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MOVIE CALL SHEET m made her acting debut in Columbia's "To Find a Man," has been added to the cast of "The Poseidon Adventure" at 20th Ccntu-rv-Fox. ' , ' 12 3Lo0flnstU0 Himrsi PartiV-Mon.,Apr.3J972 The Young for -Great Waltz' Sagittarius Productions of "Charlotte's Web." Tim Pelt, who is a mem-"her of Al Farm's Theatrical Ensemble, a youth acting group from Harlem,' joins the cast, of "Come Back' Charleston Blue," Samuel Goldwyn Jr.'s se quel to "Cotton Comes to Harlem" for Warner Bros. MARY MURPHY m V .Wt. ...f f ... V 'V' . f '' i "Satan's Children" to be produced by Aubrey Schenck for his A &, S Productions for United Artists release. Screenplay is by John C. lliggins. Avco Embassy Pictures ' has acquired film rights to "The Executioner," the book series based on the adventures of the legendary Mack Bolan. Richard Maibaum whose credits include such James Bond successes as "Goldfinger," "Thunderball" and "Doctor No," will write the screenplay for the first of the series, "The Continental Contract." Howard Cosell, Regis Philbin, Jack Barry and Toni Holt have feature roles in "Everything You , Always Wanted 'to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid to Ask)." Pamela Sue Martin, who which begins filming this, month in Arizona. Arthur Marks will direct. The film version of the con troversial Bjoadwav musical i'Oh, Calcutta!" will hav'e its nationwide premiere in June. The film version is produced by 1 illard Elkins and stars the original ' Broadway-cast. Writer-producer Michael Kraike will adapt the "Billy and Blaze" children's books for films for Stern Productions. The series is about-a boy and his colt and was written by C. W. Anderson. . Jan -Michael Vincent shares honors with Godfrey Cambridge in the starring role in Walt Disney's "The World's Greatest Athlete." Tom Seleck will star in Tkmtibu ii U.A. wiTuntir Lindbr'k-Westwd. APPARENT MOTIVE(PG) 477-0575 - 6:15. 1:15 ( 10:11 FOUR STAR Ac,d' Nomination! Wil. nr. La Brea pirtupc tunwn 936-8211 2, 4. 6. 1:10 I 10:1 J 7 CAPITOL last Tw 139 S. B7and OIRTY HARRY (R) 243-4261, 6:45 SKIN GAME(PG) 114 THE HOT ROCK(PG) 60s E. Colo. Bl. BUTCH CASSIDY t THE 681-5171,6:45 SUNDANCE KID(PG) niNFMA 1 THE HOT ROCK(PG) BUTCH CASSIDY t THE SUNDANCE KID(PG) Holiday Entertainment Twiggy in THE BOY FRIEND(G) Riv. Fwy-Tvler 689-8022. 1:00 niNFMA 7 Riv. Fwy-Tyler 689-8022. 1:00 II 4 DIAMONDS ARE 17th Bristol FOREVER(PG) 543-9287. 6:45 What's With Helen(PG) if .r-''.SU'M-J' CitvCinemal Cecil B- mmi jCity Centre THE TEN 532 6721, 6:30 COMMANDMENTS(G) CitvCinema2 c"1- Nominationr City Centre fRENCH CONNECTION 532-6721, 6:30 LITTLE MURDEKS(R) CitvCinema3 City Centre ,....,,, 532-6721, 6:30 CitvCinema4 l"?";1:"?11 City Centre POCKET MONEY(PG) 532-6721, 6:30 LE MANS(G) UA Cinema 1 the hot rockipg) So. Coast Plaza Sean Connery 540-0594, 6:30 ANDERSON TAPES(PG) UA Cinema 2 Roman Polanski's !.-ca! PiaS MACBETH(R) 540-0594,6:30' UA Cinema 3 The Original Uncut Paul Lynde will portray the voice of "Templeton the Rat" in llanna-Bar-bera'a coproduction with EGYPTIAN "d. Nominations 6712 Hlywd. THE FRENCH .467-6167, 12:15 CONNECTION(R) UA Walt Disney's H2 N. Market THE BISCUIT ETER0) 678-8977, 6:45 PINOCCHIO(G) U.A. THE HOT ROCK(PG) P. Cst. Hy-Cren. BUTCH CASSIDV t THE 325-4232, 6:45 SUNDANCE KID(PG) Fashion Sq. Mall f CRYPT(PG) 542-8686, 12:45 Housa Dripped Blood DEL AMO I 2 Cecil BrOeMille' Fashion Sq. Mall THE TEN 542-8687, 12:45 COMMANOMENTS(G) DEL AMD 3 sometimes a Fashion Sq Mall RET NOTION(PG) 542-8688, 12:45Play Misty ForMePGl DEL AMO 4 yhf'T Fashion Sq. Mall Fonda-KIUTE(R) 542-8689. 12:45 SUMMER OF '42IR) J ft Cecil B. DeMille's 217 E. Ocean THE TEN 437-1267. 12:30 COMMANDMENTS(G) i : 'i;i;i-r:7.',Trj U.A. Twin A Walt Disney's 6olKCSt: BISCUIT EATER(G) 924-1661, 6:45 PINOCCHIO(G) U.A. Twin B LosCerrttosCtr, 605 Fwv.-So. St. 924-1661, 6:45 Clint Eastwood DIRTY HARRY(R) SKIN GAME(PG) UA Cinema 1 los Cerritos Mall enc c,.,u -cn ct TALES FROM THE CRYPT(PG) 860-0471, 12:15 Hous "ripped Blood UA Cinema 2 I Acad. Nominations !CcermSsMc," J- Fonda KLUTE(R) b05 Fwy.-So. St. .,. , 860-0471, 12:15 SMM" F '() Loscl'S33 The Original Uncut U.A.Cinema4 Steve McOueen KCFwv So St BULLITT(PS) 860-0471, 12:15 BONNIE 4 CLYDE(PG) CINE I & II ADULT CINEMAS 1353 N. LA BREA OPEN 9 AM-2;30 AM PH. 462-0389 FLICK 1082 N. WESTERN OPEN 24 HRS. PH. 462-0210 THEATRE DON'T FEATURES FREE TOUCHING Nuns admire young man In an episode: from "The Decameron," film by Pier Paolo Pasolini ' premiering on West Coast ot Doheny Plaza Theater. MOVIE REVIEW Pasolini Celebrates Life in 'Decameron9 BY KEVIN THOMAS Times Staff Writer GALA LOS ANGELES PREMIERE WEDNESDAY, 8:30 PM FOR THE BtNEFIT OF HELP THE CHILDREN FOUNDATION FOR TICKET INFORMATION CALL 275-9403 OR 272-7179 SNARE THE EXCITEMENT INSIDE! OUTSIDE! IN PERSON LIZA MINNELLI, MICHAEL YORK. I0EL GREY, BOB FOSSE AND OTHER CELEBRITIES! COME EARLY - DON'T MISS A THING! ; LIFE IS A w jilllU icans at Calteeli What makes the 30'' Young Americans,' who appeared at C a 1 1 e c h' a Beckman Auditorium Sat-.urday night, so specially appealing? I mean, apart 'from their obvious youthful irhntocnmanncc (-jtrcxs 1UI uiiuit.miiii(.uvM vitt)w'3 .from 16 to 20), bounce (no group could work harder), talent (they sing beauti- ; fully,, dance with delight- " ful abandon) and ensemble spirit (everybody seems to enjoy everybody else). Perhaps it's their individuality. They're not all white, not all of the girls are slim and gorgeous (some are), not all have .supercule Pepsodent smiles pasted on their faces (some do). They do not shout out their patriotism or wave flags ad nauseum. They merely , dazzle you with their music making and the quality of their never-ending movement (coached by James Bates). Though they come on (and end up, after several costume changes) as cheerleaders in white and gold, the opening song is the "Alleluja from Ga-brielli's Motet VI. Tone quality is wondrous rich and pure, polyphonies are crisp. But if you long for a little more of this sort of thing (it would be nice, for the sake of balance), no such' luck. The YA are off and running. ml 1 j 1. - l,l 1... iiiey piny on uie inu k-zoo, Charleston terrifically to music of the 20s, belt t i i;,t 4 " ijul aim gvb (yuu i..' "Bill Bailey," go skippping and "Singing in the Rain" to some gimmicky sound effects and an inexplicable kerosine lamp burning on stage, offer a big production treatment of "Honey-bun," with every guy a Luther Billis. Then polished, dapper YA founder and conductor Jlilton C. Anderson intro- duces some fine solo- uao.T itun vjicii HM .1 1! Til no Kathy MeCarty ("Gra- i it "i i tv : ' ("Grandma's Itands"), Nark Hess ("Red Roses"), 7 !' Prtnlr a ironr fin 1- cet "Jean"), Kathy Hamilton, Merri Gerrish, Pam Alsup, Larry Pedersen, David Schwartz and others. Not everything proved colossal on this occasion the "Oklahoma!" medley was rather weakly sung, the -"West Side Story" g r o up' somewhat a w k-wardly staged and there were occasional synchronization problems between singers and baud (solid vibes, flute, percussion, some brass), which -was inconveniently placed at one side . wall of the house. But there were many gems, among them an inventive combination of "Easy to Be Hard" and fi "People," plus Sharon Hendricks' lovely solo work in "Let Us Break Bread T o g e t h e r," and more. The very large audience responded with a standing ovation. FREDR1C L. MILSTE1N 2 WW I V4 YaJIm ;. m o (I - I '-. f ,V 1 I: ' " S 3 iT3 1 J2i iLtti ?c3 a is : i m t z 1 v-5 --: Se ts.2 c is ia I . CENTURY CITY PEGULAR PERFORMANCES BEGIN City IN THE HARD-ACTION ADULT FILMS EXPLODING ON THE SCREEN! STARTING EVERY FRIDAY, A POWER-PACKED DOUBLE BILL AT EACH BUBBLING WITH ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ... MISS THE ALL-COLOR ALL-SOUND PRESENTED AT OUR THEATRES. ADMISSION TO CINE Il"wiTH TICKET TO CINE III LADIES ALWAYS WELCOMEI BY OVERWHELMING PUBLIC REQUEST FABULOUS ADULT FILM FESTIVAL Theatres NEW Jhc ENTERTAINMENT CENTER 1. TONITt . . . I LOVE YOU" nrt, nD 2. "REFINEMENTS IN LOVE" , "ULUn 3. "EASY VIRTUE" Cast Set Itossano Brazzl joins Horst Bucholu and Mary Costa in Andrew .Stone's film biography of Johann Strauss, "The Great Waltz." Producer-director Stone begins filming his original screenplay for MGM in Vienna this month. Barry Sher and Anthony Quinn will develop their own film projects under the banner of the newly formed ToBar Productions. They plan production of Howard Koch's "The Savage" and Adrian Spies screenplay "The Captains" which deal? -with the Israeli-Arab con-i " met. , ' '. : James- F. Collier has been signed by executive producer Frank Ja-cobson to direct "Time to. Run" for World Wide Pictures in which Billy Graham will make a guest appearance. Allan S 1 0 a n e wrote the screenplay. ' Tiffany Boiling will statin the F & F. Films Production, "Bonnie's Kids," 'Fillmore', to Be Distributed by 20th Century-Fox M e d i o n Productions' "Fillmore,"' a motion picture filmed at Bill Graham's Fillmore West in San Francisco, will be distributed by 20th Century-Fox. The feature was conceived and directed by Richard T. Heffron and produced by Herbert F. Decker. Claude Jarman, executive director of the San Francisco International Film- Festival was executive producer. "Fillmore,", filmed in Cinemascope with four-track stereo . sound, centers on the last five days of Fillmore West concerts. In addition to music, the film presents interviews with Graham and film clips of past events. Performers include San-tana, The Grateful Dead, Quick silver Messenger Service, Hot Tuna, It's a Beautiful Day, Cold Blood, Boz Scaggs, The Elvin Bishop Group and Lamb. ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE REGENT THEATRE. WESTW00D DAILY AT 7:30 PM SAT. 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ThSorrow and The Pity 2040 AVENUE OF THE STARS 553 4291 pi Sr. II lighted that now their daughter will have to marry such a rich young man. But through his stunning imagery the beauty of dawn breaking and the sleeping figures Pasolini 'THE DECAMERON' A United Artists rrlease of an Halo. Franco-German couroduction: PEA (Rome)-Les Productions Artistes Aso-cies (Paris)-Artemis Film (Berlin). Writer-director Pier Paolo Pasolini; from Boccacio's "Decameron." Camera Tonino Delli Colli. Production desisner Dante Ferrettl. Costume de-sioner Danilo Donati. Featurino Franco Cltti, Ninetto Davoli, M. Grabrlella Frankel, Gerhard Exel, Wolfgana HII-linaer, Vincenzo Amato, Jovan Jovan-ovic, Giusooe Zlasaina. Runninj time: 1 nr., 48 min. MPAA-rated: X (no one under II admitted). transcends the merely anecdotal and ironic to capture a sense of eternity within ah instant. Best known for "The Gospel According to St. Matthew," Pasolini has veeiVd from the profound ("Accatone") to the pretentious ("Medea"). But never has he been so enjoyable as with "The Decameron." Actor-Singer Will Give Impressions Actor - singer - impressionist Jim Bailey, whose one-man show includes impressions of such performers as Barbra Streisand and Judy Garland, will be at the Ahmanson Theatre at 8:30 p.m. April 14. The show is presented by Management III. iI!J2ScoLoR PLUS THE LAST 16MM STEP DOWN LOOPS! PUSSYCAT -451-2356 1442 2nd ST. SANTA MONICA PUSSYCAT -822-3616 16779 ARROW BLVD. FONTANA PUSSYCAT-328 6375 1653 CRAVENS TORRANCE , LYRIC -LU 8-2877 PACIFIC AT FLORENCE HUNTINGTON k SUNSET-HO 2-0721 WESTERN AT SUNSET HOLLYWOOO PARK -Dl 0-1234 31622 SHERMAN WAY CANOGA PK. GARDEN -KE 5-0141 304 EAST LINCOLN ANAHEIM .Jmi&:.ii- ,.1:S "9 IT '-" V P ?T" PUSSYCAT -MA 8-6661 FIFTH AT HILL LOS ANGELES MOVIE -GE 5-5572 345 E. OCFAN BLVD. LONG BEACH RWT2PW The Story Of ANTASY "far Hordeart Buffs, THIS IS Hi" to Men & Women 21 k Overt Explicit Details k Showtime i.ii5j'. ilrs J mu At the end of his lusty, sprawling film extracted from "The Decameron" (at the Doheny Tlaza), its noted Italian director Pier Ta-olo Pasolini, playing a 14th-century- painter, asks, "Why produce a work of art when it's so nice to dream about it?" The picture itself is the answer: to celebrate life, no matter what. As this artist, Pasolini, an intense, wiry man, has come to Naples to paint a church mural and "The Decameron," in transporting us as it does to a different time and place, becomes a rich, sensual fresco itself that brings to vivid, turbulent life the distant past. Seeing Anew By virtue of Pasolini's presence in front of the camera as well as in back of it we are able to experience consciously the act of seeing the world through his eyes. 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