Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 13, 1976 · Page 15
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Sat., March 13, mt CREKI.EY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 15 OUTDOOR DRAMA HOT SPRINGS, Ark. AP- "Hern'ando DeSolo, Conquistador," an outdoor drama, will premiere June 25 in the Mid-American Amphitheater near here. The Hot Springs National Park Foundation for the Performing Arts is producing the drama based on DeSoto's 1541 discovery of the thermal waters here. W A Y J 4 FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Weather Permitting "My Pleasure Is My Business" The Story of Xavier Hollander -- PLUS -- "Big Bird Cage" Women Behind Bars -BOTH RATEDU1- Box Office Opens at 6:30, Show at 7 Come As You Are, The only president to return Ixquats. yellow plum-like lo Congress after leaving the fruits, grow wild in Bermuda White House was John Quincy during the winter and make an Adams, who served 17 years in excellent jam and a polent the House of Hepresentalives. liqueur. Chuckwajon Dinner Playhouse Announces Auditions for: · The Diary Of Anne Frank · Plaza Suite · George M! · The Unsinkable Molly Brown · Carousel and · The Rustlers March 20,21,22 23 Call 356-7503 for appointment ominq Soon: "BARRY LYNDON' Filming on location Actor Scan Cannery and actress Cornelia Sharpe bundle up against Ihe cold in a hansom cab in New York's Central Park Thursday during filming of the new movie "The Next Man." (AP Wirepholo) Score: Wo/tons, 3; Mac Davis, 0 Cinema ADULT THfJHBIS XXX it the MINI FUCK HOT OVEN 7 19:35 I CONTACT i;20 LjtlslK*m|Fri.t Sit. 11:30 Ewr/ Mmdij Kite is Ladies Nile! Lady admitted Free with paying escort ROCKY MOUNTAIN OYSTER FRY This Fri., Sat. Sunday Night -7 till Midnight S 2.00 Plate Also serving Shrimp, Chicken and Hamburgers! ALSO COUNTRY FAIR BAND Featuring: Virg Allen for your dancing and listening pleasure! KERSEY INN 7 miles east of Greeley on Hwy. 34 Scott's World: Mac vs. Wallons By VERNON SCOTT HOLLYWOOD (UPi)-Wai- tons: 3. Mac Davis: 0. That's the score, folks. Mar is a good ol' Tpxas country boy at war with the Walton family, a war he can't win for losin'. He's lost three battles against the Walton tribe in (he past two years. His musical shows have gone down to defeat in the Nielsen ratings in direct confrontation with the popular family series. In 1974 Mac lasted 13 weeks. He-suffered the same humiliation last year. Thirteen and kaput. Additionally, a Davis special in 1975 was spotted against "The Waltons." And again he was shot down But Mac ain't a Texan for nothin'. He's persistent. Beginning March 18 Mae will tackle the poverty stricken wretches of Walton's mountain for a fourth try. This time he's been allotted only 10 weeks to unhorse the high-riding clan. "It's a tough row to hoe," said Mac, girding for the skirmish. "We both attract the same kind of audience." Mac's strength lies with the folk in rural America. And that's precisely where John-Boy and his gang are most popular. For some reason city dudes don't cotton to yokel humor, git-fiddle music and down home folksiness. At least not for long. Jim Nabors, Glen Campbell, Roger Miller, Johnny Cash and others havp tripd the higtimn. primctime network scene and were routed by sophisticated sitcoms, cop shows and razzle- dazzle musical series. "Hcc Haw" survives in syndication but its popularity in Manhattan and Hollywood is moot. "I'm aware that in order to succeed I have to appeal to people in the big population centers," said the curly haired troubador. "I have to find audiences in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. "But I gotta be myself and be hone.st or I'll lose my roots. 1 It's a fine line for me. This time I think I've got a chance to be around more than 10 weeks. "As it is, I get picked up and dropped like a Las Vegas bar fly. I think I hold the record for pickups and drops at one network. If I don't make it this time, it can't be done." In the past NBC has set Mac down in a preconceived format. He could have been replaced by almost any number of established performers and viewers would have seen essentially the same show. But Mac is no rube. "This time they're building a-format around me instead ot just sticking me in a show," he said. "The country boy with a guitar is part of the American tradition. This show will reflect my own personality. I'm not going to wear the rhinestone denims. Mostly I'll wear a tuxedo. "And sketches are out. Comedy will be worked into the show with a few blackouts and in my songs. I'll be dancing, too." There won't be as many of iVIiii:*^ original i:uuipu:)iliim: a in the past either. Rather than repeal his tried and true favorites, he'll delve into the works of other writer-singers. "I've had 10 big hits," he said. "And I know viewers like to hear songs by other people they know and love. "I'm still writing music whenever I have time. And I'm going to keep that segment where I ask people in the studio audience for a line or phrase and then ad lib a song to match it. "A survey showed it is the most popular thing I do. We're adding another wrinkle. At the end of every show I'll sine a number sent to me by amateur song writers. We've taped some shows already, and that's a lot of fun." Mac will have his hands full nonetheless. If his luck holds, John-Boy Walton will take up the guitar and knock him out of the box again. ' THE LIBRARY ^ Greeley's newest cocktail lounge and nightclub invites all fun- lovers to come out this weekend and dance to the sounds of "The New Starlite Ramblers" . . . Photography completed on camel-comedy-western . . . or you Romantics may prefer to relax by the fireplace in the quiet and comfortable atmosphere of The Bookstore adjoining The Library. Either way/ there's something for everyone at The Library! 510 25th St. 352-9818 YUMA - Mulberry Square has announced completion of photography on the new camel- comedy-western, "Hawmps." The film has been in production in Arizona since Nov. 24 and finished a week and a half behind schedule with a projected budget of SI.7 million. In making the wrap announcement, producer-director, Joe Camp, commented on living and working with camels for the past three months. "Before we started we were told to expect numerous and varied problems with the camels, but no such problems ever came to pass," Camp said. "They were well trained, hard working, hysterically funny and really quite affectionate, as camclsgo. We couldn't be more amazed or tickled with the training by Frank Inn and his head camel wrangler, Ray Chandler." "Nor could we be more pleased with what we've gotlen on film," Camp added. "The cast turned in some of the best WE DELIVER PIZZA Spaghetti A Ravioli CABLES END- performances of their lives, and it looks like we've got an incredibly funny picture on our hands." It is estimated 227 million persons visited American national parks during 1975. COME SEE WHAT'S HAPPENING at Long's Peak Cafe Lounge 920 8th Ave. BROWNIE VADA New Owners FINE FOOD FAIR PRICES Opendailyia.m.toJa.m. Sunday 6 a.m. to a p.m. Happy Hour 5104 Your old favorites on Ihe organ 'ONE OF THE YEAR'S 10 BEST!'TM, In the John Huston-John Foreman likn 4 ACADEMY NOMINATIONS SAT. SUN. AT 2:00,4:30, 7:00 9:30 NICKED, men, INDFUUOFlAUCItSr STARRING: Gene Madeline Wilder Kahn If Marty S"-«Sil«. . Feldman "1:15.3:15.,-- ·_;~r=ii 5:15,7:15 JACK NICHOUOM OMEFUW 9 SAT. ISUH. «T _____ 2:00,4:30.7:0019:30 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS INCLUDING: BEST PICTURE BEST ACTOR TuwJ BEST ACTRESS L'""l BEST DIRECTOR --3rd Big Week-Not since Love Story... The true story of Jill K i n m o n l . T h e American Olympic sKi contender whose tragic fall took everything but her life. Every person in each family should see this movie, without a doubt. More than once, if possible! 'THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN^ Shows at 7 9 BOOZE, BANKS BROADS! They Had Their Hands in Everything!!! SAT. SUN. AT 1:15, 3:15,5:15,7:159:15 Comma Soon: No DeDosit No Return

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