The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 2, 1985 · Page 18
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 18

Salina, Kansas
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Tuesday, April 2, 1985
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Entertainment The Salina Journal Tuesday, April 2,1985 Page 18 Marquee Live in Salina Student-directed one-act plays, South High School Little Theatre, 7:30 p.m. Saiina movies Baby — Secret of the Lost Legend — Mid-State Cinema, Rated PG Friday the 13th Part V — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated R Mask — Mid-State Cinema, Rated PG-13 Police Academy 2/— Fox, Rated PG-13 Porky's Revenge — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated R The Slugger's Wife — Vogue, Rated PG-13 Movies and specials 7 p.m. — Manhunter, WGN, Salina Cable Channel 11 Ken Howard, Gary Lockwood (1974). A war veteran returning home from China is forced to search for a gang of bank robbers led by his sister. 7:05 p.m. — Cousteau Mississippi: Reluctant Ally, WTBS, Salina Cable Channel 13 Jacques Cousteau and his team explore the history, wildlife and people of the 4,800-mile Missouri- Mississippi river system from iis origins to the Gulf of Mexico. 8 p.m. - A.D., NBC, Salina Cable Channels 3 and 4 Paul narrowly escapes death at the hands of his former allies; Cali- gula alienates his advisers and the people of Judea with his maniacal ideas; Sarah (Amanda Pays), Valerius (Neil Dickson) and Caleb join an assassination plot. (Part 3 of 5). 8 p.m. — Guilty Conscience, CBS, Salina Cable Channels 5 and 12 Anthony Hopkins, Blythe Danner (premiere). Elaborately detailed fantasies fraught with murder provide an eminent attorney with the means to systematically plot his wife's demise. 8 p.m. — The Big Heat, Salina Oblp Channel 7 Glenn Ford, Gloria Grahame (1953). Velma, Did You See This Coupon? 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This yield should not be considered as representative of the Fund's return for any specific period in the future. The value of the Fund's assets and Its | current yield will vary. Yield should be considered relative to changes In the value of the Fund's shares and risks associated with the Fund's Investment objectives and policies. Waddell &Reed For more complete information about United High Income Fund, Including fees, expenses and calculation of yield, send this coupon for a prospectus. Read it carefully before you Invest or send money. Name. Address • _ City, State Phone Z1p__ MEMBER: SIPC SECURITIES INVESTOR PROTECTION CORPORATION WADDELL & REED, INC. 219 S, Santa Fe Salina, Ks, 67401 'Guilty Conscience' keeps you guessing LOS ANGELES (AP) - There is little that you can say about Levinson and Link's latest murder mystery, "Guilty Conscience" on CBS tonight, without revealing a clue. You can say that it's another dazzling twister by Richard Levinson and William Link, television's foremost mystery writers. You can also say it's a puzzle within a puzzle within a puzzle that will keep you guessing until the end. "CBS ran an ad the other day and they gave away five important twists in the plot," said Levinson. "Guilty Conscience" stars Anthony Hopkins, Blythe Danner and Swoozie Kurtz. David Greene directed. Hopkins stars as Arthur Jamison, a prominent criminal attorney who plans to kill his wife (Danner) because he is being pressured for a divorce by his mistress (Kurtz). He figures a divorce would be too costly. Too bad for Jamison, because his wife doesn't plan on becoming a victim. "This is the third in a trilogy of highly stylized mystery thrillers," said Levinson. "The first was 'Murder by Natural Causes,' with Hal Holbrook, Katharine Ross and Barry Bostwick. It was about magic and illusion. The second was 'Rehearsal for Murder,' with Robert Preston, Jeff Goldblum and Lynn Redgrave. It was done within the context of the theater. '"Guilty Conscience' is within the context of the legal system, the law. That's all we want to say about that since the whole purpose of the piece is to play a game with the viewer, which is: Wouldn't it be interesting if you could have your trial before you committed the crime?" Levinson and Link are co-creators with Peter Fischer of CBS' "Murder She Wrote," the only closed mystery (the viewer doesn't know who did it until the end) on the air today. Angela Lansbury plays a mystery novelist with a knack for turning up just in time for a murder and staying around to solve it. "What pleases us about the show, which the critics missed, is that this is one of the few dramas with a woman as the star," said Levinson. " 'Police Woman' had a woman star but she was always rescued in the third act by her male co-stars. 'The Bionic Woman' was a spinoff. ... There are a lot of situation comedies that have women leads. But this is a woman of a certain age who is in a mystery without any car chases." Levinson and Link have been fascinated by mysteries all their lives. They grew up together in Philadelphia and were drawn together because they had the same interests. Both are amateur magicians, a talent they used several years ago to write the Broadway play "Merlin." They adapted "My Sweet Charlie" for television and helped pave the way for TV movies. They also wrote such movies as "That Certain Summer," "The Execution of Private Slovik" and "Prototype." But they're probably most famous for "Columbo," the mystery series starring Peter Falk as the tenacious raincoat-clad detective. " 'Columbo' was an inverted mystery because you knew who did it from the beginning," said Levinson. "NBC was worried that no one would watch if they knew who the killer was." "It's interesting that Alfred Hitchcock only did one whodunit in I Re-Elect 1 Bonilla The Workingman's Voice On The City Commission Experience and .Fairness in Public Service! Pol. adv. paid for by Bonilla (or City Commission, Bob Caldwell, Coordinator; Bud Jilko, Treasurer. The new book will be a collection of interviews with the actors, writers, directors, producers and others who make television. They wanted to call it "Talking Heads" but found there was a rock group with that name. The two are also collaborating with Peter Fischer on another series for NBC, called "Blacke's Magic." It is, of course, about a magician. Mystery writers Richard Levinson (left) and William Link. his career, 'Murder' in 1930," said Link. "The characters take you along in drama, but in a mystery you have to maneuver the characters where you want them to go. It's much more difficult. We always tell young writers at symposiums to read mysteries to learn how to write. They always have a strong spine (plot)." "The only problem for us is not to become typed as mystery writers," said Levinson. "Most of our movies have been drama." They are at work on their second book about the television industry. The first was "Stay Tuned," a personal account of their experiences. AFTER CHURCH Bring your family to our house for Sunday Brunch SELF-SERVICE CAFETERIA MID STATE MALL -SALINA [jin^ ^a^ZtF^gggggJBftg^B^^a^ GERMANY, AUSTRIA and SWITZERLAND July 18-31 $1472 per person, double-occupancy Hosted from Wichita Two weeks to Germany, Switzerland, France, Italy and Austria. Includes air, hotel, tours and most meals. Escorted by Dorothy Goering TRAYLOR TRAVEL 825-0537 Next to Planter's Bank Salina, Ks PLAY IT COOL THIS SUMMER LEARN TO BOWL CROWN JEWELL BOWLING BALL TO ALL LEAGUE MEMBERS For people who have never bowled a sanctioned league 'Qualified Instructor 0 <Q.'13 sessions — Tuesdays, 7 pm Hey Kids! Spring Break Special Games For Shoe Rental Included April 3 thru April II 10 Oz. Drinks * ** CLARK'S 21 40 S. 9th A LOVE STORY ABOUT TWO OF AMERICA'S FAVORITE PASTIMES 126 N. Santa Fe WATCH OUT! THEY'RE THE WORST POLICE FORCE IHTHE UNIVERSE. THHBFIBST ASSIGNMENT « 1*5:00) HHJ 7:00-8:00 They told 16 year old Rocky Dennis he could never be like everyone else. So he was determined to be better. Barb, 2-or Linda at 825-0501 1125 W. South 825-0501 CHER • SAM ELLIOTT and ERIC STOLTZ BABY Secret Of The Lost Legend new beginning NEWITHE PIQ STRIKES BACK CLARK'S TV & COMMUNICATIONS Is Offering uniden Satellite Systems at unbelievable low, low prices! Payments as low as 31 n!5%dowi Installed within a 15 mile radius of Salina. PER MONTH With Approved Credit Based on 15% down. 18% A.P.R., 84 Monthly Payments. TV and Communications Salina 825-7172

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