The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 3, 1971 · Page 43
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1 1 1 Movie Menu Ayr-Vu "BLUE WATER, WHITE DEATH" - Chatty documentary chronicles adventures of Peter Gimbel and his crew on their around-the-world quest for the Great White Shark. Professional aquanat daredevils travel over 12,009 miles on a six-month journey that spans from South Africa and Ceylon to Austrailia. Plus, "The Light at the Edge of the World," a Jules Verne adventure story starring Kirk Douglas, Yul Brynner and Sa- mantiha Eggar. Story takes place on a tiny island off Cape Horn in 1865, just after the infant nation of Argentina inaugurated a lighthouse . . . "the light at the edge of the world." Sunday. "BOB AND CAROL AND TED AND ALICE" — Comedy about two young married couples (Elliott Gould, Dyan Cannon, Robert Culp, Natalie Wood) who try to be "swingers." Also, "Cactus Flower," with Walter Malthau as a dentist-playboy who tries to keep from marrying h i s mistress, Goldie Hawn, by tellint,' her he Is already married. Plan backfires when Matthau fails for his make-believe wife, I n g r i d Bergman. Friday-Saturday. > *• + Southutch "THE ABOMINABLE DR. PHIBES" - Vincent Price is Dr. Phibes, a wierd man who Is believed to have perished in an automobile accident but reappears to avenge his wife's death. She died during an operation and the "creative" Phibes plans to kill each of the doctors on tlio surgical team, by following the pattern of the ten curses which befell the Pharoah in the Bible. Morbid humor is more offensive and boring than funny. Also, "Blood and Lace," a sick imitation Grand Guignol melodrama starring Joseph Cotton and Terry Thomas. Sunday. "WEDDING NIGHT," "THE SWAPPERS" and "TWO GENTLEMEN SHARING" — Titles say it all. Friday-Saturday. LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER Kirk Douglas is captured by a crew of pirates in "The Light at the Edge of the World," now showing at the Ayr-Vu. Based on the novel by Jules Verne, the adventure film also stars Yul Brynner and Samantha Eggar. lishment or not. It Is surprising that with a graphic rape scene t three bloody deaths and a good deal of violence, the MPAA has rated this GP. Here fo ran extended run. Fox "THE STEWARDNESSES"- Three-dimensional look at the world of the "Stews" is one sex-with-a-gimmick movie produced by Al Stilliman that is a surprising success. There is a whole new generation of filmgoers who weren't around for the last 3-D craze ("House of Wax") and this gimmick is pulling them in across the country, according to a recent report in Variety. Picture has no pretense to serious drama and the campy soap-opera saga of the grounded sky girls adds a touch of humor. Here for an extended run. Television Today 10:30-Mak« A Wish, 10 ,13 Face The Nation, t, J, 12 11:00—Sacred Heart Program, 2, 3, 11 Guidelines, 12 Big Picture, 6 College Football '71, 7 Best of Bowling, 10, 13 11:15—Open House, 2, 3, 11 11:30—Meet the Press, 2, 3, 11 NFL Today, 6, 12 12:00—NBC Pro Football, 2, 3, 11 Directions, 10, 13 NFL Football, (,, 7, 12 12:30—Issues & Answers, 10, 13 l:00-Collcge Football '71, 10, 13 2:00—Sunday classic, 10, 13 — "State Fair" 3:00—Baseball Playoff, 2, 3, 11 Pro Football, 6 ,7, 12 3:45—Davey and Goliath, 8 4:00-Mr. Magoo, 10, 13 Toy, That Grew Up, 8 5:00— Folk Guitar, 8 Movie of the Weekend, 10, 13 — "My Six Loves" S:30-Brldge With Jean Cox, 8 Flag 4 "BILLY JACK" - Controversial film attempts to comment on most of the problems facing American youth today. Simple plot, the love of a peace-loving woman (Delores Taylor) for a renegade half- breed (Tom Laughlin), is combined with themes of prejudice, Indian-white relations, ecology, the generation gap and drugs. Story goes in so many directions at once that it is difficult to concentrate on any one idea and despite the good intentions of the filmmakers, most of it is lost in the confusion. However, here is the area from which the controversy stems, depending upon whether you are a member of the Estab- 'BILLY JACK,' a contemporary drama starring Tom LaughKn in the title role, is now playing at the Flag for an extended engagement. 4:00—Sportsmans Friend, 2, 3, 11 Sunday News, 7, 12 Dealhvallcy Days, < Civilisation, 8 6:30—CBS Movie, «, 7, 12 — "To Sir With Love" Wonderful World of Disney, 2, 3, 11 7:00-Tho FBI, 10, 13 Firing Line, 8 7s30—Jimmy Stewart Show, 2, 3, 11 8:00—Sunday Movie, 10, 13 — "Von Ryan's Express" Bonanza, 2, 3, 11 Masterpiece Theatre, 8 "Jude Iho Obscure" 8:30—Cade's Country, 6, 7, 13 Tho Bold Ones, 2, 3, 11 9:00—Philadelphia Folk Festival, 8 9:30—Rollin' On Tho River, t, 7, 12 10:00—News, i, 7, 12 KSN News, 2, 3, 11 10:30—Cinema Sunday Night, 2, 3, 11— "The Cocoanuts" Vinco Gibson, t, 7, 12 Sceno Tonight, 10, 13 11:00—Movie, 6 — TBA SPECIAL FALL -REDUCED ADMISSION- Tcmite's DRIVS'IN THEATR6 PROBABLY THE MOST TERRIFYING FILM YOU'LL EVER SEE . . . "THE ABOMINABLE DR. PHIBES" VINCENT PRICE ALSO "BLOOD & LACE" MAN-EATER! "BLUEWATER, WHITE DEATH" THE GREAT WHITE SHARK AND JULES VERNE'S LIGHT AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD" KIRK DOUGLAS Cannon, 7 Movie, 10, 13—"The Rlver'i Edge' Mormon Conference, 12 2:15-ABC Weekend Mows, 10, 13 2:30—KSN Lato News, 2, 3, 11 Victory Signs, Chariots Symbols Arouse Interest By GENE HANDSAKER Associated Press Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Greet- ng each other one morning on ocalion, a couple playing high- school sweethearts leaned forward and with clownish solemnity touched foreheads. An alert photographer grabbed the shot—and the logo for the movie "Red Sky at Morning" was born. Logos are symbols or identifiers intended to advertise a film's essence or theme. By constant repetition on movie pages, billboards and lobby posters, they aim to arouse in- tei'est—and patronage. Outline of Leg Some memorable logos include Clark Gable carrying Vivien Leigh upstairs in "Gone With the wind" ... A racing chariot—and the title "Ben-Hur" carved out of a mountain ... More recently, the outline of a woman's bare leg reclined, knee bent, above an academic cap for "The Graduate." The surrealistic "M-A-S-II 1 emblem had two fingers in a V- for-victory sign, the forfinger supporting a helmet. Where the wrist should be, two feminine legs, extending downward, stood on high heels. Umbrellas were featured at OPEN FR1.-SAT.-SUN. ONLY! DRUMMER COAST-TO-COAST SELF-SERVICE RESTAURANTS Special Of The Week DOUBLE CHEESEBURGER Start's October 1st thru 7th The American Tribal-Love Rock Musical "IF YOU HAVE JUST ONE SHOW TO SEE ON BROADWAY . . . MAKE IT THIS ONE." —Cllve Barnes, New York Tlmai THE FIRST & ONLY KANSAS APPEARANCE at the WICHITA CENTURY II CONCERT HALL MONDAY THRU THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18 thru 21 Nightly at 8 p.m. All Seats Reserved — SB.00, $7.00, $5,00 Wed., Oct. 20, Matinea, 2:30 All Seats Reserved — $7.00, $6.00, $4.00 BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN , . . CENTRAL TICKET AGENCY 225 West Douglas - Phone 243-4717 (Make Checks Payable Jo: Wichita "HAIR" Show) NOW!! evffirdesses STEREOVISION least twice. Julie Andrews sailed along under hers in "Mary Poppins." Windblown Sarah Miles' flew away from hers for "Ryan's Daughter." The "is" form has been recently popular: a sloppily clad Sinatra—"Sinatra Is Dirty Dingus Magee" ... "Paul Newman Is Butch Cassidy" ... "Paul Newman Is Harper." Do logos really help the box- office take. Adds to Gross Producer Otto Prcminger has estimated that artist Saul Bass' landmark log for "The Man With the Golden Arm" added at least $1 million to the gross. For the Frank Sinatra film about drug addiction, Bass says, he drew a jagged, malformed arm to symbolize "the way addiction distorts and destroys life." When the movie opened on Broadway, the symbol had become so well known that it alone appeared in Times Square lights. No words, it was felt, were necessary. The logo is still regarded in the trade as a classic trendsetter. Most Logos come from the drawing boards of artists in movie studios, New York a(3 agencies and such specialists as Bass, Sandy Dvore and the brothers Bill and Charles Gold who maintain offices in New York and Hollywood. Creator; work usually from scripts, or sometimes a rough cut of the movie. an skates for "Funny Girl" on The Golds' artists sketched upside-down girl on roller Page 17 The Hutchinson News Sunday, October 3,1971 Broadway and as a movie. The girl's leg kicking out of a soup can for "There's a Girl in My Soup" was theirs. Bass, 50, balding and black- mustached, is widely regarded as an innovator in the graphic promotion of movies. 2nd BIG WEEK! Ybu've got: Due process, Mother's Day, supermarKets, air conditioning/the FBI, Medicare, AT&T, a 2-car garage, Congress, country clubs, state troopers, the .Constitution, color television, and democracy. They'v^ got: BILLY JACK ,TOM UUGHL1N DHLORESTAYLOLwuwr AT: 1:30 - 3:25 - 5:25 7:25 & 9:30 SEE IT TODAY! fl8^^ The Royal Also—A Fine MENU selection All our Steaks aro Guaranteed GOOD FOOD- Sunday 11:00 to 3:00 Baron of Beef Roast Turkey/Dressing Fried Chicken Many Royal Buffet Selections Daily 11:00 to 2:00 Banquet and Meeting Rooms available. Open 7 days a week for your convenience. GOOD SERVICB 15 wesr 4tb phone 662-2015 All Seats $1.75 (Pries Includes 3D Glasses) THE UNPUBLISHABLE^NOVEL IS NOW AMERICA'S MOST CONTROVERSIAL FILM! EASTMANCOLOR • SHOWN TODAY • AT: 2:00-3:45-5:45-7:30-9:15 Shows Weekdays * AT: 5:45-7:30-9:15 * CARTER FAMILY TENNESSEE THREE HENRY LEVITT ARENA.. WICHITA STATE UNIVERSITY THURS., OCT. 21—8 P.M. Tickets at Central Ticket Agency, 225 W. Douglas, Wichita, Kans—Phone 263-4717 All Seats Reserved—$6. $5, $4 (Harry Peebles Agency Presentation) top value in a fine-furniture styled giant-screen 23 console! •'• ^^' ' ••.'.' \ '• ' . - . Diao. COLOR TVs FINEST PICTURE! The MILLIARD C4516W Contemporary styled console. VHF/UHF Spotlito Dials. 5" x 3" Twin-Cona Speaker. AFC/ATG 569 FULL ZENITH HANDCRAFTED dUALITY 95 NEW ZENITH CUSTOMIZED TUNING! • Chromacolor Picture Tuba • Super Video Range Tuning System • Now Glare-Ban Picture Face • Automatic- Fine-Tuning Control • Titan 80 Handcratted Chassis • Automatic Tint Guard Control 51 ON. Main ff Hutchinson, Ks. RECORDS - TELEVISION - STEREO Sales & Service CO PUBLIC TOMCHT1 6:OOPM "Civilisation" Revisited. Once againLordClafk'takes you on this internationally- acclaimed journey through 16 centuries of human events.Tonight: The Frozen, World. 7:OOPM The inimitable Mr. Buckley puts a prominent f igureinthe! line of verbal fire. 8:OOPM"Jude the Obscure."The award-winning series opensits new season with a brilliant dramatization of Thomas Hardy's classic tale of love and tragedy. •• 9:00PAji Special: Philadelphia Folk Festival. Oscar Brand, Patrick Sky, Dave Van Ronk, Anne Bryne, the Beers Fain- -5 ily, Fairport Convention and other top folk-music talent. !' PUBLIC BROADCASTING SERVICE

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