Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 15, 1961 · Page 86
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 86

Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, April 15, 1961
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Lancaster, Liz Leading Oscar Race By JOSEPH HNNIOAN (Uf»r) -Bart Lftficisffcf wtthfilliabMh Taylor ar« front runners In this Oscar derby and look like the beta to MS, top actor find actress of Awards tof •I Lancaster ivis nomirtAttd, fer lils role ai tha f f 6 r y ftienthef in "Elrtet .$*«. try" whlIA,MlBs Taylor Is cbft' tending, 'ert the strgngtri 'of :hdr portrayal of a sinful woman In "Butterfleld 8/ 1 Competing agairtst Lancaster is .Tack Lerftmon "The Apartment," Spencer Tracy "Inherit the wind," Trevor Hbward "Sons and Lovers," and Laurence Olivier "The Entertainer." Miss Taylor must beat out Shirley Machine "The Apartment," Deborah Kerr "The Sundowners,". Mellna Mercourl "Never on Sunday," and Greer Garson "Sunrise at Campobello." Th« beautiful Elizabeth Is heavily favored to win the female actress statuette on two accounts. First, she turned In a good per formance in "Butterfield 8," and second, her recent battle against rear fatal Illness undoubtedly won her some votes. This year's competition marks the fourth consecutive time that Miss Taylor has been nominated for the golden man. She never has won. This is Lancaster's second nomination. He lost out to Bill Holden in 1953. PHOfeNTX tHtAfEM Pots "Black Stniday," 12:20, 1:15, 8:10, M5', 12; "Hideous Sun Demon," 1:50, 4:45; 7:40,10:40. Vista: "Ben-Hue," 2, 8. Paramount: "Mlilltma ires," 1:50, 5:30, 0:20; "Circle of 11:48, 5:30, 7: J5, 11. Palms: "Exodus," 2, 8. Strand! "Atlas," 12:30, 3:40, 6150, 10; "Plunderers of Painted Plats," 10:511, 2:OS, 5:15, 8:20. * h o e ft I fct "Goliath and the Dragon," 12, 3, 8:25, 9:45; "Why Must! We," 1:20, 4i40, 8:05, bfttVE4N THEAf ERS intent*: ''Yellowstone Kelfy," :15,11:50; "North by NorthweStj" 9:25. - .,. Bound-Up: ''Cirnfliton," 7:30, 10:55; "Men Against the Artie," 10:20. Oasis: "Tunnel of Loye," 7:35, 12:25; "Anatorhy of a Murder? 1 &:45. Sands: "Diary of a High School Bride," 7:15, 10:15; "Ghost of Dragstr!pHollow,"fl:05. TONIGHT MUSIC by Clay Kamwy and th* Old Timers Stnler Citlien Dane* WtdntMlcy • lOe , 30th Av«. and W. McD»w*ll DANCE For ODD FELLOWS & REBEKAHS and their friends ODD FELLOWS BLDG. k 31 N. 3rd. Aye. UoiUIrs Admission Wed. $1—Sar. $1.25 MARLIN McLAWS and HIS ORCHESTRA CLUIB PAH I<:E 1801 W. VanBuren DANCING NIGHTLY to TERRY BROWN and his Pirates LEFT BANK ROOM Danclnt 1 tt 4 «,m. Friday, Saturday. NO ADMISSION Cinema Fare In Valley ALL; Pioneer: "Man- of the Wat; 7:30, 12:10; "Solomon and Sheba," 9:45. Indian: "Millionairess," 9:40; "Circle of Deception," 7:25. 11:10. Rodeos "Tin Star," 7:30 11:15, 2:20; "Going Steady," d:35, 1. Big Skys "Sword of Sherwood Forest," 7:40, 11:30; "Three Worlds Of Gulliver," 9:30, 12;|0. Mustangs "Web of Evidence," :'32; "Three Worlds of Gulliver," 7:37, 10:57, VALLEY THEATERS KlVa: "The Lovers," 6, 9:05; "Hiroshima Mon Amour," 7:35, 10:40. Cinema Portoflrto's: "Panther Panchall,;' 1:30, 7; "Aparajito," WILLIS SWORN IN WASHINGTON (AP)'— Frances E. Willis, 61, America's top-ranking woman career diplomat, was sworn in yesterday in her new job as ambassador to Ceylon. 15 B. Main I Open »:00 A.M. Last Shew at 2:30 P.M. c -**-j i I Conflnuouj—•Show Lam Approx. 2V» Hrt. ScettSdalelAduIti 90c _ Chlldr.r, 50e — Junior* 7Se 3:15, 8:45; "The World of Apu," 5, 10:30. Valley Art: "The League of Gentlemen," 6. 8, 10. Parkway: "The Captain's Table," 2:11, 7:13. 11:04; "The Misfits," 3:58. 9. Kachlna: "Pepe," 12:35, 3:50, 6:55, 10:05. Mesa: "Cimarron," 12:45, 3:45, 6:45, 9:45. Glen: "Legion of Sleepy Hoi- low," 12:45, 4:15. 7:50; "Cimarron," 1:35, 5:05, 8:40. Jrd AV*..«V. With. Adm. 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For Details On Arizona's Most Unique Party and Picnic Facilities coll WE 5-3791 Enjoy Dinner With Us This Sunday and Then Tour the Ranch! loe«t»d on lower L«k* PU«i*nt ACADEMY AWARDS CINEMASCOPE-TECHNICOLOR A CCXCJMI'i WCIUH The Seninlion of "Arotiiul Tlx \Vorl,l In SOD<iyt' CANTINFLAS as 3P3E3P3E to-iiurint DAN DAIIEY- SHIRLEY JONES Plut 35 STARS APPEAR/NO AS THeustLvesr MAURICE CHEVALIER •BINGCROSBT MICHAEL GALLAN-RICHARD GONTE BOBBY DARIN-SAMMY DAVIS Jr, JIMMY DURANTE-ZSAZSABABOR :^JUDY GARLAND'GREER BARSON HEODA HOPPER-JOEY BISHOP ERNIE KOVACS-PETER IAWFORO JANET LEIGH-JACK LEMMON JAY ,.,ar«. NORTH -HIM NOVAK ANDRE PREVIN- DONNA REED DEBBIE REYNOLDS • EDWARD G. ROBINSON CESAR ROMERO-FRANK SINATRA »nd many, many tnortl "A Hilarious Parpdy Mor» ih«n msrely fjinny" . .. 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TI7-VI7J • DMA r>n»n'* CIMARRON I GLENN FORD • MARIA SCHELL ANNE BAXTER • ARTHUR O'CONNELU Acldodl ROUND-UP: Diirtoy'j "MEN AGAINST THE ARCTIC" MESA * GLEN: Walt Diin«y'« "LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW" PIONEER I Op»n iMi p.m. GARY COOPER in "MAN OF THE WEST" PIVI Serttn Eplcl "SOLOMON ANO SHEBA" Optn pV' cll wl "NORTH BY NORTHWEST" Plui Clint Wllkor In "YELLOWSTONE KELLY" OASIS Dl {^' p t>,.«,, KJ »ll Vu.. • nl Open M5 p.m. James Stewart in "Anatomy Of A Murder" Plui Pork Piy In "THE TUNNEU OF LOVE" Mt'tU H*i I Mu.n Vi no 4 «4tfH OP«O p.m. "DIARY OF A HIGH SCHOOL BRIDE" PlUII "a«Q$T Of OBA9JT8IP HOLLOW" • ''&:••' • to-t TO* CIRGIf Bradford DILLMANi-Suzy PARKER Harry ANDREWS CO-HIT The Millionairess ALASTAIR SIMS GARY RAYMOND • DENNIS PRICE VITTORIO DE SICA CINEMASCOPE and COLOR Paramount il ind Ave. Poort open 1U30 A.M. Park FREE after 5 Phx Till* Lot Indian DRIVE IN Galcv open 7;go P.M. W. Indian School at 27th'Avt. SEATS AVAILABLE BOX OFFICE OPEN 9 A.M. TONIGHT'S PERFORMANCE 8 P.M. 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