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6 . Section 2 Chicago Tribune. Wednesday, July 6, 1977 MOTION PICTURES 1st. Run Chlcogolonct MOTION PICTURES lit. Run Chlcagolsnal MOTION PICTURES 1st. Ran Chlcegoland MOTION PICTURES 1st. Run Chlcogolanal iVa'.VaV.'.V.'.VaV.V.V.V.V (Va,aVl,iVWaX'.'W.V.Vla "A WALLOP OF A MUSICAL DRAMA Stunning performances by DeNiro and Minnelli. THATS entertainment!" 'Tho Year's Cost Filovier tMogup Orphan, teddy bear rescue Disney film Gene Shallit, NBC-TV .mi n m WMM ByGeneSiskel Movia critic rfHE RESCUERS," a Disney ani I fmated film, is the story of a young 1 1 orohaned eirl held captive by a U crooked female pawnbroker who wants to use the girl to capture a large diamond. Toward the end of the picture, the little girl hesitates before jumping into bed with her teddy bear. "Oh, I almost forgot to say my prayers," she says, kneeling on the floor. The teddy bear kneels alongside, its hands also clasped in prayer. The frightened little orphan speaks: "Don't worry, Teddy, we'll . . . (sniff) . . . we'll . . . (sniff) . . . we'll be all right" Now, if you think I'm gonna knock a movie with a sniffling orphan saying her prayers alongside her teddy bear, you're nuts. But that's partly because "The Rescuers" is satisfactory but not much more animated entertainment. TO SEE ANY Disney animated film these days is to compare it with Disney classics of 30 and 40 years ago. Judged against "Pinocchio," for example, "The Rescuers" is lightweight, indeed. Its themes are forgettable. It's mostly an adventure story. What kept me involved, however, was a remark by another film critic, Gary Arnold of the Washington Post. In his review of "The Rescuers," Arnold noted similarities between it and "Star Wars." Sure enough, there are a few. Unlikely heroes (two mice in "The Rescuers") attempt to bring to safety a young woman. A wise elder (a cat) tells the girl she must "keep the faith," which sounds TRIBUNE MINI-REVIEW Mica wars ' "THE RESCUERS" Directed toy Wolfyanaj PjeHhennan. Jodft Lrjuitabary. snrj Art Stevena; story euggaeted toy two Margery Srrarp ivavele; edited by JiiM Matton end Jm Kotord; mutk by ArtJe Butter; art direction by Don Grtflrth; produced by Wolfgang Rttthtrmtn; I 6uni Vitta reteaaa at neighborhood Iheetera. Rated Q. THE VOICES Bernard Bob Ntwhart MiM Blanc Eva Gaoor Madam Maduta GarakHne Pag Mr. Snoop Jo Flynn EM Maa Jaanaila Nolan Uka Pat Buttram like "You must believe in the force" from "Star Wars." A rickety vehicle (a wheezing, old albatross) carries the rescuers to the little girl. Similarities, however, don't make a movie. What is special and entertaining in "The Rescuers" is its main premise: That there is a mice-run Rescue Aid Society that meets in a hole in the wall in the United Nations. The society's motto is: "We never fail to do what's right." THE SOCIETY SENDS an unlikely pair of mice after Penny, the orphan: Bernard, the society's American janitor (voice by Bob Newhart), and Miss Bianca, the glamorous Hungarian delegate (voice by Eva Gabor). Their adversary, the mean pawnbroker, is a blowsy lady (voice by Geraldine Page). She also is the film's best-drawn character. A heavy-set hag in a red sheath dress, Madame Medusa looks and acts like a vil-lalness from a Tennessee Williams play. Only 76 minutes long, "The Rescuers" bogs down in the middle as we wait for the eventual confrontation between the two mice and Madame Medusa, who is assisted by a pair of hungry alligators. To combat the 'gators, the mice use a speedboat, which consists of a leaf as the boat and a dragon fly (named Evinrude) as the motor. These are enjoyable characters; it's the story that's a little thin. BECAUSE OF ITS short running time, "The Rescuers" is paired in many theaters with a new Disney nature adventure called "Tale of Two Critters." The critters are a black bear and a raccoon. They meet as pups and share a couple of adventures before going their separate ways as young adults. Frankly, I enjoyed the short much more than "The Rescuers." FILM NOTE: Wednesday the Film Center at the Art Institute begins its series of Rudolph Valentino films with "Camille" at 5:30 p.m. and "The Isle of Love" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday: "Moran of the Lady Letty" (5:30 p.m.) and "The Eagle" 7:30 p.m.). Friday: "The Sheik" 5:30 p.m.) and "Monsieur Beaucaire" (7:30 p.m.). Saturday: "Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" (2 p.m.), "Blood and Sand" (5:30 p.m.), and "Son of the Sheik" (7:30 p.m.). Admission to each of the Saturday films is $1.50; all other programs are $2 each. Tickets go on sale at the Film Center, Columbus Drive at Jackson Boulevard, one-half hour before each screening. Gene Siskel reviews the movie scene Monday, Wednesday, and Friday on Channel 2 News at 10 p.m. Animals get into the act at upcoming benefits By Eleanor Page THE SPOTLIGHT will be on animals, especially horses, at three benefits in the next couple of weeks. The North American Riding for the Handicapped Association will benefit from a Celebrity Day of Polo Sunday at the Oak Brook Polo Field. Children from four handicapped riding centers in Illinois will give a demonstration of their skills. The day will start with luncheon, followed by a performance by the Tern-pel Lipizzans, and a parade of celebrities in antique automobiles and of the teams and ponies. After the polo match, a reception will be held for the teams, the special guests, and patrons (those who donate $400 for luncheon, box seats, and reception for eight). Other seats are available for $50 (including luncfaeon, box seat, and reception), and '$25 (luncheon and seat in the Blue Ribbon enclosure). . Hamburger Hamlet, which will present the trophies, will give a "celebrity dinner" Saturday in its new quarters, 44 E. Walton St., in honor of the association. Alys Faurot Bennett and Mrs. David R. Hamilton are cochair-men of the benefit. THE GREAT American Horse Show opens July 13 at the Blue Ribbon Stables, 4475 Lake-Cook Rd.. Northbrook, to benefit the Evanslon Infant Welfare Society. The show, continuing through July 17, will bring trained horses and riders from more than a dozen states to compete for $20,000 in prize money and trophies. There will be jumping for the first time at this show, which is rated as one of the country's foremost such events. Mr. Rythm, "king of the dancing horses," Culver Military Academy's "Rough Riders," and a comedy bullfight act will provide enter tainment. Box seats will be $7; reserved seats, $5; and general admission, $3. William W. Wirtz, owner of the Chicago Black-hawks and the Chicago Bulls, and Marge Fergusson, owner of Rust-oleum Corp., are honorary chairmen. The gala opening party will be a $7.50-a-person dinner in the Silver Saddle Club from 6 to 7:30 p.m. July 13 at the stables. THE ANIMALS In the Lincoln Park Zoo will benefit from the Zoo La La Ball the Women's Board of the Lincoln Park Zoological Society will hold July 15 under tents in the zoo mall. Proceeds from the black-tie, $75-a-person dinner-dance will go toward the socie-. ty's $6 million capital renovation fund campaign. Projects include a new mammal habitat, education-administration building, waterfowl area, hoofed animal building and outdoor habitat, and children's pavilion and amphitheater. The Chicago Park District will match donations on a two-for-one basis for a total goal of $18 million, says Mrs. Keith K. Stocker, benefit chairman. Guests may buy gifts, including T-shirts and kites, from the zoo bookstore. SEN. AND Mrs. Charles H. Percy head the list of hosts for a dinner the Mid-America Committee will give Friday in the Mid-America Club for a delegation of the Chinese People's Institute of Foreign Affairs. Others receiv-. ing the group from the People's Republic of China and a cross-section of Chicago businessmen and their wives will be the A. Robert Abbouds, the Samuel B. Cascys Jr., the William B. Grahams, the John O. Logans, and the Brooks McCormicks. THE JUVENILE Protective Association will benefit from the Ravinia Festival concert Friday, with tickets priced from $20 to $50. Dinner under the tent is an additional $15, according to cochairmen Mrs. Irving Mar kin and Mrs. J. Barton Kalisb. MOTION PICTURES MOTION PICTURES MOTION PICTURES SOUTH COLONY st oo 'i e so MI7Dne "PHANTOM or Trie WIZARDS paradise- PO fflARQUETTE EvelKnlevel VIVA KNIEVEL!" PO-a A 10 A BRIDGE TOO FAR ? I larrr. 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YORKTOWl Lofnbartf Daily at 1:00. 3:15. 5:30. 7:45. 10:00 Mid. Show Fri.-Sat. MrM -V. .55 IT , WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS' P. DAZZLING NEW ANIMATED TWh COMEDY-THRILLER hCi f-- Technicolor iZtfJCfolQ oflVw Critters MVr f'-'Vtrr, h M V".1 Mti-. --K' f f raalifr-.MssW.fitf'Jif;' aWinCarajnt.0 - Soaca MownUr A n IHH(olHHti , OlSNEYLANDyffitlVWALT DISNEY WORLD Suburban Theatres WEST ElMWOOD PARK hercuryjheDeep. NorthHartam MATINEES DAILVI Uo passea. $1.50 til 2:30 every day 2 15-4 45-7:35-9:50 PO FRANKLIN PARK till I IPE Cinema-3034 N. 25th Ave. VILLAut Opan7Ar-AoulUiaoiOklerl :4o "Tarz-Jane-Boy-Cheeta" color .6:30 'Flesh Gordon' -GlEN ELlYN- GLEN ?,To DISNEY'S "THE RESCUERS" ph "TALE OF TWO CRITTERS" -HIllSIDE V 2:19, 445, 720 A t:45S1 SO HI 230 -HINSDAIE- UlUCnXIC SISKEL THIS h'W7S97r" "Cousin Codsine" LOMBARD " I PA lit MAT HI W -SUN. 11. 0 'Tali 30 P.M. MMMTMMW JACOUILINC lltMT "THE DEEP'.' 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