Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 3, 1977 · Page 25
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 25

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, June 3, 1977
Page 25
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HICKORY SMOKED BBQRIBS 53 Favorite Sandwiches . THE DELI 27018th Ave. 353-38 Lewis to produce 'Miracles' HOLLYWOOD - "The Man Who Could Work Miracles" will be produced by Paramount Pictures and Roger Lewis, it I 'was announced by Michael D. tiiuliHtly 3-1 ... where, between the horns of 9 and 5, anything can happen and · usually does! : PLAYS TWICE on FRIDAY and SATURDAY i first about 8:50, and again ; around midnight I- PLUS THE WILDERNESS SPLENDOR OF - "MUSTANG COUNTRY" Will be shown about 10:50 · Friday and Saturday. Box Office Open at 8:00; Shows at Dusk (8:50), V I'l'inf "» vim lire -- try inir snnrk bur / Eisner, president of Paramount Pictures Corporation. The comedy-fantasy depicts a man suddenly and capriciously given the power to do anything in the world he wishes -- except change the way people feel. Lewis' production credits include "The Pawnbroker," "The Swimmer" and the three "Shaft" features. 'Among his credits as a TV writer were many scripts for "The Defenders," earning him a share in the Emmy Awards that the series won for the. 1963-64 season. "The Man Who Could Work Miracles" was originally filmed In 1935 by Alexander Korda with a screenplay by H. G. Wells. Well's unique genius as a storyteller adds to this whimsical tale a penetrating comment upon human nature, love and life. A new screenplay will be developed as a contemporary film utilizing all the technical developments that have evolved since the original was made.' No start date has been set. "The Man Who Could Work Miracles", will be distributed in the United States and Canada by Paramount Pictures Corporation and throughout the' rest of the world by Cinema International Corporation. Paramount Pictures is a member of The Leisure Time Group of Gulf-Western Industries, Inc. xxxxxxxxxmxxxxxxxxxxtf * at the MINI FLICK x 330 8th Ave., Greeley · jg S VISIONS OF ClAIR 7 and 10 p . NIGHT OF THE SPANISH HY g S liltstaiimEFlUSal.iboulll JJ xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxmxxxxxx Fri..June 3.1M7 GREELEY (Coto.) TRIBUNE 25 VIENNA (DPI) - The the program. Austrian state television had to Television officials said the reinstate the U.S. TV series Kojak series, shown here for Kojak starring Telly Savalas the past two years, will be after countless viewers protest- continued because of its great ed against a planned change of popularity. He challenged... A male lion at the Denver Zoo roars a challenge to a strange intruder, a fashion mannequin, during a photography session for a new line of Anne Klein fashions. The Klein symbol is a contemporary version of a male lion's head, so the lion just sniffed at the mannequin, roared a few times and then walked off, leaving the mannequin and her $1,700 ensemble intact. (AP Wirephoto) Best-selling records of the week based on The Cashbox Magazine'snationwidesurvey: 1. "Sir Duke," Stevie Wonder 2. "I'm Your Boogie Man," KC The Sunshine Band 3. "When I Need You," Leo Sayer 4. "Dreams," Fleetwood Mac 5. "Got To Give It Up (Part D," Marvin Gaye 6. "Southern Nights," Glen Campbell 7. "I Couldn't Get It Right," Climax Blues Band 8. "Lonely Boy," Andrew Gold 9. "Angel In Your Arms," Hot 10. "Lucille," Kenny Rogers The sun is a huge ball of gases that are so Jiot they give off light. dancing ?p.m.-?:30a.m. with music by The Colorado Sunshine Company London Hall dinner dance SATURDAY, JUNE 4 dinner from 6:30-9 p.m. featuring Roast Baron of Beef dancing to follow HILLSIDE THEATRE Rt. M s nlh (Ue. in Wowing Mall mlween Woolro « Turn / ROBERT REDFORD ROBERT SHAW IN A BILL'PHILUPS PRODUCTION OF SECOND WEEK OF INCURABLE DELIGHT! THE STING Winner of? Academy Awards* RFMEMBER HOW GOOD IT MADE YOU FEEL THE FIRST TIME! SHOWS at 7 and 9 p.m. and Sunday Matinees at 1 and 3 p.m. . . .she chewed A lioness rips apart the $500 mannequin an'd her $1,700 fashion attire. It took 30 seconds to rip the whole works to shreds. Her mate had sniffed at the unfortunate model and roared a few times and walked off. (AP Wirephotos) 'Rescuers 1 Disney summer fare "The Rescuers," an all-new animated comedy-adventure from Walt Disney Studios, opens nationwide beginning June 22. Bob Newhart, Eva Gabor and Geraldine Page contribute stellar vocal characterizations to the exciting tale of two mice out to save a kidnapped orphan from the clutches of a wild-eyed villainess, who's searching for a priceless diamond. The suspenseful color by Technicolor film also introduces a host of Disney characters sure to become all- time favorites: Bernard and Bianca, the heroic mice-agents for the all-mouse Rescue Aid Society; Orville, a flaked-out .flying albatross; Evinrude, a dragonfly almost too pooped to putt-putt; and Madame Medusa, a hilariously THE flCflDEfflY OF DflfKE RRT/ PRE/EflT/ Please join us for a delightful 2 hour production n song and dance of Hollywood's best musical numbers. We look forward to seeing you ran - aaouirtraQD screaming shrew in the best Disney manner. Academy award-winning"* composer Sammy Fain and the songwriting team of Ayn Bobbins and Carol Connors wrote the music for the film, which features four vocal numbers. More than four years, in production, "The Rescuers" required the combined talents of Disney's veteran animators and the studio's new team of young artists, who were trained under a unique talent development program begun by Disney seven years ago. More than 30 artists have completed the program and now work to all phases of animation. "The Rescuers," suggested by the book by Margery Sharp, also stars the vocal talents of Jeanetle Nolan, John Mdntire, Jim "Fibber McGee" Jordan and Pat Buttram. The Buena Vista release was produced by Wolfgang Reitherman and directed by Reitherman, John Lounsbery and Art Stevens under the executive producershlp of Ron Miller. No TV Violence Before II p.m. BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (UPI) -- The Argentine Radio and Television Board has decreed that television shows that include scenes of violence cannot be shown before 11 p.m. in order to make way for highbrow entertainment. The board, concerned because "television at the present time is not very good," says early evening entertainment will now feature comedy shows with "nobility and genuine Ingenuity," sports "developed with a view to shaping adolescence and youth" and "masterworks of literature commented on by personalities." ANTHONYQUINN as Hamza IRENE PAPAS as Hind with MICHAEL ANSARA MICHAEL FOREST JOHNNY SEKKA 2 *1 love, marriage, reconclliatio and other acts of courage. MARLO CHARLES THOMAS 6RODIN IRW1N COREY THIEVES 1 =1 'ANNIE HALL' the biggest hit in the country OVERNIGHT 'Annie Hall' captured the hearts of America. See Woody Allen's nervous romance with life tonight at 7:30 and 7:30. SAT. and SUN. at 1:30 3:30, 5:30, 7:30 and 9:30. nan HIMF nun am riu lira SHIIUI aiKigmu TM !E " MIEN HMON mim tm SIMON HAKCOCIN DUMU mm TONIGHTat7:OOand9:00 SAT. and SUN. at 1:00,3:00,5:00,7:00and 9:00 A RALPH BAKSHI FILM They committed murder, rape, arson and one mistake... they left Toe farmer THE FARMER He doesri t get mad. He gets even, j f j hjiji'h , W, .UW* R) ., GARY CONWAY ANGEL TOMPKINS "

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