Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 18, 1976 · Page 88
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 88

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 18, 1976
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Scene from "Treasure of Matecumbe," next attraction at the Kearse. Robert Foxworth, Joan Hackett, and Peter Ustinov star. Q.--"Laverne and Shirley" is my favorite show. Are the two girls, as I have heard, cousins in real life?-- G.T., Philadelphia, Pa. · A.--Penny Marshall and Cindy , Williams are not related. However, "^Penny's brother, Gary Marshall, is tnr executive producer of the series, and their father, Tony Marshall, is producer; Penny is married to the son of Carl Reiner, Rob Reiner (of "All in the Family"), and how's that for keeping it all in the family? »· Q.--Is Raquel Welch going to star in a TV series with Bill Cosby?--Mrs. J.R., Rocky Hill, Conn. A,--Raquel and Bill are co-stars, along with Harvey Keitel, in the theatrical film release with the offbeat title of Mother, Jugs Speed. KAMWHA CITY CLUBHOUSE SUNDAY SPECIALS Question Box Q.--Hugh O'Brian has been my favorite for many years. Will he be on TV soon?--I.M., 01yphantJ»a. A.--One of Hugh's most recent TV appearances was in a "Police Story" episode in which he played an undercover cop out to expose a "snuff film" outfit preying on young girls. The actor is reportedly set to star in a stage production about George Washington--playing ( the title role, of course. Hugh has' come a long way from Wyatt Earp. Q.--In a discussion on one of the late night talk shows about the old Hollywood gossip columnists and how influential they used to be, everyone mentioned Hedda Hopper and Louella Parsons. Are these two 7 columnists 'around? ; -G.K., Memphis, Tenn. A.--Both Louella Parsons and Hedda*" Hopper have died--but we still have Dorothy Mariners and- Rona Barrett. Norman Granz By Martha Smith Norman Granz, American jazz entrepreneur, has blessed us again. Now living in semi-retirement, record producer Granz emerged several months ago to issue a new set of recordings by the old jazz masters: Oscar Peterson, Zoot Sims, Joe Pass, Louis Bellson. Here's a second set of this exuberant, irreverent, happily unrestrained music. In a Bicentennial year when we joyously celebrate America's contributions to world culture, what zestier element to include than our own, distinctly American musical genre, jazz? In this second collection, issued on Granz' Pablo label, we find the artistry of pianist Ray.Bryant; the incomparable duo of Count Basie playing cool piano and Zoot Sims blowing hot sax; the ethereal quality of a trio composed of vibes player Milt Jackson, guitarist Joe Pass and bass genius Ray Brown; the wild horn squeals of Dizzzy Gilles- pie; and the bluesy vocals of Joe Turner. Following are brief summaries of the delights awaiting listeners. HERE'S RAY BRYANT, featuring pianist Ray Bryant, Pablo Records, 2310-764. . This is virtuosity all the way. From a light, zesty Girl Talk, Bryant moves into a mellow. Ellington-influenced Coorf Morning, Heartache. Other standouts are If hen Sunny Gets Blue, and an earthy rendition of Li V Oar/in'. Back-up drumming is fantastically effective, courtesy of Grady Tate. BASIE ZOOT, featuring pianist Count Basie and saxophonist Zoot Sims, Pablo Records, 2310-745. When the Count decides to lay down some ivory and Zoot begins to toot, it's Katie, bar the door. Everything on this album is splendid; CAST ANDREA TRUE Rpbrit *(.'ins FRANKKANF Rent-L- DouqMS ·JESSICA CARP Pclei 0 Haic MARK DANIELS VIRGINIAN 70S Lea Sfreet/343-1125 TODAY LIMITED ENGAGEMENT "SUMMER SESSION' H O L L Y U O O D C I N K M A 1009 GUARRIEB STREET CHARLESTON W VA PH 3-160041 i «*TID IN coion r IN ADULT (NfttUlNMtNT OUTDOOR THEATRE Tuesday Wednesday Thursday V Saturday Call Toll Free 1-800-642-2766 BeckleftW.Va. Friday Sunday FILET/fF N.Y.STRP/TF.. DELMONKO/FF. 4102 MacCorlcle Ave. S.E. Konowho City Ph. .925-9960 ^ 20m CHARLESTON, W. VA. '3.00 '3.00 '3.00 VaSMMU-llML ADAM EVE ADULT ENTERTAINMENT CENTER ADULT BOOKS-MACAZINES- FILMS- NOVELTIES. PRIVATE MOVIE BOOTHS JURCMMTIONED 4TH SMASH WEEK! SEE AT 2.-30,4:50,7:30,10:00 CHARLTONHESTON- HENRY FONDA A UNIVERSAL PCtUSi . IFCHN«»0(I# P*NAVEIGN» IHRJ WEEKDAY FEATURES AT 7:30 AND 10:00 NOW PLAYING A Broadway (KIT9) By Leslie Stevens Evtry Tuesday! COUNTRY COOK-N 5.95 Featuring 1r Choice of one. I. 1 /, Southern FriedCWcken IStisbuiStei* 3.BakedPtrch IPtfchMethvurstenCassenife Plus Whipped Potatoes, Vegetables, Chef's Salad, Hot Rolls, Coffee. Tea or Milk. KSSflT SUCTIONS UICMTE Subject to change according to Seoson and Availability MBITMS-MHTtttU RESERVATKINS-CHMlfSTON- 755-3S11 D««Op«n6.-OOfJllDai-4PJH,Siii 1 July 18, 1976. Sunday Gazette-Mall

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