The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 14, 1986 · Page 16
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Entertainment The Salina Journal Tuesday, January 14,1986 Page 16 Marquee Salina movies A Nightmare on Elm Street-2 — Vogue, Rated R Black Moon Rising — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated R Jewel of the Nile — Mid-State Cinema, Rated PG Out of Africa — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated PG Rocky IV — Mid-State Cinema, Rated PG Spies Like Us — Fox Theater, Rated PG TV movies, specials 7 p.m. — Bugs Bunny — Looney Tunes, CBS, Salina Cable Channels 5 and 12 All-Star 50th anniversary. Bill Murray, David Bowie, Cher, Danny Thomas and Jeff Goldblum are among the guests who will be on hand to pay tribute to five decades of Warner Bros.' animation. 8 p.m. — 60th Anniversary of the Grand Ole Opry, CBS, Salina Cable Channels 5 and 12 Nashville's Grand Ole Opry celebrates its 60th anniversary with performances and tributes by more than 100 guests, including Roy Acuff, Alabama, Loretta Lynn, Minnie Pearl, Willie Nelson and Dolly Parton. 9:05 p.m. —MountainMan, WTBS, Salina Cable Channel 13 Denver Pyle, Ken Berry (1977). A man who is suffering from miner's lung disease sets out to find fresh air in the wilderness and becomes a champion of conservation. Midler not only divine, but diabolical Briefly British broadcaster at Bethany LINDSBORG — British broadcaster James Burke will be at Bethany College for a residency Jan. 20-21 as part of the January interterm. Burke will speak at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 20 in Presser Auditorium on "Technology and Change." The talk is open to the public at no charge. Burke has been a television writer and presenter on BBC in Great Britain for more than a decade. He presently is preparing a book and a 10-part BBC series on major historical changes in Western knowledge leading to modern cultural attitudes and institutions. In 1979, he wrote and presented "The Real Thing," a BBC series of six half-hour films on the brain, the senses and the philosophy of reality. "Connections," a 10-part series on the history of technology that was aired in 1978 on PBS in the United States, had the highest-ever audience for a documentary series. A related book was a best-seller here and in England. He was chief BBC correspondent for all the American Apollo moonflights. In 1975-76, he was co-host with Raymond Burr for "The Inventing of America" for the U.S. Bicentennial. Saint Paul Orchestra concert set LINDSBORG — The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra will appear in concert at 4 p.m. April 13 in Presser Auditorium at Bethany College as part of the Second Century Performing Artist Series. It will be the orchestra's only Kansas performance. The 34-member ensemble is under the direction of Pinchas Zukerman, now in his sixth season as music director. It is the country's only full-time professional chamber orchestra. The program will include works by Mozart, Neikrug, Haydn and Mendolssohn. Tickets at $8, $6 and $3 go on sale Feb. 1. All seats are reserved and there are no refunds. A self-addressed, stamped envelope with payment and indication of options if the price category is sold out should be sent to Office of Business Manager, Bethany College, Lindsborg, Kan. 67456. After Feb. 1, phone orders will be accepted by calling 227-3311, ext. 249, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays. NEW YORK (AP) - Bette Midler hasn't lost any of her punch, including the ones that land below the belt. But she may have to quit singing her theme song, "Friends," after certain celebrities hear her new album. The title may just say it all: "Mud WILL Be Flung Tonight.'' She talked about her latest work at her New York loft. There's a new movie, "Down and Out in Beverly Hills," as well as her comedy LP, which recalls some of the wick- Midler edness of her early days when she wisecracked to a mostly gay audience at New York's Continental Baths. "It's not a lot of mud, it's just twit mud," she said, with a mock pout. As for having any friends left after the album's release, she laughed: "I didn't have any friends when I started." From quips about Bruce Springsteen ("Bruce, you look good. What happened?") to imitations of Meryl Streep's accent to merciless digs at Sally Field's screeching "You like me!" Academy Award acceptance speech, Midler's album proves she's not only divine, she's diabolical. "Actually," she said, "everybody that I dumped on on that record I happen to like a lot." In fact, the album is just good, foulmouthed fun, and it carries a disclaimer sticker: "This album contains material that may be deemed offensive by Bruce Springsteen, Madonna and Prince. For adults only." Midler also sings several songs, inclading a ditty about the invention of the brassiere, and reprises the Sophie Tucker routines from her "De Tour" tour of 1982-83. But what Miss M was really up to in much of 1985 was shooting a movie with a few of Hollywood's bad boys, appearing at benefits, including the Live Aid concert and getting to know her husband of one year. "I finished a film with ... Nick Nolte and Richard Dreyfuss, and that was a great experience," she said. "Dick Dreyfuss was hysterically funny and charming, and Nick Nolte was great, too. The three of us have not the best reputations in town... but we were good. We were all on real good behavior and very supportive of one another and it was tremendous." The movie, which opens Jan. 30, is a remake of the Jean Renoir classic, "Boudou Saved From Drowning," with Nolte playing a bum who tries to drown himself in the swimming pool of a Beverly Hills family. "The husband (Dreyfuss) is having a kind of crisis and he invites the bum to stay over, much to the chagrin of the wife, and that's the character I play," she said. "The bum sort of turns the household inside out and gets them to take a good, hard look at the frivolity and silliness of their ways." While Midler's post office address is Beverly Hills, she really lives in Coldwater Canyon. "They let you know you're on the wrong side of the street, and I happen to be on the wrong side of the street." Garbage collection isn't as classy where she lives. She has to make do with "any old piece of corrugated tin" while on the right side of town, "they give you the nicest Dumpsters you've ever seen." But the tribulations of Beverly Hills living are unimportant to Midler, who said her marriage last December to Martin von Haselberg has given her a new sense of peace. "It has had a tremendous calming effect on me. He's very supportive, and I've discovered that it's nice to be supportive of someone else, too, which is a big step forward," she said. Von Haselberg is a commodities trader and performance artist. As Harry Kipper, von Haselberg was one of the Kipper Kids, a duo whose act included throwing food on the audience and each other. He's not performing much anymore. I. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Holiday Salina Celebrates Tuesday, January 14th at 7:30 p.m. Eleanor Jones, Contralto; Jennifer Gordon, Mezzo Soprano; Dave Jacobs, Tenor: Performing A Vocal Concert. Accompanist, Jo Anne MacDowell. . a. Mew. 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