The Charlotte Observer from Charlotte, North Carolina on July 16, 1977 · 14
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2B THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER So Long Trs ' Dv ALLEN OREN I Observer Staff Writer : The question you want to ask Gene Barry is the one you'd ask any star doing dinner theater Why? But with him it's especially appro priate For the past 15 years Barry has been at the top of TV In the early 1960s he was the clean-cut cowboy Bat Masterson Later he was sleuth-lover Amos Burke In the 1970s his Glenn How- ard headed "Name of the Game" Now he's playing at Pineville Din- ner Theatre in "Hot Shot" a play hoping for Broadway But why is Barry hoping for Broadway? He sat in a Charlotte Park Terrace apartment answering that question ashe did most others: Articulately but round-about The question would bring him round to his whole career "Why don't I do TV?" he echoed "Because I'm sick of it It's like I love chocolate malteds but give me too many and it gets me nauseous" Ile talked intensely in a throaty voice When he wasn't on the edge of his seat he was off it gesturing "It was one role over and over" he said "That Bat-Amos-Glenn role Elegance dressed up Suit roles with just different situations I knew I had it when a lady came up and said "Mr Barry that last program — whcre'd you get the blazer?" it Review IMMEMPOP 'Hot Shot': Entertaining And Funny HOT SHOT with Gene Barry written and di rected by Don Appe II at the Pineville Dinner Theatre "Hot Shot" is a play its producers hope will make Broadway It might very well — it's inventive and funny enough But in present form it will be no hot shot The story is innovative especially rare in comedy It examines the old question "When is a person's price right?" But it examines it through a unique crime and punishment A man is shot and a young woman falsely accused All agree — defendant lawyer police her lover —' that she's innocent But all are convinced her best tactic is to plead guilt y She does and throws herself on the mercy of the mass media They portray her as the fair maid fighting lechery And all seems secure — until the real murderer intervenes The question is not whether justice will triumph but what justice is And asked in a comedy — unusual It's not art uproarious comedy As many musicals leave you with no songs to whistle this comedy leaves you with no standout lines But it's pleasant fun and well-played 'Life With Father' At CPCC Is Artful ' LIFE WITH FATHER With Cy Triplett Peggy irons directed by Roland Reed at Central Pied anent Community College Summer Theater : "Life With Father" has been going vn for some time It started 35 years ago and continlied through 3213 New York performinces Then it took to the road :Ivrth pine touring companies Lt's little more than an 1880s home diary a warm affectionate detailing blihe Day family Father is stiff but 3vell-intentioned Mother is loose to the point of disorder One son's old knough for love another for odd Jobs two for mischief What plot there is involves Faiher's baptism A confirmed anticlerhe faces a wife who's devout and ier shame at his nonbaptism In the tpd he succumbs to both Mother and Mother Church it's a diary like many that gets -tedious It suffers like many from :over-detail and lack of movement In 41(gattical terms Act One and Act Two lead Try slowly to Act Three ' But if such fare is to your taste :Central Piedmont Summer Theater :serves it up sumptuously Most stylish are the sets and cosAumes designed by husband-wife learn Charles Caldwell and B -wyn Jones Caidwell's Day mansion isexquisitely appointed and ingeni'ou'sly constructed on three levels lones's costumes are as richly au' thentic and as delightful to the eye : 'Almost as stylish is the acting es pecially Mother and Father Cy Trip-with bass voice and polished presence shows just the right starch I and yet softness as Father Peggy Irons also a veteran of Charlotte theater is sweetly scatterbrained as v his wife Roland Reed has directed the disP play with attention to detail In additio'n lo set and costume detail the manners of the actors and music betWeen acts are finely fit to period NOW Playing ASTOR — X Riled Movies r'rorn 1045 A m CAPRI 1 — "Harem Goes io Mn Coo" 2 4 6 11 Q (Cp1 CAPRI 11 "rmai Chapter WAiking 1611" T55 50 545 145 945 (R1 CAROLINA — "The ceeales1" 115 6 45 10 IS IP()) "Lel Ihe Good Times 130 5 130 IPC1 CHARLOTTETOWN 1— "Rolla' Coaster" 11S 340 545 a 10 15 ir() CHARLOTTETOWN 11 — "Sler Wert" 1 315 510 Is 10 (pro CHAROTTETOWN III — "Rocky" 130 345 6 81a 10 )0 (PG) ' CLIMAX 11 — l'Oriontal Treatment" (X) PILd 5adnd 1Pattre (X) FrOm TO a rM DILWQRTH — 'Cr Wash" 110 4 5i a 15 )FIC) ' omoo Load and Ihe Travailal All 511r6" 115 610 9 4) EASIL AND MALL 1 — "Sorcerer " 1 110 S 2g I Ad lo (Pt Junk Pilots barklay " Wands EASTLAND MALL II — "SmdkaY and Ina Ban nII" 2 I a 5 b II 0 IS 10 IS (r6) "On Any ' SlfrndaY " MAnila (22) I ASTLAND III — "Orta Ina KOOK WeAle" 110 r 1 it) S JO 130 930 MO) ' HAtoid and Maiidd" FREEDOM MALL I NC Chiloter S1inlitog too 9 15 011 FREEDOM MALL 11 — "Tha Ladle has Liod et' 4 so to FREEDOM MALL III — by ttenih" 6 in Is MANOR oomr civ tiolt411 IC 191 PARK TERRACE '-A A01 1-9) L at" 1 I 9 PARK Tr-RPM:9 t'Or 191t I Otol : JO 915 (r Sat July 16 1977 Mr Elegance Gene Barry In 1 ' 7:1 'xr(ty'': IA: :o'—4-:ti4 ' : k -i f tot-N:k) ' ff' 1- : 00- kx4 t tNprz (114 - ::4 l'i V' 11 : 4 - l': 1 a e0 - if1-A ' a: ' 11 '' ' - ' 31110 t 1- :'f ' I' : : It r ::!' :'::'''' JO w 4:':::: ::1 k-v0 - :47 --: :-: 1-4:4 ' :':ii:) (4 Ve: :''5 :? 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Barry 'Hot' in Charlotte N Now he wore a casual blue shirt t the pants were jeans but pedigree "I was trapped by elegance" he went on "It wasn't me As a kid maybe I made the rounds in nice clothes And maybe it was part of my fantasies But for 20 years you Or Gene Barry And Gene Barry the star of this Pineville "star package" plays his corrupter role well Though his throaty voice is indistinct at the start his acting is up to expected standard and A Review Staging is sure if somewhat slow-paced It's a very authentic "Life With Father" and a very artful one All you must decide is how much Father's life concerns you — Allen Oren Italy Considers Aid W To Movie Industry Associated Press ROME — The government is considering investing $275 million in the hard-pressed Italian movie industry Dario Antoniozzi minister for tourism and entertainment told a cabinet meeting income from movie receipts was down 14 per cent last year when compared with 1975 and the number of moviegoers 592 million in 1975 was off 115 per cent In the first four months of this year movie attendance and box-office receipts were off about 20 per cent he said Ad ertising Billboards Banned On llaine Roads Associated Press AUGUSTA Maine — A bill to remove roadside advertising billboards in Maine during the next six years has been signed Into law by Gov James Langley Longley who proposed the billboard ban praised legislators for resoundingly answering his question of "Who owns Maine?" by enacting the law lie said the law proved "the people own Maine" The proposal will eliminate about 3000 roadside signs in Maine PLALA PUSSYCA r — "Coolesson of Lima Lovelace " (Xi Rndevou wlI Anne" (XI From In 4 rn REGENCY I "Exorcisl II The Heretic" 3 510 in 10 (PI REGENCY II — "Oullaw Blues" 3)0 530 730 910 IPC1 SOUTHPARK I "Herbe Goes 10 Monte Carlo" 2 IsS S 4S 71S 9 25 (r) SOUTHPARK II — "New York New York" 2 4 40 1 10 10 IS (PC) TRYON MALL I — "The Soy Who Loved Me" 2 30 4'Ss NO 950 MO) TRYON MALL II — The Deco" 230 5 730 945 (Pro 1 VILLAGE — "For the Lew 01 Beriii" 2 4 8 8 0 fG) VISULITE — "Smokey end the &milt " 7 30 4 IS 6 14 9J0 (PC 'votunteor Jam" 1)30 IPOL tmoit 114'4 FOX — X rAloel mown Irnm QUEEN— "who'191 Mouroch" "Plot Pink Cpvtor Cowv " (P6t SOUTH 29— ”r omessmos 01 InvnlAtO n1n'' 014 (XI THUNDEREIRD-- "Smokes AIM thP Bandit" 9 11 (134) VIKING I - "WhiSieY Mounttile "Counit y hjr " 'PO) VIKING II - ''''rnroune ood Baodl" ''Mv Name is Nobody' 9 (PG) AI( PS CPCC PEASE AUDITORIUM - woh I a Itr " 4 IS 7 RI t40rn MINT HILL- the Om cot" ro e 0 1 PINT" v1LLL DINNER— 'Hut 41101" liutitt 64J I'lav I JO : 't ' 1:: ::: :!! 440 ' - : ::::: :: 404": :: r” : :: 4 : ::-: 1 A :::: 0 4 ::::::::::::::00::: " :": g't4'':- ' 0500— :i:::: :i: :131 :e ::: -: I::: - " 1: ::t46) 1: : :: :::: ::::::::::::::: il-t::: :: : ': ::: t::' 1 '''':::: 0 i :::::::: :: : :::::::: : :::::::::: : A - I ' : 441 : " ' :' — 0::::: : :i: ::: : :tit y life : A ?i ' I :' ''' 4 3 :::4-1: ::: :4A' opttlaif 4' : : : : Nig::' - 41'&iwit!wr '' : :'11 "'' k Y Pk '' le z ::::A ea4 - ''!"' - f:: t : 44 1$ I - : : :::: : HY ' : : :44' or 1 vst- )r :: : Pdtiiiits '!"- - s)1ift: — :':::)-4 : ' ' - 4:' ::::'s::t' t :ttf 0 '"- :' '21 k t : 6 i 6 e t bff "'':: e!' e I 1' 144 -twtvo ':7 - New Role On live the lies of a PR man" Ile wasn't inelegant in person The same rugged good looks Confidence but concern with what others thought of him "Everyone mixes you up" he continued 'In three weeks crowds were calling me "Bat Bat" The Manchester Guardian said 'We want to do a profile on you and started 'What's it like to be a rich detective Mr Burke?" How did the image start? "It was like Chaplain started" he answered and 'got up to mime "Here he is an extra and they say 'Go to the wardrobe and get a costume He walks in (walks in) picks a hat (picks it) a shabby jacket (picks it) and looks in the mirror "The costume made the character — and that's what happened with Bat "The vest and cane and I knew what I had to be" And getting to Masterson? In the 1950s he was in 25 films the best-known being Gable's "Soldier of Fortune" He had the crucial trait to switch to TV — "personalness friendliness that makes people want you in their living room" lie moves to the seat-edge "But people don't realize I started on Broadway 15 years I loved it I worked a lot I didn't work a lot Joy' Ale Connochte his comedic takes well taken Supporting performances are fully supportive Joy McConnochie as the not-quite-guilty party is enchantingly innocent David Coxwell as a not y innocent David Coxwell as a not- — mien uren 1 OPEN 8:00 TWO BIG SHOW: EA1C1H NIGHT loirfliaillt-Tillii2 EXCLUSIVE ocilhtinderbii-d1 wo Orhitrktn Theatre e J5ig eil 7 - -- t 4500 NORTH TRYON ST 2:30-4:55-7:30-9:50 5448 NORTH TRYON ST elk - t -1 ----- -"t - It's the BIGGEST It's the BEST It's BOND - 4 cztci L And BEIFO-N-D f '''' ' '"''''' 6 -":2! i ' -1 lolf 4(7 tks t i t 7"0011 P s 4 : LI 1 WILD & 'L‘-:04 1: '7'r'' I X - lic '-04r ' 44 '- :Lr57 erNs ?-? & '"gi'f'' ':lY' - ":- '4 er xf T xx 1:0iio0' DAR- 'Imil112:r'"4' I ''' 1'' ' iK1: ss:3c t 1 : ' ING ACTION WILL '-i"'''':::':i '::':W"''' 4:y :' A HAVE YOU ON r: r::'11 '1Pilttx--: r4:: Lir--1 2F Eii:::'-?1:: -:::!i::V::c I t: ' 4: '' io!:::: :::::'''''':' VI ' ' tt 47 Al ' 'k'-' j t 7" 1040' 7pt-rt4 f414614 ESDEAGTE OF CAR qi:ii ::::-:::::k ' t " i' : : : ::::'' T: ::r: ' - 71 ' "1 "4eC''4 '''''' ilitrr1::1 isl!Burt Reynolds 41 - ' ' - eist6 — Bandit" -) E -"'''lrit5r20' 0 Jr Stnokey AN!IME li -ity14 fit 44 or ' ' :6 11'' 'it 7'' : i it: TPVA00' P61 Sally Field Jerry Reed Jackie Gleason 144-iit 4 — 0 v -1- - tNii‘ 440 4 di 4-1""---"N r - -- --lr ‘ V( A V t 4 ::ri::' j 60 6''A 1-4k: z?::f © PPUA R-1 1 1K FT I 17 r 0°0E0°18 IN Z SE HX OC I Ai i vt SS IAVTE 2E :N0G0A 5G:4E Ms E9N: oT 0! SORRY NO PASSES THIS ATTRACTION! ! :04 st : -11 -:s1( j :l t : eIt t!:: I st ' c' f o BROCCOLI prese ' : : 'Fit' I 4t---q f: 0-4 kt4- 'i'''' -v- k 1 1 JELn!AESERIS 'nts v ' k'sNk -irN N 41'''''' ' ()GER mooRE ' 0 kse" k :- k'4 ht IAN FLEMING'S 144 vi k k : I 41' 0 " s as ' b mEsTimND007 COMINOSOON I 1 v p A t 1 1-e' hmiIT :p 4 s nTill PY mrES jt W Twoors SMASH HS Of "MotAITHIII" A "TR ' IAD NIWS IIAIS to '' t ' 041 ' IIIAKING TRAINING" juil '‘ 'T'A — j 1 itiscpli E lxvi li c VED !Pamommvaito 11 i 1 RI1X I I a 4 r 1(g) 1 47 kit 7 - EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENT i - tatothttti OTIVIIIIMIIII la LIM4Shiej40 itktiat L– 4500 NORTH TRYON ST SORRY NO PASSES --e-AzElLz-t- 7 -i4 - -- :014 v - 1:4- 2:30-4:50-7:10-9:30 PGPARENIAL GUIOANCE SUGGEST° '' 't ofIlkom00000r-omoono sok:1777txr04r4-4-'":Pkh!' kk st7Y'-' ge"611111malmialM11111MillalaW111"4- :' ' 'n'm' ' ' ' ' ' '4''''''‘'' '' ' '' ' ' ' r '''''-11ftl'---''- FOR TIIE WHOLE FAMILY ©?PoniErrIlEMtal2 - L: PARK RO AT WOODLAWN 4 11 ' ye : : r0' r -' - i ' '$ : :' :)': '' ' - - -r ' ' f F t(ii '' Don't forgot Th ACE 4 '- ' k 16 Summar Kiddie Shows at ' ''T'' $ -' : j-1) i':1 ' -v - ! 1ThroyronormkaTiol rTrhoecootoronsd i c 11It )1 t s 4 1) 1 : : i ts : - ' q!' ' T' " ) - i : 2:15-4:00-5:45 ri ht 1 roit ' :ti 41 -' 1 A r tV '7 i V 0 r t P ' '''1' ''')'Wi ' 416444 Ip d t ' ' ' 44' ‘ 444 I ' ' ' ' 44 730-945 fp il oe :4 i -1 - 1214) ' film r4 - : 4 '"--!!!' t? :' ' ' r ' ' ' g'74 ' t 11 r' i t k ' 4 "N tht It ' d Y ' S et ' 11 - g 'Two years ago I said t i-" ti :' rg i r::''' 1 - '''':A -'' i ' - ' - Benji was the most - ''6' '44 4 T- ' 4 ? '''' e' 4- t o -' - !"ti J1!7 q -' k - - ' ''''- -0 r itt f N 1 ' ' ' 5 Y - ' '--- ' 1 k entertaining family -" ) ott-- k '6 I "-t' - ' 1 of V4 ' 11 4 Is IT y : 1 : 1 4 picture of our time : 1471: I 4 ' ' 4i14 1 - 44 A 'hsi 99 fr I w a s w r o n g 1 st) i 441-41141 z 1 i7 ' 1 '4'4 - ': : '-74-1 -' This one G A I I let7E I) i ' ' :--4i 'v:': 6 r ' : f '4 --' ''7 S ste is betters" -73 - ----- - 1 I11J'o l ' "'""'t - '' !m r t 110J iint IA "gd'A family ' 44-441x1' z'f- ''rft--r tr ' A I 4 c ‘ --- by Joe CamLawartio kausesnow - 41 A rion—s-N-—--v1A0 yivái miIu! 4500 NORTH TRYON ST : SIMMIIMMIll fmaii L1-1 4500 NORTH TRYON ST Charlotte Stage One year I opened in New Haven four times — with flops" His debut on Broadway was the long-running "Rosalinda" Then he played in 15 shows 75 stock productions and occasional cabaret acts "I was looking to get back to theater all the TV years I was looking for a script each day But you have commitments Or people think you do" Why not give up TV for theater then? "Why go into film in the first place?" he says "You want to be a movie star And that's where the money is I was making half-a-million a year working 90 days for 'Burke's Law" And now? "Now maybe I'm at another point" said Barry 56 "Maybe have enough money Maybe I can go for quality instead Maybe I've been the toast of the world in TV but I ve never been the toast of Broadway" He was subdued seemingly sincere "You don't win Oscars and Emmys for elegance You don't get them when it looks easy You're better off being vulnerable" A pause "You know I'd like to make it to Broadway It's like completing the circle" quite-innocent cop is easefully engaging Adair Jameson who recently stepped into her role needs a few more steps for security Don Appel' widely experienced in TV and theater directs the play skillfully He makes up in gesture what the script lacks in verbal gems He fully accomodates a theater-inthe-round audience with balanced play to all sides Both Barry and Appell are at their best after-curtain Barry takes time to chat — charmingly — about his past Appell talks of the future of "Hot Shot" which may be viewed by New York producers while here They explain it's unusual to try out in Southern dinner theater They say though that Southern audiences are now similar to Northeastern audiences And the Pineville management adds dinner theater is replacing stock and touring companies for tryouts If so excellent "Hot Shot" in play and performance is a welcome piece of professionalism — Allen Oren EXCLUSIVE 2:30-4:55-7:30-9:50 COtilMiSOON Two mere SMASH HITS this summer "MotAITHLII" A "TR IAD NIWS HANS 'MAKING TRAINING' I EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENT SORRY NO PASSES 2:304:507:10-9:30 "WHISKEY MOUNTAIN" AND 1 1 11 1 imam "THE PINK 113 I "1" GARTER GANG" ' QUeeDl SILL SIMMONS' 1: int till Bitintr 0hratrt ' Lbiainwt Yt17111(R:h:10tHtewyti NC) NEIL SIMON'S "THE ODD COUPLE" FOR RESERVATIONS CALL: 545-5725 4 0714 s iro:1111 700 9:15 SAT & SUN 4:30 7:00 9:15 ALL NEW! 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' : ?N?' 3 :k"t '' 11 mt ': Y 3 t le-WILD & DAR- - - ' r ''''' - ''" ING ACTION WILL A l!ttellgVit"'tr" Az 4 J 44 1 vikeo I HAVE YOU ON i 44 4ar li Ai EDGE OF CAR i r064 4 A4111A6 SEAT e " w 9 "' ':1111:r 1 IV Burt Reynolds 4 ' 14t' 4 47517711 r"SmokeyANO ISE Bandit" 1 ft'slk-'004- pGSally Field Jerry Reed Jackie Gleason I -MOM 81 EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENT! ARK RD AT WOODLAWN" SHOWS AT 2:005:459:00 SORIZT NO PASSES THIS ATTRACTION! A 1A140°!4:4 I PARK RD AT WOODLAWN FOR PARK NO AT WOODLAWN -------- - Don't forget The ACE Summer Kiddie Shows at the Park Terrace and Tryon Mall Theatres 2:15-4:00-5:45 730-9:45 'Two years ago I said kBenji was the most r entertaining family 14:s picture of our time al 4 I was wrong --- This one is betters" 1 t 110j ow MU a PARK-IN& MANNAPOLIm Now - Robert Shaw & Bruce Dern in the super suspense thriller: "Black Sunday" - R Late Show Tonight Psycho on wheels!! "Taxi Driver" - R Now - 2 X Hits! "Odyssey" & "Vixens of Kting Fu" - X Late Show Tonight! "Kinky Ladies Of Bourbon SI X 1DENTEM MONROE dmim ACENTERb ALIRMARLEIng Now Jackie Gleason is "Smoke & The Bandit" is Burl Rev-folds - PG corning: Linda Blair "Exorcist H - The Heretic - R Now Winner of 3 Oscars including Best Picture Of The Year! "Rocky" - PG Coming: Man the Left- Boats! Walt Disney's 'The Boatniks" - G ACENTURYA IILINC0111TONNI DTARLITa 111COLNIONm Now Winner of 3 Oscars including Best Picture Of The Year! "Rocky" PG Coming: Linda Blair "Exorcist 11- The Heretic" - R Now - Cheer for Big Buford in his final story! Bo Swenson "Final Chapter - Walking Tall" R Coming: Joan Collins in H G Wells' "Empire Of The Ants" LPG 1741715 A WEEKDAYS 7:00 9:10 SAT & SUN 4:507:00 9:10 Ttl j ALDED A Columbia Pni RelNil 'PG' — - 1 WEEKDAYS al II 3 SAT & SUN 15 9(4 - 5:30 7:15 900 II murder Beat1 FEN :"gk ME 1111111011P4r Ilia 155350545745945 RiorAmvs OF eti! tang 0716 - 4 - 6 - 8 - 1 TWO BIG SHOWS EACH NIGHT 900-1100 MINIMIEW11111111111111E! !4IV: TOO FAR 11IPARENI‘Al GUIOANCE SUGGESTIO THE WHOLE FAMILY Jig mit IA family film Fj Joe Camp POIMENIUMMOSIMPIPIlmommommot T lip Asumgatinatiatiommrld LCINIPIAjh CONCmA N 111inall 2 INEMOIMMEMONNEENI CAKtikNit 1111111111111111 ADULTS 150 1145 CHILDREN il00 A 283 colamadngdmilmm Zla 3 !by 11

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