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Liviii g Dead' and 4Dr. Who' BY KEVIN Timet Staff "Nigljt of the ..Living Dead" and "Dr. Who and the Daleks" (in multiples) prove ou can no more judge movies by their title3 and ad campaigns than you can books by their covers. The first is a genuinely scary little horror picture for adults and the second, a diverting science fiction fantasy' for all ages. Both were made with far more Imagination than money. For once an exploitation double bill gives the custo- 'DR. WHO AND THE DALEKS ' f A Continental (Walter Reade Organisation) release of an Aaru production presented by Regal Films Inter national. Ltd. Director: Gordon Flenv yng. Screenplay: Milton Subotsky. With Peter Cushing, Roy Castle, Jennie Linden, Roberta Tovey. Techni-tcope. Technicolor. 83 minutes. For family audiences. 'NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD' A Continental (Walter Reade Organ-Iration) release of an Image Ten production. Producers: Russell W. Strei-ner, Karl Hardman. Director: George A. Romero. Screenplay: John A. Rusts. With Judith O'Dea, Duane Jones, AAarllvn Eastman, Karl Hardman, Judith Ridley, Keith Wayne. 96 minutes. : For adult audiences. mer his money's worth. The initial venture of Pittsburgh's Image Ten Productions, "Night of the Living Dead" wrings maximum effects from an absolute minimum of means. 'Living Dead' ' C v Virtually the whole film takes place in a. Western Pennsylvania farmhouse in which a group of people have sought . refuge from the rapidly-multiplying legions of the "living dead," those who have recently died only to come alive minutes later as remorseless flesh-eating ghouls. Apparently they have been revived by radiation from a satellite that exploded during a probe of the1 planet Venus. They can be stopped only by a bullet through the brain or by being consumed by fire; . ' Inside, the farmhouse are . an assortment of seven people, - organized by a comparatively calm and resourceful Negro (Duane Jones). From TV and radio they learn the eastern third of the United States is overrun by the living dead, Civil defense units ; : EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENT! ' NOW PLAYING I I DOORS OPEN 12:15 P.M. SHCWTIMES 12:30 3:00 5:30 8:00 & 10:30 P.M. FRI.& SAT. DOORS OPEN 11:45 A.M. SH0WTIMES 12:00 2:30 5:00 7:30 10:00 P.M. I 12:30 A.M. M)ljMWaBIlllBtllMIIWMW "ONE OF THOSE MIRACULOUS AND EXTRAORDINARY EVENTS IN THE CINEMA!" -JteX "AN UNFORGETTABLE SHOULD BE SEEN!" ;1 -Judith Criit, New York Magazine "'THE KILLING OF SISTER GEORGE' LEAVES PRECIOUS LITTLE TO THE IMAGINATION!" i -Bob Sl!mali, New York Daily Column i i -. "THE KILLING OF SISTER GEORGE' IS TART, FUNNY AND TRUTHFUL...A HUMAN STORY THAT CLEARLY TRANSCENDS ITS SHOCK ELEMENT!" -Archer WinslM, New York Post J r 3 f: llMIIIIMJJMtlw.l.WLll PalnmsrPinhiffis Irtemational presents ki ! an Associates f jjf and Aldrich Production Mm Sister '-'Staling f Beryl Reid SusannahYork Coral Browne Afsosiarmg Ronald Fraser Patricia Medina HughPaddick Cyril Detevanti Music By Gerald Fried rrmTtBy Frank Marcus scmpiaylukas Heller Produced Ami Directed By Robert AldlXt) mm toon II wm utr Citywide t THOMAS Writer are mobilizing, however. Will help arrive in time? , Will these seven pull together or let themselves be defeated by internal dissent? From this classically simple situation director George A. Romero and writer John A. Russo build an amazing amount of suspense. Romero keeps things constantly happening and directs with limitless energy. Indeed, countless far more ambitious movies could benefit from such drive and vitality,. Although too gruesome for the kiddies, "Night of the Living Dead" is taut and uncompromising, ending on a note of bitter irony. Performances are adequate and often better, especially in the case of Jones, who clearly has what it take3 to go on io bigger things. Based on TV Based oh a popular BBC television series, "Dr. Who and the Daleks" also deals with the adverse effects of radiation. An accidental shove of the starter in Dr. Who's time-space cubiclev takes the kindly old scien- List (Peter Cushing), his' g r anddaughters (Jennie 1 Linden and Jloberta To-! vey) and a friend (Roy Castle) to a mysterious petrified planet run by the Daleks, web-footed creatures, victims of radiation, who cannot exist outside their "iron maidens" that allow them to function in robot - like fashion. The Thalls, a handsome mutant people," come from afar to the Dalek fortress in search of food, but the Daleks want only to destroy them. When little Miss Tovey asks Cushing why the Daleks want to do this to the Thalls he explains it's simply because they're different from them that we fear' the different so much we want to destroy it. Not only has this movie. ; a sound moral but also a quaint Flash Gordon charm because of its fanciful sets, Cushing, Hammer's reliable Baron Frankenstein, is properly whimsical, and Gordon Flemyng's amiable direction wisely avoids camp. NAIfSHIt INfVALCHPOItMfSW ozs MOLLVWOQD at WILCOt m HO 3-2184 Reti, Women's Wear Daily DRAMA. A FILM THAT fcV" i--t w mw (oWma reliasino ecmponATioit m mtt Ml r l A J J If mi ii it inriflii .-JIU, .- nnirtt.i.hniri.nB r f -1 4. ;:t.?f; ' '1 Hi ' h i f' J . ' jpI f ' I . STAR ON ICE Anna Galmarini, Italian skating champion from Milan, stars in the 23rd edition of Holiday on Ice, which closes on Sunday at the Forum. - ill r ii i ii nrrinriiinTiiiiiii ijjii j i pn iiinpiauii ig,, JT f, V'-f.'V .JW f ."-.'vy.jrmw ,-4 "jSUr . ..-.. 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