The Windsor Star from Windsor, Ontario, Canada on October 4, 1967 · 25
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The Windsor Star from Windsor, Ontario, Canada · 25

Windsor, Ontario, Canada
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Wednesday, October 4, 1967
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r i I ! if m , i TTTMnfTTlllllirTl a Timm K!RX DOUGLAS IAURENCE CLIYTER JEAH SIMMONS CHARLES LAUGHTCH FETER USTINDYrJGHN GAYIH TONY CURTIS M ANTONINUS jm " .1 I n : II I " ' , .. . S? 1 I It : f UN! FAME! .1 num I I I . . .. . . 1 -lit i Audrc-jHfpburn HJW iu , PeietlTToola s Cf gal ! I It BMnr mmmw jw-mwmm am, mm it a , - 3 Tiniiiifmn iinn rl Audis MURPHY T George SANDERS- Marianne KOCH - or TECHNICOLOR PANAVISION" Jf v. -v 1 J 1. -V PJ?.4fTTrfTF! MAKES PERFECT Kathrin Haws its in pcr- ectty tcitfc prdessional musicians in her role as symphony orchestra cellist in Universale Counterpoint. econa wotui War drama stars Charlton Heston, Maximilian ocie, xite Nielsen and Miss Hays. " ' . Broadway box score " NEW YORK (UPI) Current stage attractions, lead ing players; theatres and ticKet situations: BLACK COMEDY Donald Mad- den, Geraldine Page; Barrymoret Peter Shaffer farce of complications when artist's former mistress turns up during electricity blackout; preceded by short Shaffer comedy, WHITE LIES: available. . CABARET Jill Haworth. Jack Gil-.' fords Imperial; prize musical set in 1930 Berlin, based on play I Am A Camera; sells out. ' CACTUS FLOWER Lauren Bacall,' Barry Nefson; Royale; Don Juan dentist meets his match in his flam Jane assistant; available. - -. DONT DRINK THE WATER Louis Jaeobi, Peggy Cass; Morosco? farce about American family accused of esploneae while vacationing behind Iron Curta'in; available. -DR. COOK'S GARDEN Burl Ives, Keir Dullea; Belasco; clash between-an old doctor and a young one on ethical Issue; available. .HALLE LUJAH, BABY Leslie Uggams; Martin Beck; musical showing changing white-Negro relationship over 60 years; available. , : HELLO, DOLLY! Betty Grable; St. James; musical about female matchmaker who reserves wealthy , client for herself; available. J I DO I I DO! Mary Martin. Robert " Preston; -46th Street-, two-character musical' based on The Fourposter; vicissitude of... a tong . marnagei available.- ..". . ' Feature times CAPITOL-Today: : "DONT MAKE WAVES, 1:40, 5:35, 9:30; "OPERA-TION CROSSBOW," 3:30, 7:2S. Last complete show 7:10. . ; rALAtt OOaY- varis. 1:00, 4:00, 6:55. 9:55; . -THE VULTURE," 2:20; 5:20, 8:20. PARK Today: "THE , SAND,- PEBBLES." 8:00. VAN I TY Today: rSPARTACUS." 1,-00. 3:40, 6:20, 9:00 CENTRE Today: "TO SIR. WITH LOVE," 7:10, 9:15. Doors open 6:45. Last comolete show 9:00. A TWIN WEST Today: THE FAMILY WAY," 7:50, 12:00; "4 FOR TEX- -AS," 1C-00. Last complete show 8:50. TWIN EAST Today: "PARIS SE- ' oct; T-n 10-4S: "MOON v. r . . 7 WOLF, ; -9:30. Last compie www 9"20.""'- " ' " WINDSOR DRIVE IN Tonight: 'HOM-i BRE," 8:10; "HOW TO STEAL A 5 MILLION," 10:00. Box office opens, - 6;45; show starts at 8:00. SKYWAY DRIVEIN Tonight: - "WICK-. EO WORLD," 8:00. 11:00; "TRUNK TO CAIRO," 9:40. Box office opens 6:45; show starts at 8;00. Last complete show at 9:40. First English role hollvwood;(Upi) Anouk Aimee 'will make her .-first English speaking picture Jfor Columbia in Lake Lu-u gano. --" -' -v" - i va ' noi ina Molina-" Mer- couri. Orson Bean; Hellinger; mus- iral based on movie Never un Sunday: available. rccs IT IM TUP FAMILY Pat-: rick Maoee, Maureen O'Sullivan; Plymouth; drama ; of ' frictions in family ruled by stern father; avaii- iMB Anoela Lansburyj Winter t ' MucVi :rtiMi':Af Auntie .Hu. ti .. c , n uv hostess raising orphaned nephew; sells out- , SONG OF THE GRASsHOrrfcK drama of ne'weto-well Spanish philosopher who befriends needy; avail-, able. THE APPLE TREE Barbara u.-.-;. I rrw RluHon. Alan Alda; Shubert; unusual musical consisting of three separate-stories on general theme or man-nramwi iei"K101" available. - !.-. tub UOMFrO MING Roval Shakespeare theatre company; Music Box; Harold Pinter's drama of sxual and other involvements of members of a family with each ' other: available. : tub iiuvunwM ni niF.R AND HIS WIFE Brian Bedford, Howard Da Sllva; Abbott; Peter Ustinov's : nw irnnlc comedv about war throuah the aaes; available. vnii mnw I CANT HEAR YOU W H P M T H E WATER'S RUN- uiuft .i AAartin RAlcann. Fileeri Heckart, George Griziard; Ambassa- 1 dor, tour tunny snorr piays vr Anderson, capacity. -3 uiEcwc isninwiv rtPFNINGS: Oct. 3 THE BIRTHDAY PARTY Booth; Oct. 6 A MINOR ADJUbl- MENT, Atkinson. 1 1P.M.-3:406:20 -9 P.M. EVERY WEDNESDAY AT WINDSOR DRIVE-IN IS 1X0 Q THE WINDSOR STAR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1967 2 o WHEN SHE ;; SLIPS ON HER , : MINI-BIKiNI, " ni inn nil urn GRENADE EARRINGS. AND BUCKLES ON HER PARACHUTE-THINGS REALLY , HAPPEN Sfarls S,...FAi3i PAUL NEWMAN HURRY TONIGHT 0HLY1 HWIMIOltl m CANDID MOVIE OF ALL TIME! fit : TO MAJUORIE rhgdes - ADDED ATTRACTON , A FOR TEXAS FOANK SINATRA ADULT WELCOME WONDERFUL Ii i rymgpyiJ zwjy; p'iri'i ; i 1 1 f5 IrfrrAWl TODAY - Thurs. - Fri. is , TUIJDCn AV mi I I ': , 2 1 H VRflBal .',': -v. A J r 3! j". " IT HAPPENS IN THE TZT TKf ' ' ' ' fuKf f JmJ3 shock XfciSW ' J! I I T v.- T'.VH ' IV Jk AJ' t: fa . I l !I i v:-3f .- 16 ..'5:. sHobK BUM ;i - l1"-- ?T-r after r"-' I, T7 - . - . , SLfSS I l JjgopjiSi vfj AW LAST NIGHT drfVVHT HEROIC ASTKQ-C2S M ; - SLSSMSaU OUTER SPACE! -- - A A- . ATO ' Tnm W Xt liwiNDsoR funa I it. -IT.-. .run...,, , , 1 llillll EL ijl r-If?! ' SSMJ Wtllll : m III U ! AND DICK DRYSDALE, MANAGER FROM. CAPITOL ED LAMOUXEUX, Mgr. PALACE MIKE MICELII, Mgr. PARK . HOWARD LEVIS, Mgr. THROUGH YOUR DOORS WILL PASS THE FINEST PEOPLE IN THE WORLD f FROM: VANITY ERNIE TAYLOR, Mgr. CENTRE BILL BLIGHT, Mgr. 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I'JPUE ARRIVED AND HE -HOPE YOU'LL LIKE US . a AH EXCITING HEW C0S1CEPT IN M0DERM THEATRE DESIGII! . rTB fe; s 5 X PREMIERE PROGRAM 2a CtNTURY.rOX presents (STAR OF "TOM JONES") 1 "r"" "SfrWCTvTSSS? 1 v ..ifflC, m-JV ALBM Ml in STANLEY DONENS TWO M IB ROAD ELEANOR BRON -WILLIAM DANIELS CLAUDE DAUPHIN NADIA GRAY produced and directed by STANLEY D0NEN written by FREDERIC RAPHAEL music-HENRY MANCIN1 Panavision Color by DeLuxe Recommended As Adult Entertainment POLICY AFTER CPENIN3 WEEKDAYS FROM 7 P.M. SATURDAY FROM 1 P.M. SUNDAY FROM 2 P.M. a MFW qHOWPLACE FEATURING TOP MOVIES AND THE RENOWNED ODEON COURTESY AND LOCATED IN THE BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY INN MOTOR HOTEL CANADA SQUARE RIVERSIDE DRIVE, -AaWf't- ,, -.'ij;,..' 'i -iniin i .1 an.i.ifrir imiftrfinrntn-. ntTnnmnfr ,mii., i 11 ri, ' ' " WELCOME WEST ifhiaMrt-rttiftifiWiWii iiTiiir-iti-iimir ifirtfif--"3-

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