The Post-Standard from Syracuse, New York on April 20, 1970 · Page 26
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THE POST-STANDARD 26 Mon., April 20,1970 IV30 BEST AWARDS! PICTURE- JEWIHE COLORb Deluxe United Artists lAiiiiiiiii11111·111111i it BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30 I* CAR M « A T C « S SANDRA DE - uunwiCH HOBIIOR COLOR ,v : "DR. TERROR'S HOUSE OF HORRORS SafkuSt-Nedrow-Kt, Interstate DRIVE HY2 81 r f m -%· GREAT HIM ENTERTAINMENT 4T REGULAR.PMCES1 BAYBEftRY fl- , U-' ·-» *· ..-i-L-rt-J f. .1 . WESTHILL Now' At Bott .Theatres! KINGOFTHE GRiZZUES COM DAILY BOTH THEATRES 7:w^:oo LAST ", ofitingo TtCHWCOLOft PHDME 422-2311 9--3O MV LAST t DATS! EDGumjurm TUB **-w-»"-r\* ·Minv . uunwiCH HDRBOH COLOR 6:45-10:00 COLOR 8:35 CINEMA North 'NO INCREASE IN.ADMISSION! "ADVENTURERS IS AS EXCITING A ·- FILM OF SOUTH AMERICAN ID ; : REVOLUTIONS EVER FILMED!" v H. A. VdTT STAKURO COLOR! TONIGHT AT 8 P.M. ^Tl I PI I O ^ · \JLJt\J Aff'il-tJ* i q i|R I 470.0911 * ' f r ' ^ ^ J ' 1 WARNINfii ABANDON ALL HOPE OF LEAVING A SHOW. IN6 Of M-A-S-H WITHOUT SPLJTTINC YOUR SIDES. *'- :·".... · . JOAN E. VAOEBONCOEUR-HJ. MASH CQNALO SIKHERLAND-ELLIQ1TGOUI n DATOT 7:20 AND 9:30 WINNER 4 ACADEMY AWARDS! - ·" - . - tNtLUDINC BEST SCREEN PLAY! BEST SONG! BUTCH CASSIOY AND THE SUNDANCE KID IWLNEWHAN ROBERT REWORD COLOR! Iff. 9:15 AND-9:15 CINEMA East tnit HLVU LAST 2 DATS! · m Academy, ·Award ' ·;WINNER JffiS?"*^ mc ° LOn COLOR! DAILY AT 7:30 AND 9:30 LAST 2 DAYS! · ^V ^V ^H ^m ^^B4B* V^B^V ^f ^f ^H ^V ^^f^m ^^^f ^f^f ^ " ^ " ^ ^ ^ " ^ ^ ^ " ^ " rmBrown.GtorgeKenMffy.Fradfk March LAKESHORE DRIVE-IN L-vtnouu LAST S DATS! IKNN REDGRAVE: NORTH Drive-In B9Q LAST t DATS! Model AT DRIVE- IPJfei-Jn-Car Hnnt.f*r«v Childrnn undor 1R FPEE! fr J 'Grizzlies' Filmed In · *'*·' m * | | 4 4 4 B 4 » « « 4 B « l f b 1 « l i · · l « * i * * M l l t * * * « « f M * t * * V I 4 l l lift · · · · · · · · I · · · · ! * · 111 111! Ill I Ifi ' · 4 1 l l t 4 l f t i l l t l t f t f t 4 * l l l l l l 4 i l l l l f t B « * l | | f t « l W E S T H I L L CINEMA and BAYBERRY - "King of the Grizzlies" with John Yesnoas Moki; Chris Wiggins as the colonel; Hugh Webster as Shorty and WAHB as the grizzly king. Screenplay by Jack Speirs based on "The Biography of a Grizzly," a book by Ernest Thompson Seton. Produced by Winston Hibien Field producer 1 Lloyd Beebe, with ; 'the cooperation of 'the* Stoney Indian Nation. In Technicolor. Walt Disney Productions, ; * ' * · · . · . ' * *· * * . ; The ""King of the Grizzlies" is enough to make outdoor lovers ,,-- anyone who wants a; breath of- fresh air .--· jump : with'joy.- Even watching- the tale of the great bear in the Canadian .-wilderness -- blue skies, snow-capped mountains, and. flower-bedecked valleys ~ makes you feel that the air .is-, cie'aner. ' " ; , ' . . , - TOPLESS A-GO-GO BIG SHOWS At iO-12-2 _ YOUTHFUL EXOTIC CHRISTIAN AND fiinny Adams--Doing a Pillow Dance Boobic Lane-Herl Oth Week Go-Go Nightly 9 tiH 3 fatfl VOO M. It WSQH JT +7J-9939 JWrWITH THE STARS AT** SORHOOD Hollywood Kl«. JI Ph»M 4H-OU1 LAST % NHE8! For Adults Only-- X Rated , New-- And From Sweden "FANNY HILL" (In Color tt 8:40) Rod Stelrer, Claire Bloom "3 INTO 2 WONT GO" (In Color at 7) EASTWOOD 5" jHnei «· Phone HE 7-tttt LAST 9 DATS! "CACTUS FLOWER " With Waller Matthaarlflgrfd Bergman and Goldla Hiwn, * Awarded Best Supporting Aclrcsi Tonight: 7:15, 9:05 · Coming Next: "MAROONED" CEttTRAl NFW YORK'S FINEST 5HUWPUCF5' Dafs ft CHARDJUKTON GENEViETO'BUJOLD 7=00 9:30 ^LAIA : WINNER! 4 ACADEMY AWARDS AST 11 DATS TOKITE AT »I5 " SHOPPINGTOWN BURTLANCASTER*DEAN MARTIN JEANSEBERG JACQUELINE BISSET GEORGE KENNEDY HELEN HAYES ** . 7:15 9:40 · SHOPPINGTOWN Every evening (except Sunday)from 5:30 to 9:00. S3.75 per person tax and tip included (children "52.00). Dancing in the tap room to the PAUL FIRENZC TRIO on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 9:00 to 100 446-4555 800 Nottingham Rd Syracuse Th film depicts the mystical relationship between the Cree Indian (John Yesno), who is ranch foreman for his former '. Army commanding officer, and the bear, WAHB. They : meet when WAHB .is a 40: pound cub. Yesno, as Moki the Indian, rescues the animal from a tree and takes him to a wilderness- where he can grow up in peace. The film records WAHB's growth and his first hibernation in a cave during the winter. At last he reaches his full 1,200-pound weight an.d becomes king of the forest.' " WAHB enjoys pushing down trees and an amusing sequence records his adventures with- a rather lazy ranchhand during fencing time. The bear (played " by 10-foot - tall Big Ted) is really excellent so that (thanks to his trainers) it ail looks .very realistic. WAHB is . too wary to be caught by traps set for him after he upsets a cattle roundup. Finally, there is a confrontation betwee WAHB, the grizzly, and his Indian blood brother, while the colonel (Chris Wiggins) tries to come In for tin fcfrn. Send the kids, anil go ypur- self for a nature treal*-NJL DORY SINCLAIR will join Tony Sandier and Ralph Young for a show Thursday through May 2 at Three Rivers Inn. Manager Dom Bruno announced that the entertainers will arrive a day earlier than planned for the Syracuse Chief's dinner Thursday. Fire Alarm Link * ALBANY -A bill requiring public and private school" fire alarm detection or protection systems to be linked directly with the fire alarm system in the fire department charged with protection of the building was given final legislative approval Wednesday.by the Senate. As an alternative, the school could be linked by radio with the fire department. The measure, sponsored by Sen. Ronald B. Stafford of Peru, .Clinton County, will be sent to Gov. Rockefeller. C d GO GO DARING TOPLESS ABSTRACT EXOTIC 300 BURNET AVENUE (just o f*w blocks from iht ctnttr of Syrocust) BUSHY SMITH PRESENTS Pre- Summer Revue lOBigNites FEATURING Sheeba "THE" QUEEN OF NEW ORLEANS DAVE DAVIS A REAL FUNNY GUY LYNDA THE "BEAUTIFUL" SEXOT/C DANCING TO THE TIC-TOC TRIO SHOW EVERY HIGHT JM-SM South SofcM St. C«f. AdoiiM - Ph. 422-3113 * t Show Time As Furnbhed fcy the Theaters, * SHOPPINGTOWN 1 - "Hello, Dolly" 8:15 p.m. SHOPPINGTOWN II - "Air- f port" 7:15 and 9:40 p.m. KALLET G E N E S E E -"Anne of the Thousand' Days" 7 and 9:30 p.m; . LOEW'S - "The Midnight Cowboy"-11:90 a.m., 1:50, 3:55, 5:55, 7:55 and 10 p.m. PALACE - "Cactus Flower" 7:15and9:05i/;m. CINEMA NORTH -» "The Adventurers" 8 p.mi BAYBERRY - "King of the Grizzlies" 7 and 9 p.m. CINEMA EAST - "Z" 7:20 and 9:30 p.m. "^ ECKEL - "The Dunwich Horror" 6:45 and 10 p.m. . "The Oblong Box" 8:15 p.m. iRIVE*IN - "Tick Tick . . . Tick -. . . " 9:05 p.hi. "Mud Money" 10:55 p.m. "The Cincinnati Kid" 7:15 p.m. MINI I -- "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" 7:15 and 9:15 p.m. STUDIO - "MASH" 7:30 and 9:30p.m. LAKESHORE DRIVE-IN -"Bob Carol Ted and Alice"_9:10 p.m. "Georgy *·· · · · · 41 · · « · It t 14 4 »" · 44 · 4 · · 1 · 4* *·· *·· ·* * t ·4 Horror » · * t i t 4 1 * * · » !*· · ·« I »* *· *·· 411 4 * 4 · ·* · A t 444 « * » *** *·· *·* · I · Ift · 4 * · t » · · · · ft* 41ft * * · 4 * 4 * * * ECKEL and SALINA DRIVE- IN--"The Dunwich Horror" with Sandra Dee, Dean Stockwell, Ed Begley, Lloyd Bochner, Donna Baccala» Joanna i' Moore. Jordan and Sam Jaffe* f '* · * Girl", -11:05\p.m. "Murderers Row" 7:15 p.m. W E S T H I L L CINEMA ^King of .the. Grizzlies" 7 and 9 p.m. ' : · RIVIERA CINEMA - "A ; Dream of Kings" 7:30 and. 9:30-p.nv ' NORTH DRIVE-IN -' "Easy Rider" 9:35 p.m. "Casino Royale" 7:15 p.m. "Model Shoprilp.ni. . HOLLYWOOD - "Fanny Hill" 8:40 p.m. "3 Into 2 Won't Go" 7 plm; FRANKLIN,---^:VAndy ,War. hoi's Lonesome Cowboys" 1, 3,5, 7 and 9 p.m. SALINAlDRIVE-IN TM "Frankenstein Created Woman" 7, p.in. e ;punwich: Horror" 9^ p.m. "JDr.-terror's House of Horrors" 10:30, p.m. Produced by James H. Nicholson and Samuel Z. Arkoff. q Roger Corman, executive producer. Screenplay by Curtis Lee Hanson, Henry Rosenbaum and Ronald Silkosky based on the story by H. P. Lovecraft, . * · * * f . . - . . _ . . _ . . . . . The Dunwich Horror--which supposedly- -raises the. spirits of the dead or the old people who once inhabited -the earth -- may 1 well, put -the, living asleep* ·- .,,..,. ;. Unlike- "Rosemary's Baby" which has 1 ascertain wicked charm as well .as a"'. mucB better script^ this is merely' a B- picture .cousin about a" 'coed, Sandra Dee, who -is ; attracted to a rather. weird young man, Dean Stockwell. who "lives in * ' a spooky old. house that's supposed to be haunted; Despite the : advice- of , the' professor, ;Ed Begley, and her ; girlfriend, she stays for "tiie-weekend. Wandering around with . a beard and a crazy look is » Sam Jaffe who plays the grandfather of Stockwell. The arrival of spirits is done with a zap-pow color process which looks the fake it is and the "haunting" Is rather 1 like a group of hippies with Afro hairdos running around with painted bodies. When Begley and Stockwell fight to the finish, they just P' yell Incantations at each other. At one point Stockwell gets quite cross-eyed in glaring back at a self-righteous Begley. 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