Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 3, 1969 · Page 116
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Movies around the Valley VALLEY THEATERS Camelback Mall: "Oliver," (G) 2, 8. ASU tO give COinedy Phoenix, Thnrs.. April 3, 1%9 Trie Ari rizona Republic Film* r«IM»a »H«r Nov. i, i*a T, tarry fhi CM* Mtlni a! the Motitft Pictur* AJioclatlen ef Amtrlct. ,(G) Suwtted for general audieneti ef ail igei. must be ouardian. M,,,: in W,, * i. un ' r J'r parent (X) No one under 18 years of ag« •omitted. PHOENIX THEATERS Bethany Cinerama: "Ben ,'"8. Chria-fown: Charly," 6:45, 10:30; "Interlude, 8:30. Cine Capri: "Romeo and Juliet," 6:50, 9:30. Continental: "Girls of Frankfurt," and "For Men Only," continuous from 12:30. Pox: "Support Your Local Sheriff," (G) 1, 4:15, 7:30, 10:40; "Yellow Submarine," (G) 2:40, 5:55, 9:05. Hayden West: "Angel in My Pocket," (G) 3:05, 7:05, 10:55; "Hellfighters," (G) 1, 4:55, 8:50. Palms: "Funny Girl," (G) 2; 8. Paris; Adult movies continuous from noon. Sombrero: "The Bible,". 8:15. Tower Plaza: "Horse With a Gray FJIannel Suit," 1, 3:20, 5:40, 8, 10:20; "Winnie, the Pooh," 2:55, 5:15, 7:35, 9:55. Vista: "Three in the Attic," (R) 7, 10:30; "Wild in the Streets," 8:40. DRIVE-IN THEATERS Acres: "Witchmaker," 7:15, 10:45; "Sorcerers," 9:15. Has Rise," (G) 7:15, 10:50; "Horror Hotel," 9:15. Oasis: "Charlie, Lonesome Cougar," 7:15,11; "High, Wild and Free," 9:15. Peso: "Fablo y Carolina," 7:15, 10:55; "Et Ovende y yo," 9:25. "Doctor Dolittle," 1:45, 5:05, 8:25. TONIGHT at 8:15 TI-E OlOlt NO SEATS Jnjkt Beginning RESERVED AVA GARDNER PETER OTOOLT. GKOHGt-: C.SCOTT MU'IlAliLPARKS PWIGHT HARKIf tow«rpl*m«thei ,e»tre MODUCTIONS PLUS Winnie -<» all-rariooH Imlurrtlv Open Daily 1P.M. Ph. 271-7711 _ Sky: "Man Who Finally Died"," 7:29; "No Way to Treat a Lady," 9:27; "Horror Castle," 11:25. Cinema Park: "Three in the Attic," (R) 7:15, 10:50; "Wild in the Streets, 9:15. Indian: "Mission Batagas," 7:15, 10:52; "Femmina," 9:15. Mustang: "Sound of Horror," 7:37; "Taste of Blood," 9:27; "Teenage Stranger," 10:57. Northern: "Goes With the Wind," 8. NOW, CAMELBACK MALL . TODAY THROUOH MONDAY SHOWS it 2 48 P.M. |ll «t>» l ,, '' ACADEMY NOMINATED FOR '».. Including BEST PICTURE!..* ***••. •••** I cauMeiA rciusis nM i n WJLK rrauctCT LIONEL BART'S I JOHN WOOIF CAROL REED ALL SEATS NOW, . "v IDOOHS J OKN ?U' t en . n -.^t . o*.» rrrif |2:00 LOEWS—EAST WINNER OF ACADEMY AWARDS A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS 7 r/ 5 — BOTH IN TECHNICOLOR — _ Ot9:15 RICHARD BURTON ELIZABETH TAYLOR OF THE SURE* Read Republic Sports SHOWS 12:10-4:30 I 1:30 ClARKGABLE t iVMKXIJM! *'**J NOW, Dine Leisurely^ amid thoroughly cordial surroundings. • Interesting menu. Continuous entertainment. - SMUGGLERS 3050 N. Central Ave., Park Central Shopping Center ^ PHONE: 264-0869 tl/l enu, SERVED FROM NOON RELISHES Celery Hearts, Olives, Radishes, Sea 11 ions, Carrots SOUP Chicken Gumbo SALAD Waldorf Whipped Cream or Tossed Green Choice of Dressing (Imp. Rog. 50c) ROAST YOUNG TURKEY Savory Dressing, Giblet Gravy, Cranberry Sauce BAKED SUGAR CURED HAM, a la Orange ROAST LEG OF SPRING LAMB, Mint Jelly CHARCOAL BROILED PETIT FILET MIGNON POTATO Candied Yams or Fluffy Whipped VEGETABLE Pearl Onions, Peas Brussells Sprouts au Beurre DESSERT Strawberry Short Cake Hot Apple Pie, Lemon Sauct Ice Cream or Sherbet BEVERAGE Coffee or Tea COMPUTE DINNER 3.95-CHILDREN UNDER 12 $2.25 Joe Hunt's RESTAURANT 4510 North Scottsdale Rd. do Scottsdale Fashion Square) For Reservations •: "Bullitt, 6:55,11:38, "Harper," 9:30. Rodeo: "Man Who Finally Died," 7:29; "No Way to Treat a Lady," 9:27; "Horror Castle," 11:25. Round-Up: "Angel in My Pocket," (G) 7:10i 10:35, "Shenandoah," 9. Silver Dollar: "Charro," 7:20, 11; "More Dead Than Alive," (M) 9:20. Thunderbird: "Swiss Family Robinson," 7:30; "Happiest Millionaire," 9:45. Kachina Cinerama: "Shoes of the Fisherman," (G) 8. KiVa: "Finders Keepers, Lovers Weepers," (X) 7:30, 9. Mesa: "Swiss Family Robinson," 6, 9:50; "Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar," 8:30. \.D.," (X) •SOMETHING NEW- 7 th THEATRE RESTAURANT Thurs., Fr!., Sat. 1:30 p.m. Sun. 8:00 ii Elegant Dinint-Dineini-Cooktilli 2nd Anniversary SPECIAL MOW,., SAVE $1 On reauiar dinner pricti with our Stait Show. Coupon food on Thurs. and Sun. only during April '6? RESERVATIONS 273-1344 3437 E. McDowell Rd. Greatest Entertainment in Town Valley Art: "Man for All Seasons," 7:15; "Taming of the Shrew," 9:15. NO ONE UNDER 18 ADMITTED w« «fc Finders Keepers 7i30 8:00 le^g-oeea is E. Main I llCOTTlDUel EASTER VACATION VISIT THE American Heritage WAX WORLD Bring the entire family Daily 9:30-9:30 98 W. STETSON DR. SCOTTSDALE An all-student cast will be featured in the production by Arizona State University Players of Sheridan's "The School for Scandal," comedy ol manners that satirizes the calculated hypocrisy of 18th century English society. Dr. James Yeater is directing the play which will be staged at the Lyceum Theatre, April 10-13, 18-20, and 25-27. Curtain time is 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Sundays, and 8:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Tickets are on sale at the Lyceum box office. Included in the cast are Brant Bates as Sir Peter Tea- zle, John Schile as Sir Oliver Surface, Phil Manson as Sir Harry Bumper, Ave as Sir Benjamin Backbite, Clyde Rohrig as Joseph Surface, and Michael Hood as Charles Surface. DOLAN ELLIS PEPPER MILL COCKTAIL LOUNOB Scottsdale & Indian School Kit. DANCE THURS.-SAT. NITES Odd Fellows Building GILBERT TAYLOR MGR. MARLIN McLAWS ORCHESTRA 31 North 3rd Ave. SPECTATORS tait»uck»y»at Ufh Str»»t HORROR CASTLE (WHIM THI f UOOD riOWl) iDrlvt.lh Th«Btr«l Late IShow Frl.| & Sat. Open «:« — Start 7:15 BIG SKY 4111 W«»t Indian School M, SHOCK UPON SHOCK! TERROR UPON TERROR! 3MB >"'** gfr #1 » INT«NATJON*t CHf R 12 RESTAURANTS Now Presenting BOB and TIA International Skatint Stan %&m$. Tues. & Thurs. 12-12:30 P.M. LIVE ON STAGE! • PHONE 254*6401 TONIGHT AT 8:30 P.M. EVES. Tues. to Sat. 1:30, Sun. Eve. 7:30 P.M. Mats. Sat. » Sun. 2:30 P.M. SEATS ON SALE 10 A.M. Tickets on Silt it Roitniwili's, Scottiddttiih- ionltuin. I OltndiliTnvcl Service 1411 W. QlindiltAvt, EVES,TUES,,THURS. * SUN. SMMI.M-S4,M-SMO FRI. t SAT. EVES. MATS. SAT. 1 SUN. $MO-S1.II.M.IO-H,II $>.OO.fl,0|.M,00-$l.(l If ordering by Moil, P!«o«» Entloie Stamped Return Envelop* All Children Under 14 yrs. of •!• will be admitted for $1.00 when i accompanied by adult. Present This Coupon at Palace West Box { Office. This Offer Good At All Performances Except Sat. Eves. 8:30 mm CAPRI E. CAMELBACK ol 14tK Street Phon« 956-1900 ARIZONA ahc THEATRES ,6:45 9.30 Continuous .From 12:30 To Those Who Were Sentenced In 2069 A.IK came themoxtBIZARRK tortures ever devised! Plus IN COLOR FRISCO SHORTS NO ADMITTANCE UNDER 18 YRS. »XTTHfATREGUILD« Olll 46-P E.aaa,iri. ISCOTTSDALE 42 E. WASHINGTON -PH. 1IM27I CONTINUOUS FROM 12:11 GIRLS OF FRANKFURT" ADULTS ONLY PLUS "FOR MEN ONLY" Color ©FOX NATIONAL GENERAL CORPORATION WEST COASTTHEATRES ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE- BEST ACTOR CLIFF ROBERTSON CLAIRE BLOOM TECHNICOLOR TECHNISCOPE CHRIS-TOWN 5707 N. 19th Ave. / m??mm I ixeiutivi! NOW PLAYINO COLOR CO-HIT "INTERLUDE" Washington at First St. 254-4114 UnilidArlisU VISU 21$No.Centnl«w. 252-7466 UY'i llttT.IVANIVMM CHRISTOPHER JONES in "WILD IN THE STREETS" EXCLUSIVE SHOWING GIENDAIE | THUNOERBIRO DRIVE-IN 59th AM. pff Cjmilbjck 939-5222 WALTWSNEY'S CO-HIT inn •PIN7>«« ON( COMPLETE SHOW CHIlORiN'fMICI THIJAHIUCTIOKMc WALT "THE HAPPIEST MILLIONAIRE" FRED MACMURRAY =^ ACADEMY AWARD I** NOMINATIONS 35 including =-n BEST PICTURE IROMEO lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' PALMS IN.CENTRALATVIRGINIAI MATINEES DAILY THRUMON. I TODAY 2 & 8 P.M. | BARBRA STREISAND = OMAR SHARIF |INDIAN DHIVE-IN 27lh AVE at INDIAN SCHOOL 274-8510 OPEN 6:30 ALL COLOR WORLD PREMIEREI VERA MILES IN PERSON FRI. "MISSION BATANOAS" and"FIMMINA" IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII v •'.• ^^ (in i w. 1 ' "< v * i nvuu'^ i »jii l^iiNMir I^GSMU I Q ACADEMY AWARD 1 O NOMINATIONS = BEST PICTURE! = BEST ACTRESS! = RESERVATIONS: 264-6141 nllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll iWJrasrr JC/CF M. tnt M OST r oa -, Hf DRIVE-INS* SHOW STARTS AT 7:15 Contrary to advertising beyond our control ... young people under 18 (not 16) will not be admitted to this theatre unless accompanied by parent or adult guardian.... THIS PROGRAM ONLY Paxton Quigley's problem was PLUS: SHELLEY WINTERS "WILD IN the STREETS" Color SPECTACULAR LOVE STORY THAT THRILLED MILLIONS! DAVID O.SFl'NICKS / V.V...A.V ••• • -.- ; ,GONE WITH THE WIND ON NIGHTLY AT 8:00 P.M. WAS DEATH 3 ONLY THE STARRING J ALVY MOORE! ALL COLOR PLUS Sorcerers" MOVED OVER! different kind of man National CeneialPdre,,. ^L" ELVIS COLOR PRESLEY CHARRO! OOLOH CB-HIT . VINCENT PRICE "MORE DEAD CLINT WALKER THAN ALIVE" |NOW! •DRACULA *RI8L FROM THE N^v PLUS +** SUSPENSE THRILLS "HORROR HOTEL" "PABLO Y CAROLINA"! color fOWER PLAZA MALL Eo«t Thome! of 38th St. Want Ads Bring Action CHANDLER OPENED SAT. ft SUN. ONLY MUSTANG DRIVE-IN 11.50 P6ft CAR "SOUND Of HOftftOft" "TASTE Of ftLOOO" "TEENAGE STRANGLE*" NOMINATED FOA 7 ACADEMY AWARDS INCLUDING BEST PICTURE BEST ACTOR. BEST ACtftESS JCH'fM ( IfVM ,.. *•. IVCOf M»M<V HIM P6T€RO'TOOL6 KATHARIN6 HEPBURN iMMTINPOll TH6 LION IN WINT6R TONIGHT AT 8:00 P.M. CCNTIIRI", THOMAS MALL - AM Scots Reserved Box Of lie* OM« Dally 11 NMn. SPECIAL EASTERTIME MATINEES FRIDAY Through TUESDAY! JERRY VALE AND NORM CROSBY Apr. 10, 11 & 12 Thurs., Fri. & Sat. Sat. Matinee Saturday Matinee 2:30 p.m v evenings 8:30 p.m. Box office open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Except Sun.) Open until 10 p.m. on Show Nights Buster Bonoff's Phoenix Star Theatre 3148 E. Van Buren, Drawer M Phone 273-1351 YVONNE DE CARLO "Hello Dolly" Apr. 15 - 20 Tues. thru Sun. Sat. & Sun. Matinee ALL DRIVE-INS OPEN 6:15 11 ACADEMY AWARDS mcW/n|"BEST PICTURE"! MKTHU-COI.DWVN-MAYKH WILLIAM IN 7Omm WIDE SCREEN • STEREOPHONIC SOUND • METROCOLOR TONIGHT PERFORMANCE 8 P.M. ALL SEATS RESERVED MATINEES AT 2 P.M. DAILY TOMORROW Thru Tues. APR. 8th PHONE RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED Theatre 2324 W. Bethany Home Rd. Ph. 264-6708 ALL SEATS RESERVED Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer presents TONIGHT AT 8 P.M a George England production Matinees at 2 p.m. Wed., Sal. t Sun. lEsiterMon., April 1th ANTHONY QUINN OSKAR WERNER * . DAVID JANSSEN * 70MM Metrocolor [c] E's AN EX-MARINE TURNED PREACHER A WACKY AND WONDERFUL ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! scomoAU ROUND-UP DRIVE-IN 6599 E, Thomas Rd. | WH 5-5441 WESTERN ACTION CO-HIT A UNIVERSAL PICTURE • TECHNICOLOR' JAMES STEWART SHENANDOAH TECHNICOLOR WALT DISNEY TECHNICOLOR PtVi MESA THEATRE lOZS.Micdonilii W04-629S OPEN WALT 5:45 DISNEY'S I OPEN 12:4$ GLEN THEATRE 7028 N. 57lh Df HEX CARTOON FEATURETTE "MICKEY MOUSE'S •IHTHQAV" C»l«r $1,50 PER CARLOAD PIONEER DRIVE-IN V<04"166'j TECHN/COLOR W|E«! - IHUf — PAUL NEWMAN AS HARPIB It turn* emuo WM.TM9NfY T6CHNIOOWI oouttor *"**V — PikVi—»i Trutkif* "HVoM^W ANOFRH" i • Color»........ r n 5

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