Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 16, 1972 · Page 77
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 77

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 16, 1972
Page 77
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Q. -- I am very Interested in the new daytime version of "Return to Peyton Place" and I would appreciate a cast rundown of the principal players. I used to watch every single episode of the nighttime version of "Peyton Place" and I am very interested in the new one.-C. N. R., Jselin, N. J. Question Box A. -- "Return to Peyton Place" stars Lawrence Casey as Rodney Harrington; Guy Stockwell as Dr. Rossi; Bettye Ackerman as Constance MacKenzie Carson; Warren Stevens as Eliot Carson; Pat Morrow as Rita Jacks Harrington; Ron Russell-as Norman Harrington; Julie Parrish as Betty Anderson Harrington; Frank Ferguson as Eli Carson; Stacy Harris as Leslie Harrington; Evelyn Scott as Ada Jacks; and Mary K Wells as Hannah Cord. ,, on the screen is coming for a limited engagement "Fiddler on the Roof," will July 28 al the Cinema South. ROBINSON THEATER t Formerly Cutter Theatre) 305 W. Woih. St. Ph.342-943 Featuring Only Family Type Movie, MTMEEeHUMC SHIMS MIL! «miMI.-Him[S»TM I 7 F J. NOW SHOW ING Murll.r»l,r« W Ml.-r .Slwuk in "BLACK BEAUTY" 'LET'S SCARE JESSICA TO DEATH" LKPI 'What's Up, Doc?' offers good clean family fun 1 : I '*· r VIRGINIAN 7 0 5 1 H S T 343 1125 NOW ?« atl:35 .3:35 5:40,7:45,9:50 -From Warner Bros.. A Warner Communications Company By Robert DiBartolomeo **"WHAT'S UP, DOC?"' Barbra Streisand, Ryan O'Neal. Virginian. *** When "What's up Doc," shows in a theater take your wife and children and go to see a picture like the ones they made twenty-five years ago. It's good clean fun from beginning to end--not little smirky giggle fun, but roaring belly laugh fun. No deep inner meaning or brooding social comment, but slapstick and sight gags and a comic chase with hordes of cars, a bicycle, men with a plate glass window, a man on a tall ladder, and a full fledged Chinese festival. This chase would have made Mack Sennet proud. Streisand is a kooky gamin, a perennial student with a photographic memory, and if you had any doubts about her flair for comedy they will be laid to rest after you've seen (his film. Ryan O'Neal of "Love Story" fame is an absent minded music professor out of the Jimmy Stewart mould, henpecked by his fiancee, a fine supporting a c t r e s s , Madeline Kahn. He does little more however, than stand around and be a straight man for both Stresi- sand and Kahn. A large supporting cast ranging from an obnoxious Creation musi- FILM REVIEW cologist to a government agent in white socks carrying a golf bag all do their jobs well. Consider a plot which begins with five identical plaid suitcases containing in order, Top Secret Government Documents, a fortune in jewels, an igneous musical rock collection and female ·( Continued On Page US) Premiere T I His a w a r d - w i n n i n g musical motion picture is unrivalled in (he history of entertainment. Millions of people around the world, of all ages and all backgrounds, have thrilled to the music, the humor and the drama of this great entertainment. Now you have the unique opportunity Wed..July 2i to sec "Fiddler On The Roof" during its limited engagement. We urge you u order tickets by mail now to assure the date and performance you desire. This special engagement starts · J u l y 2 ( j . Box office sale will begin July 19 Tiddler """"Rpof' »^r ^m Reserved Performance Presentation 1 Ins means ihai you are guaranteed a scat for the performance of your choice-bin it is noi a reserved seal! EVENINGS 8:30 PM-ADMISSION 2.30 PRICES AND PERFORMANCES MATINEES SAT. 2 PM-SUN 1:3O * 5:OO ADMISSION $2.00 United Artists 3 7 O D. ST., SOUTH CHARLESTON CAPITOL KEARSE STATE VILLAGE NOW SHOWING FEATURE TIMES 2:00-3:30-5:00 6:30-8:00-9:30 NOW SHOWING MATINEE TODAY FEATURE TIMES 2:00-3;32-5:04 6:36-8:08-9:40 The tNVISIBLE VAPOR CAPER 3RD BIG WEEK BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:45 PM FEATURE TIMES 7:00-9:30 BEST PICTURE· BEST DIRECTOR TIME, JULY 16, 197*,...., . . N.Y.Film Cri/icj Awordi TECHNICOLOR* · · 1*7! VM Ow«i .^VINCENT PRICE .--An AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL P*M NOW SHOWING 17TH WEEK BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:00 PM SHOW STARTS 8:00 PM Uttll r * few*' I tow tot CHARLESTON, W.VA. 9t

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