Daily News from New York, New York on August 3, 1973 · 58
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Daily News from New York, New York · 58

New York, New York
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Friday, August 3, 1973
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001 co co H P O P 5 ! - P 14 J i i Q t ii nubrb VVilAT 8-3 loops' About Porno World T.rtrtTw arp TmrnoeTanhie film strips joined at the ends so as to run endlessly througn peep- ahnw machines, IrfOnS IS B movie, half documentary and half melodrama, about the people who make them. It offers the following In, sights: Actors make pornogra- nriip mnvips bprause thev sret $100 a day; the actors don't get any particular pleasure because tne "Loops," a Sean Cunningham Films, Ltd. release in color. Produced by Cunningham and conceived and directed by Bill Markle and Shaun Costello. Presented at the First Avenue Screening Room. Running time: 1 hour, 16 minutes. MPAA rating: X (under 17 not admitted). THE CAST: Shaun Shaun Costello . . . I iii-v fXrantham Fred Fred Lincoln Herb- -Harry Ream directors insist on contriving , plots and giving directions; ac-tnrst and directors alike hODe their families won't find out what thev tin for a livine. Given its timeliness, one wishes "Tons" had tried harder to ex amine one of this country's most lucrative industries. As it is, it onlv reveals - what one already suspected that those who make pornographic movies are as me- less and dejected as those who watch them. Jerry Oster To Met Area Fred Zinnemann's . "The Day of the Jackal" for Universal Pic-tnirpst will nnen at Blue Ribbon theaters throughout the metropolitan area on Wednesday. Based on the novel bv Frederick Forsyth. the film is a suspense drama j about a political assassin hired to kill French President Charles DeGaulle following France s with drawal from Algeria. Baseball Wife Heather MacKae portrays the wife of a Major League Kaaohall nitcher in Paramount "Banff the Drum Slnwlv " The film utilizes the nf nrnfpssional base- nviiu v . i' ball as' a backdrop for human i.fi.uhinn and friendships. I cwuvuaiufa - It pena Aug. 22 at the L O L L Y A"i . kit .Cinema. I iTiieater.T i 'It A A Friend in Need By SALLY JOY BROWN It has always been a strug gle for Mrs. YJEt. to keep up with family needs on her husband's low salary. Increased living costs make her -request for help necessary. Her letter: "My husband and I have five children, and we do our best to see that they are sheltered. fed and clothed. It is because of an increasing need for de cent clothes that I write. - - Burt Muat stocked! HHne (D)(iiinr(!:iryj THE MAN WHO LOVED CAT DANCING rTTwri i s j ' I - BURT REYNOLDS He loved two women the Indian called Cat Dancing, and the Lady Catherine- One died for him. One killed for him. Music ScraenoUv bv JOHN WILLIAMS ELEANOR PERRY NOW VJ.lTJMt.l'k EAST 59th ST. TWIN Sh ST. EAST of 3rd AVE. CENTURY'S BROOK ZURER'S ' BROOKLYN HEIGHTS CINEMA 1 LIGHTSTONE'S QUADrs3s6TA8vEETs. LIGHTSTONE'S ST. MARKS CINEMA Z AVE. i ST. MARKS PL. INTERBOROS CANARSIE BRANDTS DELUXE BRANDT'S SAH3ERS - BRANDT'S CITY CINEMA co-op art TRIANGLE'S DALE POZIN'S WAKEFIELD POZIN'S WARO f ; "We have only my husband's take-home pay and this seems to be shrinking every week. Ones we budget for rent everything else goes for groceries. "I had hoped ths children could get by this summer with older school garments, but they do need a few replacements. I hops you will have something to fit them. "Thirteen, 10 and 9, our daughters sixes are 12 or 14, amdl Saumlh) omitihie SARAH MILES The cool woman who fought like a savage for the man she loved. LEE J. COBB The Wells Fargo agent who made up the law as he went along. MARILYN DURHAM MARTIN POLL and ELEANOR fcsd Upon the Nov I by Produced by PLUS 2nd FEATURE PLAYING AT A SHOWCASE THEATRE NEAR YOU! BRANDT'S CINEMA 22 BEDFORD VILLAGE TRIANGLE'S HASTINGS HASTINGS POZIN'S KIMBALL VONKERS BRANDT'S MUSIC HALL TARRYTOWN TRIANGLE'S ROME PLEAS ANTVILLC LIGHTSTONE'S ' STRAND NORTH TARRYTOWN POZIN'S ARION MIDOLE VILLAGE CENTER SUNNYSIOE POZIN S BRANDT'S DRAKE REGO PARK CENTURY'S QUEENS DELUXE QUEENS WWEN YOU HIT YOUk BALL INTO AO-UMf OF POION OAk. O 8, 8 In dresses, pants and tops, 8, 3, 214 for shoes or sneakers. We have sons, 12 and 8, who could put shirts and pants to good use. They need sizes 12, 8 clothes, 3, 3 shoes. "Clothes for my husband and myself would be gratefully received. He needs a 16 shirt, 42 waist pants (5 7"), 11 shoe. I take a 16 dress, a 7 shoe." If you have seasonal clothes in some of the given sizes, perhaps you can come to Mrs. Y.R.'s aid at this time. Her name and address will be mailed to readers who "write JACK WARDEN trov fP'T) n He wanted money, He'd go through hell to revenge and the woman get his wife back . . . -not necessarily in just for the chance to that order. - kill her. PERRY RICHARD CSARAFI AN PS Oirtd by AT MOST THEATRESl- mum nnnnn UA AMITYVILLE A.I.T.'S DEER PARK IIAGREENPORT KINGS PARK UA OAKDALE A.I.T.'S SHIRLEY 1 GRAND AVE. NO. BALDWIN LIGHTSTONE'S JERRY LEWIS 2 MASSAPEQUA INTERBOROS LIDO LONG BEACH LIGHTSTONE'S MALVERNE MALVERNE WEST8URY PLAZA West IMPERIAL Waooinger Falls MlLLERTQN HiUerton,! to SALLY JOY BROWN, Th News, P.O. Box 1481, New York, N.Y. 10017. Are you In need of clothing, shoe or furniture? Possibly our readers can help you with no-longer-needed items. Write to us at the above address outlining your needs and listing sizes. Double Bill "Outback," the Australian drama starring Donald Pleasance, and "Kes," directed by Ken Loach, will begin an engagement at the First Avenue Screening Room on Aug. 9. GEORGE HAMILTON f 1 puonutunuKi suggqid MNAVISION NETROCOIJOK . MGM CINEMETTE Union LINCOLN Arlington LITTLE CINEMA II Wayne MAYFAIRWest New Tors MEADTOWN Kinnelon " POND ROAD CINEMA Freehold RIVOLI Rutherford ROUTE 35 D.I. Hazlet STRAND Summit STRATHMORE TWIN Matawan WARNER Harrison WAYNE HALL HaverslfJw -,.- Wayn

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