The Dispatch from Moline, Illinois on October 23, 1980 · 25
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The Dispatch from Moline, Illinois · 25

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THE DAILY DISPATCH, Moline, Illinois Thurs., Oct. 23, 1980 Travolta, Deneuve are romantic item nw At By SHIRLEY EDER Knight News Wire HOLLYWOOD Here in the Polo Lounge, 3,000 miles away from New York, I heard that blue-eyed Urban Cowboy, John Travolta, who is in the Big Apple rehears- X3&-. IB VAlfik j u r i vuf BILL& LOLLY'S V? 621 -4th Avenue Moline Country Rock & Rock n' Roll EVERY FRI. & SAT. NIGHT! 10 P.M. -2 A.M. featuring "CIRCUIT BAND" PRIME RIB STEAKS SEAFOOD THE FLAMINGO FRIDAY & SATURDAY PRIME RIB... $7.95 4 i SUNDAY SMORGASBORD 11 :30 AM to 7:00 PM Also serving our regular menu RESERVATIONS 792-2243 Route 5-92 & 84, Carbon Cliff, III. 'At last, Mr. Wrong. JILL MICHAEL CHARLES CLAYBURGH DOUGLAS GRODIN I funny love story. i!sniiiuKi!s mm imt',Ki totlirWOM MUisehClQI IroOill KIKII hit ibtyfa l; Kill ISE IkiIki f !f 91 U i h MOT ggg fotai h m m hf k B W fill STARTS FRIDAY AT 2:00 Seafood Platter SUPREME featuring . . . 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THAT'S SHOW BUSINESS: The current hit musical, "42d Street," based on the 1933 hit movie of the same name, is a backstage story about an understudy in a Broadway musical, who, when the leading lady takes sick, goes on in her place opening night and becomes a star. Well, that same situation happened for real a week ago when Wanda Richert, the leading lady of "42d Street," suddenly became ill and her understudy, Nancy Sinclair, had to go on for her. ' The only difference between the theatrical version and the real thing is that David Merrick canceled the next night's performance because standby Sinclair had officially left the show a few days earlier to go to California because of her involvement in a child custody suit. However, Merrick brought Sinclair back to New York in time for the Wednesday matinee. The sga of Nancy Sinclair and "42d Street" continues": Some three weeks ago, Sinclair married Jeff Neidercorn, who came back to New York with her and sat In the front row for each of her shows. Saturday night was her last performance before she had to return to California. Toward the end of that night's performance, I am told, Mrs. Neidercorn asked the stage manager to hold the final curtain so that she could bring her husband up on stage to take a bow. The cast was aghast and explained how unprofessional this was, since Neidercorn had nothing to do with the performance the audience was applauding. Don't stop reading, because there's more. Wan da Richert is still out of the show with a lung Infection. Nancy Sinclair is back in California. So what happens? Karen Prunczik, who plays the Ginger Rogers' role in this current "42d Street" musical, told Merrick, "I can do it. I know the role." So Monday night, another actress went on as a featured player and came off a star. P.S. Prunczik happens to be Wanda Richert's roommate and, over the weekend, was coached in the role by roomie Wanda. To be continued! SHIRLEBRITTES : Dinah Shore is one of the stars who will appear on stage with the New York City Opera Company on Oct. 27 at that exciting Beverly Sills gala where our favorite diva says "so long" to her glorious singing career. Lots of Bev's good friends, including Carol Burnett and Danny Kaye, will show up on stage 81 &Colidomtr INDOOR FUN CENTER of Moline Airport Junction H 1 I 935 W. 4th Davenport 319-323-8189 One block W. of Sear on One-Wee una ROCK ISLAND - 7?f. PTH ST All s CHEVY CHASE f and BENJI Oh! Heavenly, as Dog MOllN(-SOUIMPB(t MALI 76J-o8?! Sorry - No Ptnw or Borgwn Matin WEEKDAYS TO SMJt CONT1NUV1 7 30-9 0 rout vep'1)k: open (NATURAL lAMPORNs MOLINE 4300 24th AVE - 797 .!?; 1 0 SAT. 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