Question Box Q.--I recently saw a "Mod Squad" episode with Bobby Sherman in the guest-starring role, and I could swear that the very pretty girl in the show was none other than the girl who plays Helen in "Room 222." I thought she was very good in the "Mod Squad" story, that is if it was her. My brother says I'm confused and that it wasn't the s a m e actress.--P.D., Gastonia, . N. C. A.--Judy Strangls, who plays Helen, one of the students in "Room 222," appeared as the girl who took up with Bobby Sherman in the "Mod Squadv. show repeated recently. DLLYWOOD 1 10080u*riprSt. 3460041 RATED ADULT ACTION FILMS 21 and over DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Show Changes Each Wednesday 11 AM thru 11 00PM Current movies Downtown CAPITOL-- "Joe Kidd," with Clint Eastwood. K E A R S E-- '"Napoleon and Samantha," with John"" ny Whittaker. LYRIC- "Rose Bud," with Sinthia Barrie and Marcus Wayne. OWENS*MIDTOWN- "Nicholas and Alexandra," with Michael Jaston and Janet Suzman. VIRGINIAN- *"W h a t 'a Up, Doc?" with Barbara Streisand and Ryan O'Neal. Neighborhood CINEMA SOUTH- "Fiddler on the Roof," with Topol. C I N E M A * 21-- "Billy Jack," with Tom Lailglin and Delores Taylor STATE-"Clockwork Or- ange," with Malcolm McDowell. VILLAGE-- "The Godfather," with Marlon Brando and Al Pacino. Community ALBAN- "The Biscuit Eater." TRAIL, E L K V I E W -"Bonnie's Kids," with Tiffany Boiling and Steve Sandor; "Brute Corps." WALNUT GROVE-- "The Legend of Nigger Charlie," with Fred W i l l i a m s o n ; "Goodby Columbus," with All MacGraw. 'The Jackson Fire" will appear at 8 p.m., Aug. 13 at the Civic Center. TRAIL BELLE, W VA AHIITS OMIT ELKVIEW t L K V I t W . W VA Â·BONNIE'S KIDS" STARTS AT DUSK ANYTHING THEY WANT --THIY TAKE! Bonnie's ids Thmnk CÂ«f- , only iÂ«4 tuwf "*^ Piul Carr Joseph Kiufnunn A!eÂ» Roccg _ ~ i ~ -.Jcnnilet. Bi!lm|sln is "Itny" i,,,^., p.^,,, Â·,Â», niliTHOMÂ«S,12 HViUIMMUS.!* '.---,.Â«,.. fc *Â«Â«,.-Â«.p* lr .,TM.^,..,,. OWENS Midtown THEATRE OPEN SOON OWENS DRIVE IN Theatre Watch forfeit ACADEMYAWARD WINNER! Best Art Direction ^ Best Costume Design Held Over 3rd Week nooucrioN Nicholas *" and Alexandra AHOMON FILM I'tm COLUMIIA PICTURES fcfMjii. ty ]AKH cotpm Â· tumid y mvn in ), muFpin Â· frWrrfijjjir tfttcn IBM Gene Hackman, Al Pacino team up in 'Scarecrow* What happens when Popeye Doyle meets Michael Corleone? or, to put it another way, what happens when Gene Hackman, Oscar-winning star of "The French Connection" and Al Pacino, whose star'is rapidly rising as a result of his riveting performance as the son of the "Godfather," get together in a movie? We'll soon find out the answer to that provocative question, according to Jerry Schatzberg, who directed Pacino as a desperate narcotics addict in last season's "The Panic in Needle P a r k." Schatzberg says that, come September, he will direct the two red-hot actors in "S c a r e c r o w." which will be sponsored by Sanford Productions and Warner Brothers. "The script is an original by Garry Michael White," says Schatzberg. "Hackman will play an ex-convict, released from prison after a Question Box Q.--Where can I get a poster sized picture of "The Brady Bunch"-aU of them together in one shot? I want It for Â· friend.--W. W., Charlotte, N. C. A.-I doubt that the publicity department of Paramount Pictures will supply a poster sized photo, but you can try asking for a regular photo of the "Brady" gang. Write to the show care of Paramount Studios, 5451 Marathon Street, Hollywood, Calif. nine-year stretch, and Pacino-will play a sailor home from the sea after a period of five years. They drift separately and then meet while hitch-biking. The story deals not only with their adventures, but also with their dreams and disappointments. Let's say it's a comedy--a human comedy --that has poetry and yet is very funny, too." NOW SHOWING -- XHATID -ADULTS ONLY daddy's I ny so little girl SHOW STARTS AT DUSK VALL-. DRIVE-IN THEATRI ST. ALBANS NOW SHOWING WANTED kmnie's ids A tentnl Rim Con. Relent InUm Cite Jutph-Kiiitavm Atatact m Jtnnifu B'Umgilfjf a "Imy" i.mitNiu v- h**Mi4k'.tiKl ; MAth.v K AM Pity ktiiNkrJtirr SHOW TIME, AUGUST 6, 1973 THURS. m. SAT. I. "CKAntt WMtlB FOtttT' 2."WMtKTW 3."SWHtAKO C DINNER THEATBE based on Sholem Aleichem stories by Special permission of Arnold Book by: JOSEPH STEIN Music by: JERRY BOCK Lyrics by: SHELDON HARNICK " ' Produced on the New York Stage By Harold Pr!hCÂ« , riginal New York Stage Production -: : Directed andChoreograpnec by JEROME ROB8INS . NOW thw SEPTEMBER 3rd. MENU lULrtlCl.irLrn KÂ«Â»l ItrUUl Ofillc fih ti ^ Inr SMUCC Farn.cn* Saint) I'ickltJ ()niunÂ» (iurun bcr* ill , HÂ«plK-rr3 SPECIAL PRICES TO GROUPS NIASt CALL FOR INFOMATION CHARLESTON, W. VA.
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