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The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia • Page 45

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i THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, Friday, June 28, 1974 l.Q Bulloch Celebrating the Fourth MUIUUlJlllULy ifllJJ were prominent in the settlement of colonial Revolutionary era drill formations, clogging, bagpiping and a special American primitive folk art exhibit will highlight Fourth of July celebrations at Bulloch Hall inRoswelL The Second Georgia Regiment, an century costumed military group, will execute drill formations on the front lawn of the historic mansion at noon. The Little Generals, who recently appeared at the Grand Ole Opry, will perform mountain clogging, a type of dance derived from British folk dances brought to the colonies by the early settlers and kept alive in Appalachia. They will perform at 1:30 and 3 p.m. Dan Titus will lend a Scottish air with bagpiping from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Scots Georgia and the ballads and dances of up country Georgia echo Scottish themes. All these events on Bulloch's lawn are free to the public. Visitors are welcomed to picnic on Bulloch's shaded grounds. Rome-made ice cream prepared by the women of the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church will be available beginning at 11 p.m. There will be other food concessions, and watermelon will be served free. Inside Bulloch Hall (for which there is an admission fee), the American primitive folk art of Mrs. G. W. McKinstry of Blue Mountain, Miss, will be hung in the upstairs display room. Some paintings are from private collections. Others will be available for purchase. Fun, that's what. 1 But if you don't already know that. better remedy the situation fast. Like hov about tonight. We'll put you right up tot your ears in movin sounds. And ring-a-ding drinks. And the kind of jrourng with-it people you like to get to know better. All in an atmosphere that's rugged and right-on. Why, if a Grogshop sounded any; better, it'd be illegal. TOHITE AT 0:00 and 10:30 T0IIITE and 10 m. ii SflT. 5 SUIl. AT 2-4-G-S-1Q AT BOTH THEATRES LeDELL DUO TWIW LOEWS TWELVE OAKS LOEWS TWIN 2 "A MOVIE CLASSIC! YOU WILL BE UTTERLY FASCINATED. THIS MOVIE IS A JOY, A RELAXATION, ANESCP-aSa "DIRECTED WITH FRESHNESS AND INTELLIGENCE Sayre, N.Y. Times "A LITTLE GEM OF A MOVIE! THE KEY TO THE FILM IS CYBILL SHEPHERD. SHE IS INCANDESCENT AND AFFECTING." -Jack Krott, lVc.weefc "PICTURE OF THE MONTH! A POIGNANT LOVE STORY. CYBILL SHEPHERD IS MARVELOUS. A BLITHE, COQUETTISH IMP, A WHOLEHEARTED FREE SPIRIT. GEWll -Seventeen Magaiine I 3S00 hKMtu Mo4 'JV AT PARKAIRE IML LOWER ROSWELL JOHNSON FERRY RDS. BOY, HAVE WE GOT A THEATRE FOR YOU! When Atlantans think movies, they think Loews. Those of you who have been to Loews Tara or Twelve Oaks know that we don't just build theatres, but entire atmospheres in which to enjoy your favorite films in complete comfort. So, come to Loews Twin at Parkaire Mall Boy, have we got a theatre for you! (hishest CHINATOWN1 IS AH ALTOOETHCR UNEXPECTED TBIUMPHI A RICH, INVENTIVE MURDER MYSTERY OF DEEPENING COMPLEXITY AND TANTALIZING TWISTS. JACK NICHOLSON IS SO GOOD THAT THEY HAD BETTER BEGIN IMMEDIATELY TO POLISH UP AN OSCAR. Fly Duniwiy It Ntcholwn' Miry Ailor. Sh bwonw mora illuring in4 ippatllng wrthcft bmrm i un a mnc ESCAPIST MOVIEI" I production oft I film "tKIKATOWN' IS A BRILLIANT CINEMATIC POEM IN THE STYLE I OF P0E CIRCA 19741 Dlraetw Roman Polantkl eradtt moral mldnlgM ttw losmt war gKw in ki nKnowm ana ray uunawty oaeormi ma etatue coupla ol ma privalt-tyt tlory tha innoetiri girl purwad by dtpravHy anflh kuth-amnt wnota cynical prolmionalltm ffuikt hla cool coda ol honor. Polarwkl gab mora Irom Dunaway than wa hrn aaan tinea 'Bonnia and drawing Irom har tha convincing atyla ol a woman akatlng narvotnry on a IMn turf aca ol dacapllon and Haa. 'Chinatown' eonHrma tha talent tor tarror and tha moral malaiaa that Polantkl aatablithad wHh 'Rapublon' and 'Roaamary'a LURID, 8PELLBIN0ING1 iul limmtrmtn, Mawiiraak Shedid she pleased THTWRtCtOtS COMPANY A PETER BOCDANOVICH PRODUQION johnhTllerman perry lopez burt Youiffi inu Ul ICTDM prM'JCt'WiOn-gr-t ntootttttrrtut rnusrcScotttibY uUI ill IIUUlUll CYBILL SHEPHERD fi BlUlfltlU iTLctrll Ul.tKMiUN JtKKTUULU5MHH tzr. TECHNICOLOR PANAVIS10N A PARAMOUNT PRESENTATION BARRY BROWN MILDRED NATWICK 7 EILEEN BRENNAN DUILIO DEL PRETE THE KlIiLY FiLT.l OF -CHINAT0WN'-A TOUR BE FORCE! rr is also the finest American FILM OF THE YEAR, WHICH IS NOT SAYING NEARLY ENOUGHI 'CHINATOWN' REMINDS YOU AGAIN AND THRILLINGLV THAT MOTION PICTURES ARE LARGER, NOT SMALLER, THAN LIFE; THEY ARE NOT PROCESSED IN DRUG STORES AND THEY ARE NOT TELEVISION. Thay art, at thalr batl, avantt calculatad to Iramportua out otouraahraa, at 'Chinatown' til comat togtthar In twHt and ahocklng hnila which kt, with awrythlng alta It to, ttunnktg Rim aaquanca. Run, do not walk, to aaa that may ttlll maka moviaa In our day." Charlai Chtmplin, Lot Anoalat Timtt "'CHINATOWN' IS AN EXOTIC AND CUNNIN8 ENTERTAINMENT! Polantkl and Townt hi mad out a tmart and aiagant icraatlon. No Mm haa avar uccaadad oulta to wall In convoying tha ambtanca ol Lot Angtlat balora tha war aun-kltaad, aaady and aaay. Tht wldow'a part It a phim aid Dunaway dmt welt with It Nlcholaon a Glttat la a cltvtr placa ol acting, FUNNY AND WINNING!" Jay Cockt, Tim MagtdM 'i 1 "FORGET HITCHCOCK. WE'VE GOT P0LANSKI! for Chinatown-is a MYSTERY, A LOVE STORY, A DETECTIVE STORY, AND THE MOST FRIGHTENING MESMERIZING. SPECTACULAR MOVIE OF ITS KIND I HAVE EVER SEEN1" -CLORIS LEACHMAN Tom flurke, flowing Slona ACADEMY AWARDS tfCtUOISIQ DEST PICTURE I ROBERT (VMS PKKHKTOII If I ROMM POUINSrJI FU JU KMXSM ttf MUMVmTOMT mm ROBERT 10WNE PR0OUCE0 It ROKRt (VMS DUECIEO MUM HUMSW CO JOHN HUERKM PERIW LOPEZ 80RI YOUffi WO JOHN HUSTON MOOUCTBN Of S6NR RCURO SlRT ISSOCIME PRODUCER 0 iKS0 WW SCOStO IV JUKI 60LDSUTH ItCWlCWr- PIMHSIOT 1 PiRMrODNT mmiW i'jnirV BEST DIRECTOR BEST STORY AND SCREENPLAY (Original) BEST FILM EDITING BEST ART DIRECTION BEST MUSICAL SCORE RECORD BREAKING WEEK pp5n v1' i---pm-ki I I I I 3500 P.acnuM RM tU I I III I phono tt-871 II A 1 1 TODAY! li HE'S HI'S HI BEAUTIFUL! HE'LL STEAL mrn mwssm MM 1 mv i JOJAIl I- I ill BAIL! nil 'ftJitS wv" TONIGHT 7:30 9:45 You haven't really seenwTHE EXORCIST" until you see it uptown at the Phipps Penthouse. HEARTI i 1 ti HhJ V4 WHIPPfD 5 ROBERT I FQU0II! HEI ER1 Wa hit irtrvttrmtid? iff rttwj tON OOSSITT CHRTSTOMfN TOWNt Rt NNVROKCR' RICH HOLMS -MNOVREiO HttWHAtXER DAVID SMAFIR- OCtRAnERNAt Foducd Wrrtlgn gng CMactMt by HORACE JACKSON COOOVCC THURSTON FRAilCR MuX COlfrHVl SUSSEX RECOR OA CoKk DHuit CsS COuntiy Ol CHR YSl CORfORATiOM 0 He's a skip tracer, the last of the bounty hunters, living on blood money and leiiflPrs borrowed time. lilffifiv No Vaitin3 8HAW IN A BtltPMUIPS PRODUCTION OF A GEORGE ROY HILL FILM TtlE STING A RICHARD O.ZANUCKDAVOBHOWN PRESENTATION WrMenbyDAVID S. WARD Directed byGEORGE ROY HILL ProtedbyTONY BILL and MICHAEL JULIA PHILLIPS in saw 1 Music Adapted by MARVIN HAMUSCH 'TECHNICOLOR AUNIVERSAl PICTURE tUOOtlTM ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK AVAILABLE I IpfJ EXCLUSIVELY ON MCA RECORDS AND TAPf I CM (Be sure to see It from the beginning.) starring I I COMING 'I SOON I pussy Era "SSP" 1 1 1 Bjjsi BH I "f.fS 5S "APES JJ Todays KM YAPIIET iOiTO STARTS TODAY fOSBOONADVtNUJM 1 in) rWriUNtMCTOS RESTRICTED ijndc COfOT by MOVIfilSfJ music score composed and performed by ISAAC HAYES original sound track album on STAX RECORDS Ftoturtt I 2:304:136:007:45 930 monkmi m4 (I) HOT PANTS MOUOAY SLACK MET JONIS ml dl WNMIftaYM inmiUMM iii.i.n.iiii 'U

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