Valley News from Van Nuys, California on August 17, 1965 · Page 16
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24-A--Central 16-A--Bur. 16-A--Ne.East 24-A--West 22-A--Eatt T H E N E W S dUhia an' Hecht to Build Sequel Around Drunken Gunslinger Introduced in 'Cat Ba Von__Nuy£ iColif.) = £Nti^y^^U!^7j9«' Mun Yee Mein Served to Patrons Mun Yce Mcin, breast of chicken blended with bamboo shoots and Chinese jeas topjttd over sautccd noodles, is a specialty and reportedly a great dinner favorite at Phil Ann's Moongale Restaurant in Panorama City, as is the Hong Sui Chicken/ an intriguing mixture of diced chicken sauteecl and combined wjth mushrooms, water chestnuts and greens in .a delicate light sauce. FRIEND TO RESCUE Distraught and disheveled after violent episode with Hollywood producer, Carroll Baker, as glamorous 1930's film star Jean Harlow, is shepherded away by agent Red Buttons. Joe Levine screen drama "Har- · * low" currently plays local theaters. ^^^^--^^^Mte^^M^^ri^^H^^^ta^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^l^^A^^B^^^^ri^^^^^^MH^^Ad^hA^BHII^^^^^Hm^dB^^HHUIB^MB^AB^^^^B^^^^^^^^^d^^^^^^^^^^^b--da-- PTA Sponsored KIDDIE SHOWS EVERY WED. - 12:45 Thii Week Featuring: 'MAGIC VOYAGE OF S1KIBAD 1 Vr dlNBAU SLEEPY HOLLOW Alto Disney Cartoons No AdulH admitted unfcu accompanied by a child! -, Fox Nerthridge Theatre 10170 RtMd« Dl 9-7493 ATTENTI MOMS SPECIAL KID SHOW EVCftY WEDNESDAY-1 EATU Selected REINA THEATRE CARTOO Sherman Oak* PTA ADULTS 14626 Ventura By ALI SAR At a press conference over the week end producer Harold Hecht announced his company is preparing a script which will be a seqel to his current hit "Cat Ballou." A spoof on the old west, "Cat Ballou" has turned out to be the boxoffice sleeper of the year, primarily due to an outstanding performance -- r a t h e r performances--by Lee Marvin, who plays a- dual role--a bad and a good killer. The sequel will be titled "Kid Shelleen." Marvin ar TQMftQA: pa-pas* "cSoSbTr StttATua Hopt Tundoy Weld Exel. Volley Showini 'Goldfinger 1 --Flu*-'I'LL TAKE SWEDEN' played the part of Shelleen, a drunkard gunm-an for hire, in "Cat Ballou." Hecht told me he plans to retain all the "Cat Ballou" charactes in "Kid Shelleen." However, he admitted a final decision on it has not yet been reached. "if they're retained," Hecht explained, "I will try to get the same performers." When asked to comment on rumors that "Ballou" was a low-budget film, Hecht said, "It was a com. paratively low-budget film." After declining to reveal the actual cost of the film, he quipped, "It was less than 'Cleopatra'." At the' press conference Hecht was joined by Marvin. "Ballou" director Elliot Silverstein, " B a l l o u " co- scenarists Walter Newman FIRST TIME REGULAR PRICES ACADEMY A W A R D * * -- - STARTS WED. JULIE AN DREWS BEST ACTRESS * ·« 1 * * Sher. Oaks 11 NATIONAL GENERAL CORPORATION Plus 4 OTHER ACADEMY AWARDS! ft * * PAY VAN IVA NUYS 6417 Von Nuys 785-0449 Doily 12:45 'SHE' 'SANDOKAN, THE GREAT' CAPRI Van Nayi *25S Van Nttys ST. S-3919 Today 6:15 James Stewart 'SHENANDOAH' 'GREAT ESCAPE' STUDIO Studio City 12135 Ventura 769-4441 Today 12:45 Waif Disney's 'MARY POPPINS' 'TATOOED POLICE HORSE' FOX North ridge 10170 Resed. 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Oaks 945-700S Daily 12:00 Walt Disney's 'MARY POPPINS' TATOOED POLICE HORSE' HOLLYWOOD CHINESE HO 4-tlll Daily 11:45 Sinotra 'VON RYAN'S EXPRESS' Julie Andrews · Dick Van Dyke TECHNICOLOR* . HOLIDAY **«·!· ***i'\ 8372 Toponga-Conoga Pcr 1 blk. no. Roscoe Dl 6-0950 GUILD i No. JSU1 Unknkm PO 2-2272 Doily 12:45 'SKI PARTY' 'HOW TO STUFF A WILD IIKKINI' VOGUE 6675 Hllywd. HO 2-4*21 Doily P. Sellers--P. O'fool* 'WHAT'S MEW PUSSYCAT?' IRIS 650* Hllywtf, HO 3-2184 Doily 12:15 Rito Tushingham 'THE KNACK' AIR COHDITlQMCD IUTO A TONITE 8:3 MATS SAT AT 2 SUN AT 3 THRU SUN. AUG. 22 UNOtt 12 ^/i PRICE SW MATS AN EVENING mm ·WHERE FAMIUES * 99-25tt Cyn Carroll Baker 'HARLOW Kim Novak 'MOLL FLANDERS' SEPULVEDA ST 6-6520 Scpvhrede S. of Victory Thrift Club Nil* 'HOW TO STUFF A WILD BIKINI' Elvis Presley ·K1SSIN* COUSINS' : PICKWICK 2-S723 Carroll Baker 'HARLOW' Kim NoTok 'MOLL FLANDERS' VAN NUYS ST 6-7510 Roscoe at Sepulveda U reel to Aftdrcst . 'SHE' 'SANDOKAN, THE GREAT' TED LEWIS G'ECEGE JE§$EL 4 U OF THE GREATEST t.VTERTAlNERS OF* OUR TIME TOGETHER ON OKE STAGE The MALDONADO DANCERS RESEDA DC3-S550 ot Fronkie Avolon 'SKI PARTY 1 Ehrht Preslty 'GIRL HAPPY' VICTORY PO 3-5311 Victory at Co Id voter Fronkie Avalon 'SKI PARTY' · Elvis Presley 'GIRL HAPPY' iSAN VAL *T» 2-1177 *S.-f. toed : B. Y»»t« Untllo And rest 'SHE' 'SANDOKAN, THE GREAT PK rn Canoga Av«. bet Corro " Bok * r -HARLOW- t-6211 u n t t . MOLL FLANDERS PACIFIC THEATRES *ENCINO *ST 4-tM * THE YtUOW tOLLS-ROYCE' 'UNDER THE YUM TUM TREE' Mat. Wed,, 1 p.m. RESEDA Dl 4-0153 1C44S Shtr man Wcy New Mattntt Dcify-7 p.m.. Urstllo Andrcts 'SHE' 'SANDOKAN, THE GREAr CORNELL *1200 No. S.F. Bortu BACK FOR ONE WEEK ONLY! AUG. 24-29 HARVE PRESNELL · - \ MICHAEL CAME9T JACK COLLINS EVANS ·JACQUELYN "I DOUrr THAT YOU WILL EVE* SEC A lETTER PRODUCTION OF THIS SHOW THIS SIDE Of BROADWAY THAN THE ONE AT VALLEY MUSIC THEATRE!" JOAN SCHMITT. Valley 7im« NITELY {tic. Mm.) «:30.SUH. at I Sft»rp. HUTS, S*T. at 2. SUM. at X ORDER YOUR TICKETS BY PHONE-883-9900 Hit St. Cal. Music Ct. 137 S. Hill SU Hului] Jljfncif s 1 Walftcbi* Moiic Cilr Wan Dbncr** 'MONKEY'S UNCLE Bob Hop* 'I'LL TAKE SWEDEN' MognoltJ of Hllyd 145-1507 CAUF. Bird. 'THE YELLOW ROUS-ROYCE' 'DJVORCE ITALIAN STYLr AmArirana, ^°y.^ 0i ? j AinciiLOiia ixt UA.showin, '1700 Von N*r* tCHr 'HARLOW' 'MOLL FLANDERS' HOLIDAY Kid Show 10:30 a.m. Carroll BoVcj "HARLOW Topanye-Kotcoc -j^OLL FLANDERS' Dl 6-0950 'MARY POPPINS* ;AR Cool by IU !·!*·· CENTR IM 1-073S Todoy ·GOLOFINCtR" B. Hope--T: WeW -J-IL TAKE Magnolia 4:4$ Cot toll EoVcr · * · · · · · Valley CHILDREN'S Theatre VALLEY MUSIC THEATRE LIVE PRESENTATIONS OF YOUR STORY-BOOK FAVORITES Thursdoys, Aug. 19 26 ot 2 p.m. Fridoyi, Aug. 20 27 at 2 p.m. Saturdays, Aug. 21 28 at 10 a.m. 'CINDERELLA' Produced end Directed by Richard Fullmer SKATS #1--AVAIIjAKUC \0\V AT-KOX OKKirK 30SOO TENTOHA BLVD., WOODLAND 3JILLS Xrm 'MOLL 12 noon ·HOW TO AW3LO 'GO-GO MANJV SI Panorama All 9110 Ven PARKING 32:30 Proeretn THE iCORBIN jMot- PARK 27622 Shcrm Ctmof » f Dl O-32J4 TAltS OF A SM ON Tact. 50c Granada 12 Julia »tmcy'» Motinee OoTly Sherman IS 052 Yrnttiro ST 4-^911 Iry Brfr. VALLEY WEST "SIAWCt ON A 'if. - * ABOUT JOINS ?40-7-fl3 CODl? TA11C ABOUT HOUYWOOD 4 DOWNTOWN Monica YOUNG PEOPLE Ages 3-21 For Movies, TV and Commercials in Hollywood Auditions Being Held Now interviews By Apph Only Call 984-1385 or 877-9514 · V HO 7-S7J7 iOS FEIIZ 'SOCCACOO 70' , S 1 B W^n. I. t»» Ot -fi-5744 "ON! SHOOC1MC O7HEHS* W£T TA11T ABOUT 70WGHT DUSS LARSON STUDIO Persono! Monogcr for AH Ages "*·*"£ US »30T A 4426 Lonkershim North Hollywood 984-1385 877-9514 and Frank Pierson and Michael Callan, who also is in the picture. * * * . A PRESS RKLEASE from'20th Centui'y-Fox reveals that Ann-Margret has gone on record to deny "there is even a grain of truth" to rumors she did not want to do her role in "Stagecoach" at this studio. She is quoted as saying, "The truth, is j Carlo Ponti and Marcello Mastroianni asked for me to co-star with Mastroianni in a picture I was dying to do. But 20th pre-empted my services/' She continues, "I was upset because I wanted to do both the Mastroianni picture and 'Stagecoach' and hoped the schedule could be so arranged that I could do both pictures." She further says, "I think 'Stagecoach 1 will be a fantastically good movie. It has a cast I'm thrilled to be working with." The rumors actually had started a day before "Stagecoach" went before the cameras. Ann-Margret was the only star of the film who didn't show up at the set party which launched the production. Regardless of the rumors about the feud, that time she succeeded in' making quite a few enemies among the photogs who anxiously waited her arrival. ENJOYING DINNER at Yankee Pedlar Inn, Toluca Lake,, from left are }' Branch, Mrs. Branch, Mrs; Wendell Niles and her husband, who is honor- arv mavor of Toluca Lake. Branch, incidentally, .owns Yankee Pedlar. Dinner. */ »y on house, maybe? Colvin, Wilder Performing at Playboy Club covering OBSERVATIOX while the International Beauty Pageant in Long Beach last week: - All the girls expect to he "discovered." A good many of them appeared as though they were here not to compete in the contest, but here to break into the movies. Actually very few of them, if any, succeed in getting film work. , '.'_. Perhaps people running the annual event, both, here and abroad, are responsible for the wrong impression given to the contestants. Continental Cuisint RAVAGLINI'S DAVE KENNER Entertains 17500 Ventura. Enema ST 4-S473 Social satirists Jack Colvin and Yvonne Wilder, singer Gayle Harris and The Other Three vocal groups are the three acts forming the riew show in the Playroom o.f the Playboy Club of Hollywood. The show has been booked through Aug. 22. No newcomers to the Hollywood area, Colvin and Wilder have appeared on "HoUywood Palace"'" twice--with both Dof , nald O'Connor and Jimmy Durante. Miss Wilder has studied at * the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London as well as studying in New York. Her special interest is choreography. Colvin has studied at the theater arts department of the University of Southern California. Gayle Harris 'hails from Puyallup, Wash. Puyallup's claim to fame is approximately 10 days of every year when it .comes alive with professional cowboys, said Miss Harris. "They come from all .corners of the nation to vie for prizes and prestige in the annual Puyallup; Rodeo and Roundup,", she said. It was here that she learned to ride horses and "sing up . a storm/' The Other Three, a group composed o.f three young men who have a common love of music, consists of Jim Britt, Alan Herman and Tom McMillan. All thre'e were born in the west and educated at western universities. Berman was a drama major at.San Francis-co State College. Britt studied radio and television at the University of V/ashington where he met Mc r Millan, who was working for his degree in literature. Talent and musical director of the Playboy Club of Holly*; wood is Joe Parnello. 2 THE SECOND SERVING IS f REE li OUR OWN HOME FRIED CHICKEN DINNER (SERVED AT LUNCH TIME, TOO!} With mashed potatoes, chicken gravy, cole slaw, roll and butter. 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FRIDAY 5 - 9 P.M Wild 12 Kloon MOM A POP TASTY Cole Slow Dcncrt CHILDREN Hntcm"il Steak Hou_e.c (12:il5 p,tn. Michocl's Canopo fltin...,«? p,m. Yankee Pcdlor flrm .......... 7j.rm, Wiild "Gooic ..... , ..... ,,.7:30pjm. Uron HOTS* ___ ,,.,,. ........... 3 p.m. P.ig ........... -,..-...,,32 Ouecn's Arms ............ .,12 il2:15 *: t) 2: 15 i!2:30 SATURDAY 5 - 9 P.M "ALL YOU CAN EAF Spaghetti Dinner SUNDAY 4-9 P.M. "ALL YOU CAN EAT" Fried Chicken Dinner f Potato Poncelcc* * -Meat Sotice, Gothic Oestctt CIGARS, ORCHIDS AMD LOLLIPOPS Pancake Heaven 17836 VENTURA BLVD 881-9745 */ ft/ "/ 1 tin rt' AMPLE i v r ^^ '*w-* T w ^ . - ^ * ·;;··' , .- t. , *-· -. · -· · i * *·* .t * tt -f. *. · i * - f .^* ^ ? *5A ·^-·£:*tot«?f'

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