IS IE Salem, Oregon A -r'4r' n' ti t.

MANE iack michaelIi Ri 1 WiLJJ By RON COWAN OntfM fcunmM Rqwrwt "Friday the lh," pro-duced and directed by Sean Cunningham, screenplay by Victor Milter, camera by Barry Abrams, music by Harry Manfredl. Moving tonight to KeUer Cinema, rated running time IS minutes. There is a Friday the 13th this June and, (or better or worse, there is also a "Friday the 13th" at your local movie theater. latter is a pretty routine "endangered teenagers" exploitation movie which goes about its pre- Entry forms available PORTLAND Applications are now available for participation in the fourth annual Artquake, Portland's downtown celebration of the arts scheduled for Sept. 5-7.

Eligible to participate are artists, craftspeople, dancers, actors, musicians, writers and filmmakers. Deadlines for application are music, this Sunday; theater, mime, film and dance, June visual arts-exhibition, June 12; and arts-cfafts, June 16. Jury selection inmost categories will be in July. Further information is available by calling 227-ARTS or from the office in the Galleria, 921 S.W. Morrison Suite 404.

festival will be held this year on the Sixth Avenue Transit Mall between Yamhill and Burnside streets, with the Sept. 2-19 indoor art exhibit at the US. Bank Plaza Gallery, S.W. Sixth and Oak Street. Films will be shown at the Guild Theater.

FUCHSIA BASKETS M. just a short country drive SPRING VAUUEY NURSERY we grow for you nr" if ki I yvi' 1 I aim " -ThI iiimimiir II reMew aren't, of course, and the inevitable one-by-one murders (mostly during a raging rainstorrrf) are so well telegraphed that the killing is never asurprise. The gloomy nighttime photography is often confusing, not scary. PRODUCER-DIRECTOR Sean S. Cunningham betrays a rather plodding approach to suspense for most of the film, sometimes allowing his camera to act as the killer, sometimes as the victim.

And the victims, of course, deliberately put themselves in peril. Gore-lovers will only be moderately pleased by the throat-slittings, hatchetings and whatnot that are briefly displayed. Bing Crosby's son Harry is among the victims, but most of the actors are easily dispensed with. Finally, we're down to poor Alice (Adrienne King), a rather panicky young woman who finally realizes FRIDAY! I DON ADAMS is II i v'WC I liufStS'- MAXWELL SMART In Ml lift1' OTIS C31ISI3 d' 'jcJf- 1 I I Srl I'WraTOE'SDfl I plus short Subject LJt (W I CLOSES HERE, i SEASONAL CANNERY WORK PROCESSING CHERRIES, ierries mm JULY THRU OCTOBER Good opporf unities for persons available thru the end of the season Sign Up Saturday, May 31 Apply in Person Only MUST BE 18 TO APPLY UNION SCALE HOURLY RATES EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER OREGON FRUIT PRODUCTS CO. LOCATED IN WEST SALEM ISO PATTERSON STREET ARRIVING THE TEMPO KINGS Now thru Saturday Night III Si Ij jj Ill ji II STALLONE I "t5 1 I 1 ROCKY II 1 1 1 i TOP SIRLOIN DINNERS FOR TWO, Every Night 1 1M Your Hosts: Harry Evelyn Radosevich 444 Church St.

N.E. (Next to Greyhound Depot) li out there MiCtonmm wi NOW APPEARING AT The Prime Rib Riverside 1 Brilliant reviews for a Brilliant Film Vl 111 I i ArtiiKmt film of U. -NowncrKir)itncetl i 'I reimnd me of ymmg JJ wmcv. umm I 1 1 1 I 1 ') Klwi Htphyni tjtut IriM-i if mm I I 1 l'lk I Kitteinc film. Jr 1 fT tJ lir STARTS TONIGHT I MARK KERSCHNER and PAUL PAINTER on Vocal piano I ill! ntes- I Mil I 4 IVIIIVIIIi ,0 HllMl III Jj I I llllf'l 'iilllll I Swiiw9 I DRime RIB Thurt.

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