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The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada • 7

Publication:
The Leader-Posti
Location:
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Issue Date:
Page:
7
Extracted Article Text (OCR)

The Leader-Post, Regina, Thursday, September 4, 1975 7 Hope at the Superdome NEW ORLEANS, Phone 548-2303 SHOW STARTS AT 8 CLOCK Box Office Opens 7.15 Riihhllns with I Alir.MTTRI Buzzing with FUN! fVj iililiJ stadium. About 20,000 boiifiht tickets ranging from $5 to the $100 champagne seats, "Now President Ford has a place to store the wheat for Russia while George Meany makes up his mind," he said, pivoting on the stage to survey the bubble-shaped roof which curves 27 stories high. "When I was in vaudeville, I played cities smaller than this," comedian Bob Hope said as lie gazed at the vastness of the, Hope headed a troupe of entertainers in a charity benefit for the American Cancer Society and the Crippled Children's Hospital in the new $168million wart lmsthws HW SHOWIMG lis Lauoti Week at Cinema 6 TECHNICOLOR Jm 1 i L.i i-tt- fflN SAL 1 i 111 I A Ml? rata 3k7 I nrmioiiDs week -niK 1 V. IV VVVtK-LfUJ' CHILDREN in V7.T7.AIVZ THE DIZX2J Doors open 6:30 Features at 7:10, 9:00 GENERAL 171 BRCAD 62 6161 PLUS WW iW mmm rH EARTHQUAKES SHATTER THE NATION CITIES BECOME RACING FIRESTORMS. BUT THE WORST IS YET TO COME! (ADULT) Mon.

to Frl. at 7:30, 9:30 They forced her in 'h' it 11th Week CATEGORY NO ONE UNDER 18 ADMITTED to commit the ultimate sacrifice! 1 'it 1 COLOR si.p.iKt 2ALMAN KING mo BRENDA FOCARTY with ROBERT PORTEi irff wrniTTtN. PRoauHt mo DinicTio ir EARL BARTON AN EARL BARTON "raM aft.fC tfrlks WmmWv 'k-ii UNITED FIIM nor.SMIATIDN PPniHlfTinN CROWN INTFRNATIRNA1 PICTURES RflEASF The terrifying motion picture from the terrifying No. 1 bestseller. ADULT FOtYMMG0tCHUai am 1 Bf ran CWl IL.

THE ULTIMATE DISASTER starring LORNE GREENE A Roger Corman Max E. Youngstein Presentalion i-nwiwui iramim. -plus-BLADE Blade can'l bought. tough and lharp it hi nam. NO ONE ADMITTED DURING FINAL 15 MINUTES Plus "CAPTAIN APACHE" (adult) CATEGORY Vioonc May Offansive Non Ona Ondar Adrmltad Gataa Opan 7.30 Show al 8 00 MON.

FRL Dtors Open 6:30 Shows 7:00, 9.20 (GENERAL) HELD Children $1.00 9th FEATURE AT WEEK 1:00,3:05,5:05,7:05,9:15 "'7T7T La Rua i nut ri (BstrirtrfllSlin 11TH. Af EHOflO 522-755 EMOS THURSDAY Oeathraca 2000 A Cold Swaot WCST OH NO. 1 SFWir.F. R(l. us 7.x PN VICTORIA AVF saahaaaatoaOjMiyaak la i i Between the wind and the lion is the woman.

For her, half the world may go to war. 5 -Jha 1 I 1 1 la I ft tiSWfl I I ANOTHER FILM COMPLETFlY liiiF mm DIFFERENT FROM SOME OF THE OTHER PLAAS WHICH ARENt QUITE THE SAME ONE IS MeJro Goiawyn ayer piesenis (I HetD Praducilon Joiin Villus' TutWinfiiirail.inn NOWTHEREARETWO? IliUTlE LI1UI1 Sean Cannery Cendice Bergen Siannj hi Wrjllen am! Piiecleii oy Jctin diiiius PiofliiccU ty Hem Music -Jerry Gotdsmnn FJimctl in Panavision ADULT) 0(ESS Regina's Favourite Showplace is now TWO THEATRES IN ONE. presenting a different first-run attraction! CHOICE OF THE NEWEST AND FINEST IN MOTION PICTURE ENTERTAINMENT! HAT SMir-kI tOf EMI Titm UiStriBjtO" Ltd fymon fMomy) P.ctixe Lffl (Adult) ONE SHOWING ONLY 3ONTY PYTHON and the HOLY GRAIL" GRAHAMCHAPMAN, JOHN CLEESE, TERRY GILLIAM, TERRY JONES, MICHAEL PALIN carol clfveland. conne booth. FRIDAY EYEHIi F.M.

BOORS OPEN 1ST 7:30 P.M. ADMISSION Adult ..3.25 Youth (17 under) 2.25 G. Age children 1.00 t.t- ONE SHOWING ONLY Friday Evening, 8:15 la 1 111 A i 4 1)' JL J-V ikjgA AT SCARTH ST. 522-6363 12th. AVE.

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