The Tampa Tribune from Tampa, Florida on February 14, 1970 · 45
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-B ; THE TAMPA TRIBUNE, Saturday, February 14, 1970 Devils Dance, Sing, Take Falls In Horror Movie By SHARbN COHEN Tribune fiaff Writer "Tne Dunwich Horror," Palace Theater. American International Pictures. Color. Producers: James N. Nicholson and Samuel Z. Arkoff. Director: Daniel Haller. Screenplay by Curtis Lee Hanson, Henry Roseobaum and Ronald Silk-oskyCast: Sandra Dee, Dean Stockell, Ed Begley, Lloyd B o cn e r , Ponna Baccala, Joanna More Jordan, Talia Coppra. Running time: 90 minutes. Rating M. Rosemary's baby, that cute little -devil who starred in a movieef the same name, is alive nd well and living in a closet jn "The Dunwich Horror" He''not very happy either. Born til the devil and a mortal mother he's been hidden from the World since his birth. And he thinks it's about time he got oii: to unleash a little evil on the world. HIS ''NORMAL" twin brother, Wilbur Whateley (Dean Stockw'ell), has the same idea. Wilbur' reads the Necronomi-con, a rare book of the occult to learn the magic incantations for summoning the forces 'of darkness from the nethej" -world. He 'also persuades Nancy Walker (Sandra Dee) to be a Ocala Group Will Present 'Music Man' OCALA (By Staff Writer) Meridith Willson's "Music Man," a flag waving extra-vanganza about midwestern America in 1912, marches into the Ocala Civic Theater Tuesday with all its familiar tunes, including "76 Trombones." The Ocala Community Theatre Group, under the direction" of Michael Hall, choreographer Alice Haig Ber-man and designer Frank Bennett, will present five evening performances through Feb. 21 and a matinee Feb. 22. Hall 1 said additional performances will be scheduled the following week if demand for tickets continues. Fifty-three .cast members from Ocala, " Belleview, Dunnellon, Gainesville and Ormond Beach will perform. Grounded Knight WINNIPEG, Man. W The Red Knight, an aerial acrobatic role played by a succession of featured solo pilots at air shows since 1959, has been grounded by the Canadian Defense Department's economy program. BIG DANCE EVERY SUNDAY at the MOOSE LODGE 3813 NEBRASKA FEATURING RENE FUENTES 7 P.M.-10 P.M. DONATION $1.33 CALL LICATA'S FOR CATERING SERVICE ANYWHERE LICATA'S STEAK HOUSE 312 Tampa St. Ph. 229-6595 Phone 839-2662 RESTAURANT LOUNGE Special Saturday Combination FILET MIGNON & BROILED Vi LOBSTER $295 ENTERTAINMENT in th LOUNGE by Meadows & Jay necessary ingredient in the fertility rite that's part of the welcoming ceremony for the devil. However, Wilbur is thwarted in the middle of his big act when Professor Henry Armi-tage (Ed Begley), an authority on the Necronomicon, recites a few incantations of his own and saves the day for the doomed world. THE STRIKING thing about this movie, other than certain similarities to "Rosemary's Baby," is that it contains such a rash of topflight talent. But the actors' roles are such stereotypes that they have little else to do than mouth their words and look scared or scary, in the appropriate places. Ed Begley looks uncomfortable in his role as the profes sor and Sam Jaffee, who plays Wilbur's grandfather looks, alas, like an aged Dr. Zorba. Sandra Dee, as the virgin, looks like a chubby coed whom someone found on a Hollywood movie lot. And Dean Stockwell, with his curly long hair, looks vaguely like a warlock, but never manages to exude enough scary charm to be a convincing villain. AN IMPORTANT element in any horror movie is the director's use of special effects, and in this department "The Dunwich Horror" has a few exciting moments. An eerie reverse negative effect creates a phantasmagoric world in which devils dance and virgins are undone. Milton's hell was never like this, but Milton, after all was blind. 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