Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on September 21, 1968 · Page 108
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 108

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Cinemaiare in the Valley .PHOENIX THEATERS $«th fifty Clfl*f anias "Abound the World in 80 S," 2, 5:15, 8:30. Wallace and show, 10; "The Pro: 4, 7:15, 10:30; "The Party," 2:15, 5:30, 8:50. Cine Capri: "The Odd Couple,'" k20, 3:15, 5:15, 7:20, 9:30. * Continental: "Brand of Sftaf&C" continuous from 12'. 30. • ^JQX:. "The Stranger Re- tM-ns." 2:55, 6:35, 10:15; "•Dark of the Sun," 1, 4:40, 8:30. Wests "Five Card Stud," 3:10, 7, 10:40; "Blue," 1:15, 5, 8:45. Palms: "Dr. Dolittle," 2, 8. Paris'. Adult movies continuous from. noon. Thomas Mall: "No Way to Treat a Lady," 1:50, 5:50, 9:45; "President's Analyst," 3: JO, 7:35. Tower Plaza: "Yours, Mine and Ours," 2:55, 6:39, 10:23; "duns for San Sebastian," 1, 4:46, 8:30. Vista: "The Graduate," 2:45,, 6:30, 10:20; "No Way to Treat a Lady," 4:30, 8:20. bRIVE-IN THEATERS Acres: "Stranger Returns," 7, fO:40; "Dark of the Sun," 8:50. Big iSky: "Frankenstein Created Women," 7:29, 11:14; "Mfimmy's Shroud," 9:20, 12:45. Cinema Park: "Rosemary's Baft," 7, 11:30; "Anzio," 9: 3k Ifldian: "The Parent Trap," 7:15 S 11; "The Gnome-Mobile," 9:25. Mustang: "Shaggy Dog," 7:07, 10:54; "Never a Dull Moment," 9:07. Northern: "For Love of Ivy," 7, 11; "The Family Way, 1 ' 9. Nu-View: "The Fox," 7, 11:05; "Reflections in a Golden Eye," 9:05. Oasis: "Nevada Smith," 7:30,11:55; "Chubasco,"10:15. Peso: "Gatillo Veloz," 7, 10:50; "Yo Pecador," 8:50. Phoenix: "Will Penny." 7, 11:25; "Blue," 9:25. Pioneer: "Yours, Mine and Ours." 7:20. 11:30; "Vengeance of She," 9:55. Rodeo: "Frankenstein Created Women," 7:29. 11:14; "Mummy's Shroud," 9:20, 12:45. nound-Up: "Hang 'em High," 7:30, 11:25; "Guns for San Sebastian," 9:35. Sands: "Eight on the Lam," 7:15, 11; "Fitzwilly," 9:30. Silver Dollar: "With Six You Get Eggroll," 7, 11:16; "Big Hand for a Little Lady," 9. Thunderbird: "Thomas Crown Affair," 7:15. 11:20; "Devil's Brigade," 9:05. VALLEY THEATERS Camelback Mall: "Interlude," 1:20, 3:40, 5:55, 8:10, 10:30; Short Subjects, 1, 3:15, 5:35, 7:50, 10:10. AWARD HONORS SCIENTIST WASHINGTON (AP) - Dr. Jofin A. Wheeler of Princeton University, who helped pioneer the nuclear age, was named yesterday to receive the $25,000 Enrico Fermi award. i Nobody BUT ^Oo o Body fjlAKES A BETTER ROAST BEEF SANDWICH WAN ... MOBY'S W6 E. Camelback Rd. '; (Across From Sears) Yvonn Lovejoy Tawny Angel PI us The Gem Tones 5-9 DAILY Ph. 275-0946 Dining & Dancing 3202 E. Washington Josephine Tussaud SEE 100 WAX FIGURES DON'T MISS IT ... THEY SEEM ALIVE! OPEN DAILY & EVENINGS AMI-IUCAN . WAX MUSEUM OH Scottsdale Rd. at Filth Avt. Scottsdale 545-8955 TIM ADAMS (Valley Recording Artiit) APPEARING NIGHTLY HANGOVER LOUNGE 155 W. Camelback 265-0936 Fall Is exciting at the SAMOAN VILLAGE! 'cause we have the COOLfSr HAPPENINGS luch at PEARLS OF THE PACIFIC REVUE in iti 3rd Record Smashing Year THUR— 10 pin, FRI— 9:30-11:30 SAT— 8:30-10-11:30 pm PLUS! the COOL Beat of RICHIE OROPEZA nightly In our ALL NEW LOUNGE Your Island in the Sun A^OTXJH MOTEt. 3901 EAST VAN BUREN Most Credit Cardj Honored SCENIC SOUNDS PRODUCTIONS CO. PRESENTS IN DANCE CONCERT THE IRON BUTTERFLY BLUE CHEER SANDELLS SPECIAL GUEST STARS * BYRDS SWEETWATER SAT., OCT. 5th-8 P.M. ARIZONA STATE FAIRGROUNDS Tickets $3 in Advance $3.50 At The 0*or Tickers Available at f All Coliseum Box Offices t All Community Bo* Qffltef • Bill's Records t Thorn** Mall Kty Shop t left Hip Pock«t Shops • Serendipity Shop, 016ft: "Five Card Stud," 1, 5, 9: "Blue," 3. 7. Haydfcfl East: "Shakiest Gun in the West," 3:40, 8:10; "Thoroughly Modern Millie," 1, 5:30, 10. Kachlna Cinerama: "2001: A Space Odyssey," 2, 8:30. KiVa: "Bye, Bye Braverman," 6:35, 8:30, 10:25. Mesa: "Five Card Stub" 1:15, 5:30, 9:45; "VillaRides," 3:20, 7:35. Parkway: "CarnavaJ en mi Barrio," 4:42, 8:24; "Tard Humard," 2:47, 6:29. 10:11. Valley Art: "Reflections in a Golden Eye," 7:15; "The Fox," 9:15. Underground movies at midnight. Trained ARRAGAN ' KIRCHOF'S ORIGINAL KOKO HAS Buddy Mlltan—Hal Sunday Music Every rt!9ht txcepf fvna»Y ftMft n* 6AST CAMELBACKJ ••••ititiimmiiMMlPh * BIGGY'S ! • STEAK CORRAL !§The same deliciouJ Ch^r- ^broiled S t e a k J at the*'* same LOW PRICES 1J ICE COLD BEER •? Sal., Sppl. 21. 1M* The Arizona Rejnihlic 7.1 Available { 4125 N. 7th Sf. J44-A^40j (Across from VA Hospital) { 11-9 7 DAYS ••'Something New and D[fferent»»a Don't Miss it! S Phoenix' Entertainment Showcase 5th Edition "Highlights of Broadway" Thur., Frl., Sat., & sun. 8:30 P.M. PLUS DAVE DOUGLAS Magician and Mentalist Thurs., Frl., Sat. & Sun. Plus THE GALAHADS Frl. and Sat. 10:30 6 Theatre Restaurant 3437 E. 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