Fri., April 20,1173 UREELKY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 31 Â£j ' G E T M E AN EXTENSION ON TIME' - Charley (Fred . a c M u r r a y ) pleads with his angel, Roy Zerney (Harry '-Tlll-organ ) , who floats above the bed after telling Charley that his time is up. Scene is from Walt Disney Productions' comedy- fantasy, "Charley and the Angel,"'which opens tonight at the Colorado Theater. GOLD FINDER sand area of South Africa was South African P.J. Marais, who had been a miner in the California gold rush in 1849. The first man to call attention to gold in the Witwater- attheMINI FLICK Greeley J E N N I F E R 7 9 : 3 0 ROSEBUD8:15 10:40 Late showing Fri. Sat. 11:30 at CINEMA 35 Fort Collins Sexual Freedom In Brooklyn 7 10:15 T H E R E I V E R S 8 : 3 0 Lateshowing Sat. 11:30 NOW APPEARING 'ART ESSERY SHOW COUNTRY MUSIC GROUP r E s a fc".? Y S H I) " A great country music group from Canada. We've heard them and Know they are good! You'll love them! 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He was a good kid, but a rotten bandit. ?OI1 CENTURY-FOX Presents A MARVIN SCHWARTZ PRODUCTION DENNIS HOPPER WARREN GATES PETER BOYLE BEN JOHNSON IN "KID BLUE" co-slMnng LEE rUKUELL Â· JANICE RULE produced by MARVIN SCHWARTZ cliiMlort by JAMES FRAWLEY ,writ|on by EDWIN SHRAKE music by 1IM MclNTIRE nml JOHN RUBINSTEIN PANAVISION Â«' color by DG LUXE Â»[nAI ,UIÂ«IMMÂ»IM uctain 1 NOW SHOWING TODAY AT 1:30,3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30 Fred MacMurray film opens at Colorado Ending his fiVe-year absence from Walt Disney Productions, Fred MacMurray returns to star with Cloris Leachman in" the fantasy-comedy, "Charley and the Angel," which is being co-featured with the Disney animation classic, "Cinderella," opening tonight at the Colorado Theater. He portrays a hardware store proprietor in the early 1930s who discovers that an angel has come to deliver him for the Final Judgment. Only one problem: he's still very much alive, and not ready to go yet. "Charley and the Angel" is in the tradition of a few of Mac- niurray's earlier Disney comedies. His first for Disney, "The Shaggy Dog," which gave The critic's view By WILLIAM GLOVER AP Drama Critic NEW YORK (AP) - In "The Orphan," which opened Wednesday night at the Public Theater, playwright David Rabe gropes through a dark maze of myth and murder for profound, epic drama. Rabc doesn't really succeed, but the author previously of the prize-winning "Sticks and Bones" cannot be accused of the creative timidity that haunts much stage effort. The production, firmly directed by Jeff Bleckner and imaginatively designed by Santo Loquasto, attracts even as it annoys. Ambitious purpose is declared early by The Speaker, a lass in funeral garb whose duty is to link the topical mishmash Â·into coherence. "We call to one another through space," she proclaims, "may we not fall up and down in time?" Â· Whereupon we plunge into a poetic fusion of ancient Greek fables of Orestes and Iphigenia, then the Vietnam War and the Charles Manson murder family. then the Vietnam war and the Charles Manson murder family. To intensify provocative confusion, two performers share the role of Clytemnestra, who engineered the death of Agamemnon. That wayward warrior appears at the start clad from the waist up in the full regimentals of an American Air Force general. Recapitulation of the surrealistic meandering in brief review is impossible, because from moment to moment Rabe's space-time continuum jumps from Apollo, who ultimately transforms perhaps into a vengeful Manson, to abrupt caricature of President Nixon by Aegisthus, another old Greek who looks like a modern shoe salesman. The script indulges in stream of silly rhapsodic comments like, "I press my head against each syllable you speak." The Speaker intrudes recurrently with such scientific asides as "every 1,300 million years space doubles its linear dimension," and the details of neurosurgery. The cast thrusts at events with consistent intensity. Among the busiest performers are Cliff DeYoung, an Orestes who sings several of Peter Link's intermittent tunes; Jeanne Hepple, The Speaker; Mariclare Costello, a pillow- voiced narrator of the Sharon Tale killing; Marcia Jean Kurtz and Rue Allen, the dual Clytemnestra. The drama was seen at a preview because uf the simultaneous Wednesday arrival of Marcel Marceauat City Center. his career a new lift in the late 1950s, was followed by "The Absent-Minded Professor" and "Son of Flubber." Following the highly successful national release of "The Shaggy Dog/' MacMurray was wooed for the lead..in the charming TV series, "My Three Sons." He reluctantly accepted and stayed with the hit show until 1972, when it expired after a 12-yedr run. The series premiered in the fall of 1960. and was an immediate smash. During its regular seasonal hiatus, MacMurray found time to appear in "Kisses For My President" in 1964, and additional Disney films, "Bon Voyage," "Follow Me, Boys!" and '"The Happiest Millionaire." In color by Technicolor, stars Harry Morgan, Kurt "Charley and the Angel" also Itussell and Kathleen Cody. MAMA FUFU CHINESE FOOD Best in Colorado--"Try It!! Mongolian fire Pots!! 905 16th Street Carry Out--Call 353-1877 Greeley A Happy Easter AT THE RAM ADA IN Hwy. 85, Evans Easter Sunday Serving 11 am-6 pm Reservations Accepted Phone 353-5900 EASTER EGG HUNT FOR THE CHILDREN EASTER SUNDAY ' MENU Super Salad with Relish Dish CHOICE OF ENTREE: Colorado Prime Rib au jus 4.95 Roast Turkey Dinner with dressing, gravy, cranberry sauce 3.95 Choice Tender Fillets 5.50 The above entrees served with choice of potato, garden fresh vegetable, beverage, hot bread and but-, ter, dessert \oftheday. -GRKKI.KY'S FINT.ST TI1KA 'TWIN? 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