Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 23, 1976 · Page 118
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 118

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, May 23, 1976
Page 118
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Question Box Q.--I am a big Agatha Christie fan. Why don't producers take one or two of her Hercule Poirot novels and turn them into a 12-hour or so movie, like they did with "Rich Man, Poor Man?" I bet it would be a big hit. Is it possible such a TV series is planned?-S. R., Molalla, Ore. A.--As of now, no mention has been made of a TV mini-series based on Dame Agatha Christie's large body of work. Q.--I am a very old lady Bearing M and I find TV very comforting. I'm tired of having TV maligned. Wait until you're M with nothing much to do all day .. .you'll thank your lucky stars for TV. I nope you print my letter.--Mrs. G. G., Memphis, Tenn. A.--It's nice to print a positive NOW IK ATB MS NUT WASH ST. X-tATB-AMUnONU OHHIAH.T liOO-MWSNOWMK THE ALL-AMERICAN nAVCHOUND GML THE EXORCIST ALSO SHOWING 2:»M:M Tilt-MS tHEUAtt ALL THEIR CORN LlCm CORN COBS. AND FELT THE" SPIRIT OF THE HILLS Even a man who nates children and dogs has to love someone. ilor V/ADULTS ONLY A BOX Of Fid INTERNATIONAL PICTURE LATE SHOW SATURDAY NIGHT--CONTINUOUS SHOWING. letter every now and then. As you can see from reading our column, we get more complaints than compliments about TV. I'm glad that TV has supplied you with hours of enjoyment. Q.--Now that George Burns is the hero of the day, why doesn't the network bring back that funny show he did with Connie Stevens? OPEN SUHDAY 141 P.M ADULT BOOKS I can't recall the name of it.--Mrs. F. E., Mansfield, Ohio. A.--You're thinking of "Wendy and Me." You might look at the old "Burns and Allen Show" reruns being syndicated once again; it's nice to see George and Oracle going through their routines once again. If the show isn't running in your area, check with your local station. CINEMA SOUTH PLEASURE ISLAND DAY-NIGHT BOOKCLUB CONtllKlinVMHI-lgTKIMI HEWTOTONNMOTOHM. . MKI FMM ULMCMWKMDTIItmC PHONE 342-9475 IPEIM M ,Sil. 111. ·.ttZi.B.SMl till p.* LAST-DATS NOT SINCE "ROSEMARY'! BABY"...! Pray(or the Devil Within Her before it preys on you! J O A N I I I I I ·» I O I I I N S ' A I M N S HAlPH IHlNAl [i BAILS ' PI t AS! N( I DEYIL HER Walter MatthauSc { *"·""* George Burns AT YOUR FAVORITE THEATRE NOT SINCE I£VE STORY I £ / ~~SHOW STARTS AT DUSK NOW SHOWING AT tOTH t AVOKITtTHEATfftS ELKVIEW VALLEY sX She's the aU to-l He* the COP. If the body's hot- M the body's cokl.. call him. CAmerar* BURT DCflEUVE WALTER ^^ MATTHAU TATUM O'NEAL;, "THE BAD NEWS BURT REYNOLDS 1THELONGEST YARDl * · fitre*, funny movie. For mtn, for ^ women, for tv«ryon«. j Kotsorai7Miju nMES 7:20-4:30 The true story of Jill Kinmont. The American Olympic ski contender whose tragic fall took everything but her life. And who found the courage to live through the love of one very special man. 4 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN' "THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN" Starring MARILYN HAS5ETT js (ill Kinmonl jnd BEAU BRIDGES M DicK Buck . BELINDA 1..MONTCOMERY · NAN MARTIN · DABNEY COLEMAN · BILL VINT · WILLIAM BRYANT A FILMWAYS/LARRY TEERCE PRODUCTION · Screenplay by DAVID SELTZER · Bawd on ihi- boc^ "A LONG WAY UP" bv E. C. VAI.ENS Music by CHARLES FOX · Direcltd by LARRY PEERCE- Produced by EDWARD S. FELDMAN · TECHNICOLOR' A UNIVERSAL PICTURE r | | Or ttn* SounsracX m*«Dti«"Cyw*y PG Starts FRIDAY at these theatres: CAPITOL, Charleston · CAMELOT, Huntington CAPITOL, Ashland, Ky. . · · _· _ and at these area theatres: au nut^i itt. ii ttaiot! LOGAN, RIALTO, ALPINE, CROVES, CINDERELLA, COLONY, c.n*ib,o. STATE, Pt.We«ont,0 MEICS, Pomertf, 0. COLUMBIA, (6/4)BOONE, KMrnle (6AD GARDEN, (6AD KENTUCKY, 77A7-'. AV, '"·-' -CHARCESTHN. W.

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