Daily News from New York, New York on March 1, 1971 · 48
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Daily News from New York, New York · 48

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Monday, March 1, 1971
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5jjLJt Til -WAIT A MINUTE. AN UGLY: WHAT- po you THINK? ... HE 5 SO cXffAuSc7 He HE THOUGHT JUST OCCURRED TO ...HAGEM HAS HAP COUW HARPL, CRAWL INTO CANT.. ME... pjp you PELIBERA7ELY ...WHAT WOULD BE THE 'tfArT -vGtfAi?S THE CAK, HAGrN- 1 KNOW ITS IMPORTANT TO BUILD 5TAMINA, KNOCK RITCHIE OUT SO THAT OF MY GOING TO NEW HAMPSHIRE?' ) OF IT WOULD ON Ly EMBARRA SS FOOL . RITCHIE REHEARSING SCENES HALF THE NIGHT AND SHOVELING SNOW ALL MORNING... HE COULDN'T MAKE REHEARSAL JOPM?. BUT 1 FA NOI t)UKD KUCnlt MARY AHD MAKE MB FEEL J RIGHT NOW CAN JAKE IT LIKE A you'RE IN TIME.. 3 3-1 Wanda' M o a Iff Miss Loden Does Well in mi vie ejciuu "Wanda," at Cinema II, is "Bonnie and Clyde" without the pizzazz, a sort of low gear, poor man's version robbed of everything but a certain gritty authenticity that unfortunately tends to keep the viewer in the deep freeze. Even so, Barbara Loden has done well by her first film-she is its star, writer and director-considering the obvious limitations of her budget. If her film is cold it is because she has been rigidly uncomprom- "Wanda," a Bardene International Films release in Color. Produced by the Foundation For Filmmakers of New York and photograph 1 and edited by Nicholas T. Proferes from a screenplay by Barbara Loden. Presented at the Cinema II Theater. Running time: 1 hour, 41 minutes. THE CAST Wanda Barbara Loden Mr. Dennis Michael H'ggvis The Soldier Frank Jcurdano Girl in Roadhouse Valerie Man-hes Jsing in relating her story of the small town, run-away mother who goes from had to no good. IX HER S1EKILE examination of Pennsylvania's poverty belt (a cruel wasteland if ever there was one), she manages to achieve the same documentary-styled realism as "Goin Down the Road," a Canadian film about two high school drop-outs who, like Miss Loden's heroine, have no place to go but ; down. The unf orrnate thing about this j kind of film is that one begins to j find it as dreary as the people in ' it. "Wanda, Miss Loden's drop-out is simply dull. Miss Loden, again not compromising, herself as an J actress, makes her drab and emp- j ty-headed. "I never had anything j and I never will have anything," j she insists in her one moment of i self-analysis. j Her latest pick-up has another ; attitude if you want anything, you have to take it. Together, j they drive from one dreary coal j town to another, as he takes any- thing he can find loot from a hardware store; packages from cars parked in shopping centers, j Siie goes along for the ride, obey- i ing as he orders her to stop wear- ing curlers and slacks. i MICHAEL HIGGENS makes this Clyde the one interesting j character in the film. He plays him as gray, shadowy little man, the kind no one notices and the kind that usually do engineer j bank robberies. t But in spite of this- sharply- etched character, Miss Loden's film remains a rather nointless ' dirge, for there never is any ques- , to where Wanda will end tion ner journey from no place to nowhere. ; COLUMBIA PICTURES SHOWTIME DIRECTORY THE POHSOiT CFH1FPE1ESS op ASTOR B'way&45th St. 11:00,1:00. 3 00, 5:00. 7:00, 9:00, 11:00 BARONET 59th St. at 3rd Avenue 12:00. 2:00. 4 oo, 6:00, 8.00, 10:00 DOCTORS YIYES LOEWS STATE 2 Broadway at 45th St. 10 30. 12 15. 2 00, 3 45.5:45. 7 30. 9:15. 11:00 LOEWS CINE 3rd Ave. at 86lh St. 12 00. 1:45. 3:30. 5:15, 7:00. 8:45, 10:30 HUSBANDS CINEMA I 3rd Ave. at 60th St. 12:30.2:50,5:20.7:50, 10:25 THE OWL ISO THE FUSSYCAT AT COLUMBIA SHOWCASE THEATRES MANHATTAN NASSAU FESTIVAL CENTRAL 3rd STREET FANTASY GRAMERCT FLORAL NEW ALPINE GABLES 72nd ST. 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This tu exotic entertain...-" audacious 1,1.: 35-mm teatuie . OF LOVE53 - FULL-COLOR - t f '::.'S?BSffl! 1hii rr Tf ' -rrt.TTrr m a 1 ;. g I v : Broadway at 49th St 489 92QQ M FEATURE: fcsil ', " t m 10:00,11:30,1:00,2:30,4:00, H j f 000 fj fl fj m 5:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00, 11:30. "ONE MAY ENVISION THAT THERE SHALL BE NO BETTER PERFORMANCES' BY AN ACTOR OR ACTRESS. The cast. well, it's superb. These are pretty people, and the beauty and intrinsic calm of delight are well highlighted by artful rendition and a round of encores. This 90-minute flood cf .passion is bound to stir the more adventurous." Hollwood Reporter ADULTS ONLY NO ONE UNDER 21 ADMITTED. NOMINATED FOR BEST ACTOR & BEST ACTRESS 1 1 k f T ; H r:4 1 I i 1 0' rTn "r-m UAACAOEHIY iVi'ci.c! n5 UA ASTORIA W UA RAYSIDE ma: & ST. 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