Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 3, 1975 · Page 91
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 91

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 3, 1975
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Question Box Q. -- Is Jack Cassidy the son of Hopalong Cassidy? Hopalong's real name was William Boyd. Is Jack really Jack Boyd?.- J.O.B., Church Point, La. A. -- Jack Cassidy is not related in any way, shape or form to the late William Boyd, known as Hopa- long Cassidy. Q. -- Was the movie, "The Great Escape," starring Steve McQueen and James Garner, taken from a book? -- A.McC., Memphis, Tenn. A. - "The Great Escape" film was based on a book of the same title by Paul Brickhill, which evolved from true-life incidents. LAST 3 DAYS! Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 OWENS DRIVE IN 1 WALNUT GROVE DRIVE IN Between Mormet Chtsopeoke Rt. 35 Winfield m\ GATES Of EM S.-QO! SEE "STING" HI m WINNER 7 ACADEMY AWARDS ^BEST PICTURE · BEST DIRECTOR SIDE CINEMA : PETER SELLERS CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER CATHERINE SCHELL HERBERT LOM . BLAKE EDWARDS' 344.3676 T1MIS 1:15-3:15-5:15 7:30-9:30 BURTKWOUK/PEfERARNE P.WuMCfflD'Hua!* BUKE EDWARDS IN THE NOT TOO DISTANT FUTURE, WARS WILL NO LONGER EXIST. BUT THERE WILL BE ROLLERBALL It will be o world of corporations, comfort, and conformity. They will abolish love, war, aggression and individuality. And replace them with the most lethal entertainment of all rime. It's on awesome vision ^pf the future. And the future is where you'll be spending The rest of your life. JAME5CAAN A NORMAN JEWISON Rim "ROLLERBALL" TEQwicoofv STARTS WED. AT PLAZA EAST 1-2 I * * '/Stf OWT'lME, August's, -IMS · * ' ' » * l ' ' · * * Open 2:00 p. m. AIR CONDITIONED 315 WESTWUiST.Pl 342-2122 LOW SHOWING 3AUIMYAWAIM ...all it takes is a little Confidence. JVJl/L /ROBERT iEWMAN/REDFORD ROBERT SHAW A GEORGE ROY HILL FILM "THE STING" '·?'" ^.' ' DAVID a WARD · GTORGEROV HILL · TONY BILL MICHAEL | ra JUUA PHILLIPS TEC'wcad''* A UWERSAI PICTURE 3('55' ·PLUS- JJUIESTIYLOI ·iWIEIOATES ·LAHREIM "TWO-UME BUCK-TOP" ALSOSMOWHK Sutherland and GodU RATED P.G. Question Box KEARSE LAST WEEK Q. -- We're writing you to protest the end of "We'll Get By." It was the best TV show of the past few years and the jerks who run things just couldn't see it. All of our friends and neighbors loved the show and we will miss it. -- Mrs. E.W., Memphis, Tenn. A. - Many fans of "We'll Get By" have written, lamenting the .demise of their favorite series. It's really too bad the show was not given more time to develop a larger audience; but that's show biz. Q. -1 would like to know if Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce, who played Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson respectively, are still alive. - R.M.M., Wenonah, N.J. A. -- Basil Rathbone died in 1967; Nigel Bruce, in 1953. *· Q. -- Didn't David Carradine play the part of "Shane" in a TV series before "Kung Fu"? - G.A., San Antonio, Tex. A. -- David Carradine did play "Shane" in a short-lived TV version of the celebrated movie star. ring Alan Ladd. W.--In the late '50s, Rod Cameron starred in a series playing the part of a state trooper. I say the series was called "State Trooper," tut my wife disagrees. -- T.P., West Memphis, Ark. A, -- You are absolutely correct. Rod Cameron starred in "State Trooper" a syndicated series which ·was on from 1957 to 1959. Cameron also starred in "City Detective" in 195o and -'Coronado 9" in 1959. Q. -- We are not on speaking terms in my house because of a disagreement over whether Claude Akffls plaved a role in the movie on TV, "Mystery of the Yellow Rose." We may come to blows over this trivial argument, so save us from bloodshed, please. - A.C.H., Chattanooga, Tenn. A. -- Put all blunt instruments away ... Claude Akins did appear in "Mystery of the Yellow Rose" which was shown on TV recently. The TV movie was originally seen as a Hec Ramsey episode. DAPPLE DUMPLING GANG TECHNICOLOR" JG}e- CAPITOL 7TI IK WEEK THIS JAWS The terrifying motion picture from the terrifying ~$he was the first... No. 1 best seller. PG^ ILLAGE fflNOT SINCE 'THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN' The American Olympic tWOTWI SIDtW THE MOUNTAIN- S(«nN« UANUTN HASSETT « Id KJMMM* «d ttMl ·UDO5 · i M *HLMK«VUttrmilCl ntooucriON Seim*Ur br DAVID SiTZEK r-vinrfbr EDWARDS FOWAN 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. STATE ROX OFFICE OPD4S7KX)PM FEATURE TIMES 7:30-9:20 BEYOND DOOR TRAIL Rt. 60 EAST ELXVIEW Rt. 119 NORTH DRIVE IN ElKVIEW VALLEY DRIVE IN ST. ALBANS Rt. 35 at It. 60 WEST Bobby has a '68Camaro.Rose has a five year-old kid. On their first date, they became lovers and fugitives. CATESOPB fcHM BOMTA»KO» £. SWtTS MS HSTEt AM ·HUE sum JO-.5* "KMT AM NSE" STAITS MS ML "iHSTB AM lltT" STAITS \\MfJL It was 1948. There was a girl like Billie in every school. All the hoys knew her... but Buster'loved her and no one ^_, understood. . f BUSTERandBILLt CHARLESTON. W. VA. 13s

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