The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 7, 1986 · Page 18
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Entertainment 3 movies garner 6 'Globe' nominees BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) "Prizzi's Honor," "Witness" and "Out of Africa," with such big-name stars as Jack Nicholson, Harrison Ford and Meryl Streep, garnered six nominations each for the 1986 Golden Globes awards. • "The Color Purple," Steven Spielberg's film about the life of an abused black woman based on the Pulitzer- Prize winning novel by Alice Walker, received four nominations for the awards given by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. They included one for best movie drama, best director for Spielberg and best actress in a drama for Whoopi Goldberg. The other nominees for best drama were "Out of Africa," "Witness," "Kiss of the Spider Woman" and "Runaway Train." 2-HIGHT MOVIE RENTAL Rent A Movie Today Keep It Tonight! Keep It Tomorrow Night! Bring It Back The Next Morning By 9 AM! 7 Days A Week 80% Of Our Stock Gold Star Tapes S «• 99 7 Days A ^ | Week _20%_Of_Our Stock__ VCR PLAYERS Tuesday & Wednesday $4 AOO Per I \J Week Normal_$_20.£p Per Week DOWNTOWN NEWS & BOOKS CARROLL'S BOOKSTORE Open 7 Days A Week 24 Hour Drop Boxes Nominees for best musical or comedy were "Prizzi's Honor," "Back to the Future," "A Chorus Line," 'Cocoon" and "The Purple Rose of Cairo." Nominations for "Out of Africa," based on Isak Dinesen's chronicles of her years running a Kenyan coffee plantation, included Streep as best actress in a drama, Klaus Maria Brandauer as best supporting actor in a motion picture and Sydney Pollack as best director. "Prizzi's Honor," a black comedy about a couple engaged in organized crime, also garnered six nominations, among them Nicholson as best actor in a musical or comedy, Kathleen Turner as best actress in a musical or comedy, Anjelica Huston as best supporting actress, and her father, John Huston, as best director. "Witness," the story of an Amish child who witnesses a murder and the consequences on his religious community in rural Pennsylvania, also got six nominations. They included Ford as best actor in a drama, Kelly McGillis as best supporting actress and Peter Weir as best director. It was announced earlier that actress Barbara Stanwyck, f ,-, < whose acting career spans six decades, will be awarded the association's Cecil B. DeMille Award Stanwyck for outstanding contribution to entertainment. Stanwyck has been nominated for Academy Awards four times and in 1982 won an honorary Oscar for her "superlative creativity and unique contribution" to film. Her 85 films include "Double Indemnity," "Stella Dallas," "Golden Boy" and "Sorry, Wrong Number." She has also won two Emmy awards for television performances. She starred in the 1960s Western series "The Big Valley" and is currently in "Dynasty II: The Colbys." The nominees were chosen by a poll of the group's 80 members. Winners will be announced in a televised awards ceremony Jan. 24. Do you need another employee? Hundreds of readers are looking through the classified ads every day. Phone 823-6363 and an ad-taker will help you. tizzli Salad Days through the month of January* Potato Bar and Salad Bar included with every meal (Excludes child's menu and luncheon specials) FREE Refills On All Drinks Lunch Served From 10:30 to 4 pm Orders To Go Available Hours: 10:30 to 10 Sun. thru Thurs. 10:30 to 11 Friday and Saturday • STEAK HOUSE - 1708 W.Crawford Try Us For Service & Quality At Its Best! PUT THE ROSS TO WORK FOR YOU. And get a Credit Line Account up to $200,000. You've worked hard for it all. Now, isn't it time you put the boss at Beneficial" to work for you. Right now, there's a Beneficial manager ready to talk about what you want. Just you, the boss -and a Beneficial Credit Line up to $200,000. So talk to the boss at Beneficial—who's always ready to work hard for you. The boss is in at the following location: SALINA- Kraft Manor Building 1825South9thStreet 827-5501 Eventagaand weekends by ippoiotineat. All loans subject u> credit approval Individual and joint credit available. Beneficial <£>!9S5,BMCA Talk to the manager, and you're talking to the boss. Duo-pianists Markham and Broadway. Markham and Broadway next MC Artist attraction A concert by duo-pianists Markham and Broadway, scheduled for 8 p.m. Jan. 18 in the Marymount Fine Arts Theatre, is the next attraction of the Marymount College Artist Series. The four-hand piano mastery of Canadian Ralph Markham and American Kenneth Broadway has won acclaim from audiences and critics throughout Europe and North America. Their repertoire of music for one and two pianos extends from Mozart to contemporary composers. The pianists first met when they studied with duo-pianists Vronsky and Babin at the Cleveland Institute of Music. After further study in Paris with Magda Tagliaferro and in Munich with Raphael de Silva and Claudio Arrau, they had their concert debut at the Villa Midici in Rome. Marquee They have toured France, Germany, Italy, Holland, Switzerland and Great Britain. They performed in London with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Their North American appearances have included recitals and concerts with orchestras in New York and Washington, D.C., and in Canada at Toronto and Vancouver. They have made a BBC recording in London, and RCA Records has released Markham and Broadway recordings of original music for piano duet by Anton Rubinstein. Admission for the Marymount concert is $6 for the general public, and $4 for students and senior citizens. Call 825-9898 or 825-2101, ext. 202, for ticket information. 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 7:05 p.m. — Come September, WTBS, Salina Cable Channel 13 Rock Hudson, Gina Lollobrigida (1961). A millionaire discovers his caretaker is using his villa as a hotel when he's away. 8 p.m. — A Time to Triumph, CBS, Salina Cable Channels 5 and 12 Patty Duke, Joseph Bologna (premiere). Based on a true story. After her husband suffers a massive heart attack, a housewife becomes a U.S. Army helicopter pilot to support her family. 9:15 p.m. — Scavenger Hunt, WTBS, Salina Cable Channel 13 Richard Benjamin, James Coco (1979). An eccentric millionaire's will sends his heirs on a wild scavenger hunt, the winner inheriting a fortune. Briefly 'Cartooning' workshop planned "Cartooning," a Saturday Afternoon at the Art Center workshop for children, will be offered Saturday as part of the Arts and Humanities Commission's Festival Currents program. Children in grades one through three may attend the free workshop from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Children in grades four through six may come from 2:30 to 4 p.m. It will be held at the Art Center on the Kansas Wesleyan campus. It will be taught by John Borra, a cartoonist for Hallmark, Inc., in Kansas City. Participants will learn basic techniques of cartooning, with emphasis on expressions and movements. Enrollment is limited and pre-registration is required. To register, call 827-1431. Audubon Society sponsors film The Smoky Hills Audubon Society will sponsor a showing of the 30- minute film, "The Garden of Eden," at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in room 201 of Peters Science Hall at Kansas Wesleyan. The program is free and open to the public. The film explores why the world's plant and animal life are critical to the future. Wes Jackson, founder and co-director of The Land Institute in Salina, will discuss the film and genetic diversity. Jackson has a doctorate in genetics from North Carolina State University. He has written several books, including "New Roots for Agriculture." His most recent book, "Meeting the Expectations of the Land," will be available for sale and autographs. 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