Berkshire Sampler from Pittsfield, Massachusetts on June 6, 1976 · 19
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Berkshire Sampler from Pittsfield, Massachusetts · 19

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ENTERTAINMENT Reviews of movies at Berkshirel County theatres Szdurtiv, June 5 through Did 2y, June I Pittsfield: Capitol: lassrowl Creaks. 7:C3 and 113. Matinees Si. and Sum at 2:g1. Inn: Mailer, Jozs zed Spred. 7:C3 and 9:03 Sim, June 12 sneak preview of Omen, 7:15 sod Ilatler. Jogs awd Speed at 9:C3. Sun. matinee at 2:01 Palace: Exorcist, 7:C3 and S. Sal and Sun. matinee at 2:03. Paris: ALI the Presi&Ers Men, 7:00 and 9:13. Sal and Sun matinee at 2:00. Showidace: Cad News Bears, 7:C3 and 9:00 Sat. and Sun. matinees at 2:00. North Man Mohawk: Eixrcist, 7:e3 and 3:01 Sat and Si. matinees at 1.11 Coury's Drive la: Jim 54. Taxi Driver, at 1:43 and The Way We Were at 10:33. Lenox: Toad Hall: June Vt. McCabe and Mrs. Miller, check films. Adams: Hoosac Drive-la: Azle 5-6, No De-post, No Reba.", S43 and U. Robin Crusoe, USN. at 18:33. Williamstown: Nickelodeon: June 641 Met Doesn't the Here Anymore, 7:00 and 9:00. June 9-10, Cries ad whispers, 7:00 and 9:00. Jure 11-14 Niel Moves, 7:00 and 9: CI Edited by EUeen Klzperscbmid Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore Cue: "A wilkw in the soutinvest struggles to assert herself. make a new life, care for her young SGO. arid salvage some dignir Fabanits performarce by Ellen Burstyn. Kris Krir4offerson also stars?' cries and Whispers Cue: -Astonishirg. deep, beatiful, searing personal drama virtually transporting you into the lizer beinp of four women, ard shaking you up wth Ur re. SY MBOLS IIIIIIIHR ID Clouds converge on velvet mozzillthis; count them. Birds pattern a gentle breeze; staccdto to the sky. Golden glimpses, a dandelion cwpet paves the meadow. Willows wave their magic walds, Spring sudderdg Lorraine M. Lauzon Pittsfield Mot. - Sot. & Sen. 2 P.M. sults. Extraordinary acting. A great Ingmar Bergman film the purest use of cinema as an art form." . Naf-;bt Moves Nickelodeon: "A subtle and fascinating work that deals with life and fiction on levels ranging from first rate Saturday night entertainment to sophisticated psychological drama." The film is directed by Arthur Penn and stars Gene Hackman. Taxi Driver New Yorker: "Robert De Niro stars in Martin Scorsese's feverish, horrifyingly funny movie about a lonely New York cabdriver. Be prepared: It's extraordinarily powerful." The Way We Were Cue: "Sprawling love story about glossy) unreal, cliched characters against background of 1930s campus communism, World War II. Hollywood blacklisting and beyond. Only saving grace is charisma of stars, Barbra Streisand and Robert Redford." Omen This is a sneak preview take your chances. Al the President's Men New Yorker: "Alan J. Paku la's film of the famous book by Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward about the uncovering of the Watergate coverup. Woodward is played by Robert Redford, one of our best actors but perhaps too good-looking for a newsroom Bernstein is played by Dustin Hoffman with edgy intelligence. The film is good on 'newspapers' nervous verve, though it has its share of cliches about the working press. A carefully obBryant film about the process of catechizing, the manner of political casuistry, and the courage of unceletirated aid endangered people." 7ite eeco4c1474wriAA402-of THE EXORCIST '"ist; PASS LIST SUSPENDED FOR THIS ENGAGEMENT WIWAM PETER RATTY'S Ditated 614111AM FRIEDKIN ':1 0 From Warner Bros. g 1 WEEK ONLY NOW SHOWING NO BARGAIN NITES Sampler: "Who says you can't be good-looking in a newsroom?" The Missouri Breaks Cue: "It, is dawn in the Montana Badlands along the Missouri River in the 1380's, and Marlon Brando, hired killer, is approaching his moment of truth. He has eliminated everyone on his list but troublesome Jack Nicholson, the nstler he has been assigned to get. Now they I ;71 ! I; ,c t ij 4 4 A' .1--P The Berkshire Sampler, Sunday, j une 6, 1976-19 3 7:00 9;90 " owttettry, Lei VVALTER TATUIVI MTHAU O'NEAL 'THE BAD NErs . gp VIC MINIM asto toot wyn a meet at a campsite. Only one of them will leave." Bad News Bears Cue: "Sure-fire entertainment satirizing excess stress on need to win in Little League baseball. Rumpled coach tries to make mmething of bedraggled team. Uproariously hinny with hilarious cast headed by Walter Matthau and Tatum O'Neal." LsH,owPLiterj mod nit mitt. Pw.W cis 1, WUI OM MO 11 BILL COSBY t Jugs "Moths.' 4,r RAQUEL 1 1140 WELCH IV- ".ki.gs" FPG I On STUDIO PlIEVIEW Shown hi its entirety. On the same program at 9:10 our turrent attraction "MOTHER, JUGS sail SPUD" X tot -2 Ono Use's, On Kilts! On Diesi Sth loAtWIETKI J 2nd AWoo k HARVE1; KEITEL gs et' is wef peed" they don't call them that for nothing! TONITE At 7:15 Because of the subject matter of this film, we recommend that , you use discretion in bringing children to this screening. GREGORY PECK LEE REMICK THE OMEN tR) Mont: "W. C. FIELDS end ME" nod Steigor 3rd WEEK! 9th WEEK! , At times it looked like it might cost them their isms. their reputations, and maybe even their lives, 11.1M A tA,!j IPG 717:V.V.:7-, Ziff- p - Cont;nct; "LOGAN'S RUN" Michael York Nitat Attraction!" THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT, Part II" 7:00 9:10 L . . : . : . . ri migk, I A.01116,0 i dm. - ty: 7- wit II I iror .5, i .30C-11.0,4 1 74'1 " I I I. woo org. - -- 4 all 14.1 Next' "WON TON, DOD SAVED NOUTViOOD" 22.) 111111111111111111rm a us A to UMPIAL001111111111111111111111 . 1111111 ---'4411re 11.. MI 2nd 7:00 COO i, .,. , T. ,, fon ,. Ili La week : BILL HARVEY COSBY KEITEL ia vl JUGS Go e is "Mothsr 4,6e wil, e "Speed" 4, ay , 4,r RAQUEL ear - i:Ir - 4' oe ,,.' 444D --1. 1111-. Ar..iiir': 11' lam.. -7,.- -) WELCH "Jags" rip,. 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