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0- - ve -- qtt 4Y -411 ilThir Irv( 4 71 The Salt Lake Tribune Friday June 3 1988 Scouts won't lend name to new film Los Angeles Times Service HOLLYWOOD — You will not be seeing any Girl Scouts in Weintraub Entertainment's Girl Scout comedy "Be Prepared" which started filming Tuesday The Girls Scouts of America did not like the way some Scouts were portrayed in the original script for the Shelley Long feature and withheld approval to use the name or uniform Long plays a Beverly Hills Calif divorcee who becomes the leader of a girls group to gain a sense of accomplishment and to bond emotionally with her daughter Jeff Kanew directs A Girl Scouts spokeswoman would not comment beyond saying "the script was read and we decided that it wasn't for us" But Margaret Oberman who co-wrote with Pamela Norris said she understood that cooperation was nixed because "we include a bad troop in the story — Shelley Long's rivals so to speak They (Girl Scouts) made a decision that it just wasn't the right image for them" waloanamiumlispr00 Ilt ' ' 3605 So Open 6 aS WAA I STATE Show 790-0255 7 00 930 Slavish Smolt:wog s OW010f011 'einem! ca a 12 veer old English boy Separated from hos parents vsPen J000nes lake over Shanghai "EMPIRE OF THE SUN" (PG1 n1200 CIOSSIC Vide Movies for ROM r "POLICE ACADEMY 5" iPC1 1:00 9:00 Satutday Matinee 100 J 00 5:00 'fb:fLilitift - Ib46 I SOO 291-5220 StiO kid $ t 1 "SHOOT TO KILL" (a) 71s 930 Scfluvday Motines 1:00 3:00 500 andeattl C11MC n n M 2 0 gZI&X7J iMZCSZI 111 260 East 100 South tel 364-3411 Ends Tuesday 5 45 7 15 9:15 THE GRAND HIGHWAY 11 00 ROCKY HORROR — Fri & Sat 10:00 HAIR Wed Only Thur Late Nite — Call or Into JUNE Litt 515 7:00 8 30 WOODY ALIEN — SEPTEMBER OPEN 8:15 RETURN 9:20 1:00 THREE 11:15 "MUM TO SNOWY RIVER PART 2" (PG) plus co-hit "THREE MEN & A eAsr (PG) it1 As) A 4 A 6213 1 i w a 262 2 1 : 1 NO 4 Jig OKCOOPt Sun "RAM50 lir (R) 1:15 3:20 5:25 7:30 9:30 "SPURN TO SNOWY PM 2" (PG) 1:00 3:00 500 7:10 9:10 "STAND AND DELIVER" (PG) 1:30 3:45 5:45 7:45 9:45 "MOONSTRUCK" (PG) 1:00 5:20 9:30 "WALL STRIP' (RI 3:00 7:15 POOMIL Tbeucbdy U-11 vm srss40" tfriettitet Keaton Pi) m leWI1U115 ISEETILEJUICE arits-raink R Richard Pryor 'FUNNY FARM®"moviNcr IP 111G um OWt ILAM&V Fol6 GAT FOR 60011 PAmetme MOMS TO 110191111 WOMAN VW 11111711' 41111'Ii I slw"14"Ir) (1C? 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ON TWO SCREENS E FEATURING SALT LAKE CITY'S FIRST NEWLY-CONSTRUCTED CINEPLEX ODE01)1 CINEMA COMPLEX SIX state-of-the-art wide-screened cinemas Dolby Stereo Sound Systems in every cinema 1110nmi film presentations Elegantly-designed contemporary interiors with marble floors Luxurious plush seating throughout Splendid original painting by artist Paul Sloggett on permanent display in the main lobby Advance ticket purchases for same day film presentations Plentiful FREE parking and REAL BUTTER served on fresh hot popcorn I' $ U t ttLY Ar' 1 Ibb 4 Ar00-01 s 1 - :AMMO PMakNd-olgM106E0 (10117°F1FE12 7"7" mmats v1 R OPENS kUNE 17th rt7rrer r t lr"07""rrrn 4 ' bi el i I i 1 r :' 1 io ( POLTERGEIST ME la " ccts"rnmc 1 OA 61 V k iiOP - t C I - t I it 41: t 1 ' ' yrd iv r' ' t 'Air& !ie if I t -d I k o °AV tow" TOM SKERRITT : NANCY ALLEN y It t) 't e OPENS JUNE 10th 11 Cineplex Odeon Holladay Center Cinemas 1945 East 4800 South Salt Lake City Utah 84117 (801) 272-97416:: 1 to 0 1 0 By Terry Orme Tribune Film Writer Cineplex Odeon Corp will open its Holladay Center Cinemas to the public Friday with a matinee screening of Tom Hanks' "Big" at 1 pm The newly-constructed movie theater complex located at 1945 E 48th South is the first of three such projects Cineplex Odeon plans to open in the Salt Lake area during the next 12 months The new complex includes six auditoriums with a combined seating of 1700 Five of the smaller auditoriums have capacities ranging from 225 to 296 seats The sixth auditorium has 407 seats and includes 70mrn projection equipment for big-screen Holladay Center Cinemas open today A t Vr"11NO IV- 'cle w presentations All feature Dolby Stereo sound systems For the benefit of hearing-impaired movie-goers SiemensSiennheiser Infrared Listening Systems have been installed in all auditoriums Hearing-impaired patrons will be loaned a headset with an antenna which picks up an infrared beam transmitting stereo sound The headset works in any seat in the house and does not need to be plugged in to a receiving jack Headsets will be available at the concession stand free of charge An unusual aspect of the new theaters is that after purchasing tickets patrons ride an escalator up to the lobby and adjacent auditoriums An elevator is provided for handicapped movie-goers and wheelchair k tak-Alt- 4-0A!‘ A k14-1x A a AL IN Not 'or 4 seating is included in all auditoriums Cineplex Odeon president Garth Drabinsky has said his company wants to bring the elegance of the old movie palaces to the new multiplexes In that vein the Holladay Center Cinemas include marble floors vibrantly colored and patterned carpet neon lighting and an art deco ambiance Even the smallest auditoriums boast relatively large screens and all are draped An original painting "Ishi's Dream" by Canadian artist Paul Sloggett was commissioned for the lobby The Holladay Center complex is the second such project Cineplex Odeon has constructed in Utah The University Mall Cinemas in Orem PitA 0 A ok 4 'IP -or vl 1 1 ore rye lot opened in December On June 29 the Toronto-based cbmpany 0 Nan fpur-screen building at the south end of the remotdeled- Trolley Square Plans have beên announced for a 10-plex at South Towne Mall 10600 South and State Steet in Sandy The South Towne complex scheduled to open in June 1989 will be the largest in Utah! With the opening of the Holladay Center Cinemas Cineplex Odeon now operates 43 screens in 14 locations in Utah Since acquiring the Plitt Theatres in 1985 Cineplex Odeon has been the largest movie exhibitor in the state It is also one of North America's largest theater circuits with over 1680screens in 500 locations in 20 states the District of Columbia and six Canadian provinces 446A -vq4-Y Y Studio buys rights to Tyler novel HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Columbia Pictures has acquired movie rights to Anne Tyler's new novel Breathing Lessons the story of a woman's persistent efforts to impose her dreaniS of love on the lives of her family: Scheduled for publication in Otto- -- ber Breathing Lessons was brought to the studio by producer Phyllis Carlyle Carlyle currently is the co-executive producer of "The Accidental Tourist" the movie version of anoth'- er novel by Tyler starring John Mal- 1 kovich armfomemeo olV 041 F r- T 1 : I Foot Mail :11:15( :771 rilir91411 I 69 128I erri7rri 7v17711r ritryst - mita - 2 i 0400tylhus 3900 SO WASATCH BLVD 272-1227 —6470i TATitTATAS MOMS ttOTI PUTS tTG-'31 30 U0 1 4S 9 TS MOON SSUCA IPT4i 30 44 8q0 L 0400 SO 572-BUCK THIN MIN ASOS A AAP FOX AND NI HOUND 1PG1 510 720k 20 IG1 5 AS 7 SO 10 144AXI bOVIO1101 Kitt CANNY OASUAt SIX IPG1 7 40 s is NAIOPPIAY IPG1 5 45 915 4100 W 5400 SO 968-7165 fox MD THI 14OUNETIGTITRIS MiN AND A MAY 710 041 IPG1 7 45 A i5 I ADULTS '3 00 - 40 W 500 SO BNIFL 298-2297 177---3117-1 J No 4 o 01(COOPt SUM "RAM50 lir (t) 1:15 3:20 5:25 7:30 9:30 "IRETURN TO SHOWY MR 2" (PO) - -- owl) op 9734 rr---3 DI Pt go wea C:) VP IMO !AIM CANDY 04141 "US 04 IFFM04104mr! 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