The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 1, 1986 · Page 22
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Entertainment The Salina Journal Wednesday, January 1,1986 Page 22 Marquee Salina movies Jewel of the Nile — Mid-State Cinema, Rated PG 101 Dalmatians — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated G Out of Africa — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated PG Rocky IV — Mid-State Cinema, Rated PG Spies Like Us — Fox Theater, Rated PG Young Sherlock Holmes — Vogue Theater, Rated PG TV movies, specials 7 p.m. — Orange Bowl, NBC, Salina Cable Channels 3 and 4 The Oklahoma Sooners take on Penn State's Nittany Lions. 7 p.m. — Sugar Bowl, ABC, Salina Cable Channels 9 and 10 Miami meets Tennessee. 7 p.m. — The Night They Took Miss Beautiful, WGN, Salina Cable Channel 11 Chuck Connors, Sheree North (1977). Terrorists hijack an airline with five beauty pageant finalists on board. 7:05 p.m. — The Outlaws Is Coming, WTBS, Salina Cable Channel 13 Three Stooges, Adam West (1965). Four newspapermen become targets for gunslingers when they try to stop the slaughter of buffalo. 8 p.m. — Intimate Strangers, CBS, Salina Cable Channels 5 and 12 Teri Garr, Stacy Reach (premiere). After nine years in a Vietnamese prison camp, a POW's reunion with her husband proves to be as awkward and difficult as her adjustment to society. 8 p.m. — The Promise, Salina Cable Channel 7 Kathleen Quinlan, Stephen Collins (1979). A young man's mother pays for his fiancee's expensive plastic surgery after an accident and tells him his fiancee has died. 9 p.m. — Any Wednesday, WTBS, Salina Cable Channel 13 'Rocky IV' retains its box office lead HOLLYWOOD (AP) — "Rocky IV" brought in $10.8 million over the weekend to boost its five-week total to $86.5 million and continue its box office domination. The No. 2 and No. 3 films weren't too far back, however. "Jewel of the Nile" grossed $8 million and "Spies Like Us" came in with $7 million for the weekend. "Out of Africa" was fourth with $6.5 million and Disney's re-release of "101 Dalmatians" was fifth with $5.7 million. "White Nights" drew $4.8 million for a six-week total of $22.3 million. "The Color Purple" brought in $3.2 million, but averaged $15,658 at 202 screens. By comparison, "Rocky IV" averaged $4,774 at 2,253 screens. Here are the top seven films at the box office this past weekend, with distributor, weekend gross, number of screens, total gross and number of weeks in release. 1. "Rocky IV," MGM-UA, $10.8 million, 2,253 screens, $86.5 million, five weeks. 2. "Jewel of the Nile," 20th Century Fox, $8 million, 1,490 screens, $27.6 million, three weeks. 3. "Spies Like Us," Warner Bros., $7 million, 1,700 screens, $33.6 million, four weeks. 4. "Out of Africa," Universal, $6.5 million, 922 screens, $14.2 million, two weeks. 5. "101 Dalmatians," Disney, $5.7 million, 1,180 screens, $11.1 million, two weeks. 6. "White Nights," Columbia, $4.8 million, 1,057 screens, $22.3 million, six weeks. 7. "The Color Purple," Warner Bros., $3.2 million, 202 screens, $7.1 million, two screens. McPherson launches fund drive to save historic Opera House McPHERSON (HNS) - A "Save the Opera House" fund has been created by the McPherson Arts Council, according to Peggy Van Asselt, head of the Arts Council and a vice president and trust officer at People's Bank and Trust. 'Bit by bit, the 97-year-old McPherson Opera House is falling down. Weeks ago it underwent the indignity of being ringed by barrels, ropes and red warning flags so passers-by would stay clear of debris. The three-story brick building suffered from years of neglect before being acquired by People's Bank in a sheriff's auction. There was talk of demolishing the historic building that, in its prime, housed everything from traveling minstrel shows to silent movie matinees. The demolition cost was estimated at $28,000. But a flurry of letters to the editor from concerned citizens appeared in the McPherson Daily Sentinel. With $5,000, temporary repairs could be made to secure the building through the winter. With more money, permanent repairs could be made so the structure would be more appealing to investors, Van Asselt said. City Inspector Melvin Johanson said he feared a heavy snow of 8 to 10 inches could cause the roof to cave in and the walls to buckle. "That's why we're taking contributions now, so we can fix it before a load of snow can bring it down," Van Asselt said. Said City Engineer Gerry Bley: "The general condition of the Opera House is typical of most historical buildings prior to restoration. The building can be restored and rehabilitated." The Arts Council hopes to see part of the building developed as luxury apartments, another section as a 900- seat auditorium and part of the ground floor used for small shops. Tax deductible contributions can be sent to P.O. Box 66, McPherson. 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