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i i rwr 42 BOX OFFICE OPENS MONDAY CAPITOL THEATRE NOON To 6 PJW. 232-2800 mm life WIENER BLUT Johann Strauss' Immortal Operetta Company of 65 From Vienna "Not since 'MY FAIR LADY have we teen such a magnificent show." , , Los Angeles Manager ' ' of the famous Greek Theatre 2 NICHTS TUES. and WED SEPT. 1 and 2 &M ML TICKETS: 2-50 S-S0 4-50 S.0O ' TREMBLAY CONCERTS : ftsjr ' TouU Split Laughing at ,. S'jii, I ?, GENE ALLAN 18 Trf HlUrious Comedy Star erf If fl J& . ... HELD OVER! : , . yjwS ZABETHE WILDE ff I Sacitiac aa Orawst Stasia- 1 ! . srtciAL attention t &T'-SL. Sav"" 1 ButaaMs, wcaaws. Partiae. tec siCi . UUmar (Ha P.M. 2t-?l ' ll A aMal amtmMiiM Anilakla. . V. S I : DINING OUT TONIGHT? Whs Not VUit , i . Lido Restaurant and Tavern 73 SPARKS ST. 235-3633 r Enjoy our GOOD FOOD, pleasant surroundings and REGENT RHYTHM Background MUSIC Or DISTINCTION ' 321 Queen St, a . - 233-8487 1 "THE HOME OF II tf T E N D E " NEW NIGHT SPOT "Le 333" r..0TEL DE VILLE ........ . . , ... ., -" ,., , - 333 Montreal Road, Eastriew ' 7 V .... Dance Every Night From 9 CXClock Starting September 7,19B4 ON STAGE "LES MARIACHIS',' Mexican Qumrtet of GulUrlste and Slrrjert yfT'W'tTl',,',',M'''ll''',''l'M,M',pl'',f',''Tf,'''',"t''f,'""''"'' MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH starring Vieeent Price, Hazel Court, Patrick Mage and Jane Asher. New playing at the C e a I r a Theatre. By CLYDE GILMOUR There is some genuinely eerie stuff, along with an occasional touch of macabre jollity. In Masque of the Red Death, the newest of Roger Carman's screen expansions of the stories of Edgar Allan Poe. Producer director Carman has again cast his favorite ac tor,. Vincent Price, la the cen tral role, that of Prince Proa- pero, a medieval Spanish tyrant. Prospero, an Intellec tual and a voluptuary, is a worshipper of Satan and be lieves himself immune to or dinary mortal troubles. Bat even he cannot resist after his masquerade ball If quietly In vaded by the Grim Reaper. crimson-robed and ceremonious. At least two incidents in the script written by Charles Beaumont and Wright C a m p- bell from a Poe tale published in 1842 may well be too grisly 010MN(HIO:UISIE) A BBOBLAB PBATVBB STtAMtO SHBtMP i -All VM Can Cat" , -Imiir KBifHr' Packan M IS INCLUIIKS PAaKINO A OOUBMET DINNER ( ClMSm) Ul4 TICKIf FOB NELSON THEATRB DANCP TO r TONY D'ANGECO ORCH. tm um RAINBOW ROOM . ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY ' - Cameo loumjo STAfiDISILALL A sapswr Nlsht Cl WMk a VHw mt PaiuaaaaM MM HELD ?C v OVER1 ITKI CIRBTS . i THE BSUI ISOWNI TRIO d in me " - ItCKtUQI LOURCE ) Frm Lmt Vtfat THE CHUCK ALLEN DUO DawrMt TV t a ai. Q SUNDAY h Cafe Duvernay my Saaaay ( II a .aw . CA5TRONOMIC DINNER tM aaaran af Mhtttt kr nr Maataraal ' Aak loritaur lavourlts PICtAL CHlumSlf'S ' i RBSBRVATIONB V ' 77I4U1 f park ta ta w Metal Oaiasa M7 Mala St, Hull 0 ilitii OiiAWA JOoivNAl ( safe- cjii i, i r "I SHOWING IN OTTAWA Here are scenes from two of the Ant run movies now-playing at local theatres. Left, Horst Bucholz and Catherine- Spaak in a scctj from The Empty Canvas, at the Nelson. Right, the porpoise Flipper. Pamela Franklin' and Luke Ha'.pin in Flipper's New Adventure, at the Regent. MASQUE OF THt RED DEATH Grisly Screen Story Handled With Skill deep-chested, sombre mistress kHazel Court) is gorily slashed to death by bunting falcons, and sadistic nobleman (Patrick Magee) Is set on fire in his gorilla suit and burned to a crisp by a vengeful - dwarf in the midst of the festivities. ' . Most of the horror, however, is conveyed discreetly and imaginately, sometimes with Gothic splendor and always" in high style. Nobody in films excels the, dulcet-voiced, mocking - eyedi Price In the delicate art of suggesting the unspeakable and simultaneously making fun of It without ever turning U into fare. "My father once imprisoned a man in this room for three years," he murmurs vivaciously while conducting an a p p r e-henslve village lass (Jane Asher) on a tour of his evil castle. His demeanor is as i casual as thoush he were tell. ror roe squeamisn. l-rospero-sim. her where be bought the TOPS M VALUEI drP- ' TOPS IN SERVICE! KINSMEN BIUGO ; OAK DOOR ,485 BANK ST. -( HIM ABOTLB MONDAY, 8 PAL KM POT $5C0 .:. flan to Attend v TOGUATT1 HONORED MOSCOW W) The Soviet town of Stavropol ' has been renamed TogliatU. It was an nounced Friday. Paltnlro TogliatU, the, leader of the Italian Communist party, died a week ago while on vacation in the Soviet Union. 1 jiTz af . - . Route is. pTMcott Hietiway IS Mlnutae rma Downtown UCKNICO THB LIQUOR LIC klNSINCJ BOARD OP ONTARIO Appearing Nightly GERRY L0B8E AND Hia ORCHESTRA iBadla Burs) Dancing Nightly 1 " bB 1 EC TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED FOR YOUR COMFORT TEA WAGON MH etUNCf I T - MMMS0N UM0TWS ANNCTTE - ma aaywaacv FhrsarRawW I :i MOBOAtBORtt lanrsialaiaaian Bail nit, err mi HSTMWMT DL01EX I TOME I WHO I mt-sm "(Yp mmfant. ?T?.m) T Japanese. Car War Gets Hot TOKYO (Reuters) a- Fierce competition is developing lor the Japanese car market, which is believed to be poten tially enormous. Only Japanese manufacturers have been in the race so far. but they expect to be joined by British Liaison Whips RMC XI British Defence Liaison Staff, swamped' Kingston's Royal Military College eleven 81 to 38 in a cricket match at Rideau! HaU here Thursday.. BDLS's Fit IX Ray CreenhaU. RAF, ropped double honor who top 4core at bat of 38 and a five wickets for 10 runs bowling performance. Major M. E. Thome of BDLS took four for 10. RMC bowler Cheaters took three for 11 bowling and -also was the batter with 10 runs., Don't Miss KIRK KOVE RESORT Ski Show SUNDAYV AUGUST SS WATER SKI JUMPING CONTEST Writ at Part He. 7 Uwj Kennebec Rd. North saw i9tt s4r aae - Wiaanasy at S m.m. DINING SOON picnic aata OTTAWA HOUSE FBIUAT a SATURDAY NEAL JACKSON aad His Quartet STARTS MONDAY ! The American IMPACS Well known versatile entertainers MOCK TWIST SONOa AND COMIOT , SCNDAT IN TUB O St ILL (raas I tm II sua). BOBBY SARAULT : aaa alks .jOeEwttta v . Mca Twlaa laanaaaaaui LAST TIME TONIGHT ANDY WILLIAMS . The design of the Horticulturt lldfl. by Dow Graham Assoc - CENTRAL CANADA EXHIBITION CHEZ HENRI HOTEL Salon d'Or ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY STARTING MONDAY THE BLUE NOTES 8 TO P COMICAL MUSICIANS IN THE Beachcomber Roofii oon nm obi UTURDIT liTQIOOl JAN SESS10I i4sa hr5lfw.'.uiil (!; I I Carlina Avenue n tne Mrxwoooy . ' NO COVER NO MINIMUM for rseervstioni call 0 foreign makers soon when Japan liberalises car imports. Sales of cars In Japan have increased rapidly with a boost in the standard of living in recent years. Tbey now total nearly 40.M0 units a month. Some industrialists predict this 'HILARIOUS ! She la recommended without reservation!" (New York Journal-American) THE TREBLE CLEF present All EVENING WITH JOYCE GRENFELL 4Ak (O) (o) SERIES DESIRED) SATURDAY. AUGUST 29. 1964 will expand by. more than four times in tew years. But a car is fast becoming the status symbol lor middle-class Japanese. Driving schools are turning out drivers much faster than the assembly lines roll out new cars. G "AHogether wonderful II (Nem for Herald-Tribune) "She la the best England has sent us since Noel Coward, Beatrice Ullle aad Gertrude UwreoceT Walter WincheU) CAPITOL THEATRE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd - 8J0 pjn. TICKETS: $3.79 $3.80 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 ( Baau Sa Batcaajr Oalyi BOX OFFICE at THE TREBLE CLEF. IM Bank Street aad M Rideau Street 236-9603 Mail Orders Accepted THE TREBLE CLEF, Dept. G, 14 Bank Street, Ottawa I enclose Cheque Money Order In the amount of $ for tickets at S ... each for JOYCE GRENFELL. Orchestra O Balcony NAME ... ADDRESS CITY . - -.. .... PHONE HOTBI A SuaipM. Salf.Aaraaaa Earalapa Mart B Baalaaae lat Bataia a TtcBata OTaft Slip fyyiY X00 for WINNIPEG This city ia the site of the largest primary grain market in the world. SaaL b2b2bi CNaWBalsBBBav r YOLAND GUERARD Interna tionai reputation -leading male foice tn "South PtfJJie" on Broadway I ' e SBawi 8 aae IS a.m. (axeeat Buaaayt a CaaUaaoaa eiaaaf afaalas Irasa t p.m. la uWaasIc af Laa waakaa aae kU archaatra a Takla rasarvaiiaas Ulsll COMINO ATTRACTION ' ANITA ORTEZ Tht Chateau THE 1964-65 SEASON NEVER BEFORE IN ONE SEASON SUCH AN OUTSTANDING PROGRAM OF N-W 11N N-W tlM BOTH O i Pafolar D raathral o Enclosed flad payment la the amount of Cask W. O Sat O v ' v . (Must accompany application) ; ALL SUCCESSES OF THE 7 NEW YORK - PARIS and LONDON STAGES ' - POPULAR SERIES ; FESTIVAL SERIES irma U Douca , . Oct. 917 Tha MlrKle Worker . Nov. 6-14 ' . Mmticml '. Bitrphical Drama ... Tha Sound of Murder Dec 11-19 Tobacco Road Jan. S-16 MyUtr? Drama With Mm$lc y U Rondo Feb. 5-13 Royal Gambit March 5-13 , , Camtdj . HittaHeal flay Come Blow Yqur Horn April 2-10 Lady Windermoro'i Fan May 715 ".v. ; CamaJf .. . - English Drama. REMEMBER! You SAVE By Joining ROW! , V 8 PLAYS A PLAY A MONTH SEND IN NOW TO OBTAIN THE SEATS AND NIGHT , YOU PREFER! ' GOOD SEATS GO FIRST! '.."'!. BUY BOTH SERIES AND SAVE 233-8948 (11 to S p.m.) , 196445 MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION, OTTAWA UTTU THEATRE. RijC, 2334948 b ,5 f, . t - - 4M Ring WtmiH AtaMaw ' .. . : ; mim ... . , ;,. .. ' ; . : v Mr. : .. Tel No.: Res. .. BURKAMB (PLBABB P1UMT) DflTIALa Addresa ..... . .... ........... BOTH SERIES A-M SINGLE SEXIE5 A-M IMJa ... Bus. ...... 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