Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 3, 1969 · Page 118
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Movies around the Valley VALLEY THEATERS Camelback Mall: "Oliver," (G) 2, 8. ASU Players to give comedy phoeni *'_?"*•' A P rfl g - m9 The AI- \t*m Republicjl Pilrnt rtMMM atttr Nov. 1, 1«I ttrry tM CwM ftitint of th* Motion Victor* AMoeMflon of America. (0) SoNMtMl for ftmrit wf All aflftS. Thomas Mall: "Lion in Winter," 8. Tower Plaza: "Horse With •udiencM a Gray Flannel Suit," 1, 3:20, Nu-View: "Dacula Has Ris- Glen: "Mickey Mouse en fromlhe Grave!" (VIM, »^? ay l 6 ^" ,1'} : S' ^ 10:50; "Horror Hotel," 9:15. I 1 £ ctor Dohttle > 1:45 ' 5:05 ' Oasis: "Charlie, Lonesome 8:25. ,. 5:40, 8, 10:20; "Winnie, the Cougar," 7:15,11; "High, Wild th "S"T ft J? Pooh," 2:55, 5:15, 7:35, 9:55. and Free," 9:15. the Wind ' 2 > 8 - Hayden East: "Gone With (pircntirTntcritleiTlidviiM): (*) fcwtrtettd. Ptrtwt onttr usf M teeempfniM by parent «* - -" -«- a.tf'ssr^ar'n: i££:&£&£?z" ^*—™;'f 063 PHOENIX THEATERS Streets," 8-40. ™ a '" l e 9:25. KiVa: "Finders Keepers, Pioneer: "Bullitt, 6:55,11:38, ^^ Weepers," (X) 7:30, 9. "Harper," 9:30. Mesa: "Swiss Family Robn j «<*» Tin. TV 11 inson," 6, 9:50; "Charlie, the Rodeo: "Man Who Finally lonesome Cousar" 8-W Died," 7:29; "No Way to Lonesome Cou & ar » 8 ' 30 ' Bethany Cinerama: "Ben DRIVE-IN THEATERS Hur," 8. Acres: "Witchmaker," 7:15, Chris-Town: Charly," 6:45, 10:45; "Sorcerers," 9:15. 10:30; "Interlude, 8:30. Ctoe Capri: "Romeo and Died' Portfino: "2069 A.D.," (X) Juliet," 6:50, 9:30. Continental: "Girls of Frank* furt," and "For Men Only," continuous from 12:30. Big Sky: "Man Who Finally Trea^a Lady " 9:27; "Horror ,S£Z *£?*& ied," 7:29; "No Way to Castle . n - 25 - Val , AV Apt . ,,«„„ Treat a Lady," 9:27; "Horror Castle," 11:25. Cinema Park: "Three in the Attic," (R) 7:15, 10:50; "Wild Pox: "Support Your Local in the Streets ' 9:15 ' Sheriff," (G) 1, 4:15, 7:30, Indian: "Mission Batagas," 10:40; "Yellow Submarine," 7:15,10:52; "Femmina," 9:15. (G) 2:40, 5:55, 9:05. *, . , (C , . „ Mustang: "Sound of Hor- Hayden West: "Angel in ror," 7:37; "Taste of Blood," My Pocket," (G) 3:05, 7:05, 9:27; "Teenage Stranger," 10:55; "Hellfighters," (G) 1, 10:57. 4<ee OtC/) ' Northern: "Goes With the Palms: "Funny Girl," (G) Wind," 8. 8. » J»T «A i3 «» Valley Art: "Man for All Round-Up: "Angel in My SeaS ons," 7:15; "Taming of Pocket," (G) 7:10, 10:35, the shrew." 9-lk "Shenandoah," 9. Paris: Adult movies continuous from noon. Sombrero: 8:15. "The Bible," FFICE Optn P.M. TONIGHT at 8:15 AVACARDN'ER HTEROTOOLE GEORGE C. SCOTT MICHAELPAHKS . _ „ . . HO SEATS .In The Beginning RESERVED PWTCHT H ARKT to w«r plim theatre PRODUCTION* "•HOBfeWir HMRElSUff nut Winnie AH *n-emrHni Open Daily 1 P.M. Ph. 273-77 1 1 A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS 7 f,' s — BOTH IN TECHNICOLOR — RICHARD BURTON ELIZABETH TAYLOR Read Republic Sports CAMELBACK MALL . TODAY THROUOH MONDAY SHOWSatZ 48P.M. ior iFFIOI OPEN 12:11 NOMINATED FOR ]] AWARDS! '•.. Including BEST PICTURE!,.! *"•• ' COIUMB1A HCIURES ««, M ROMULUS PRODUCTIONV LIONEL BART'S Mrtlr JOHN WOOLF CAROL REED FAXAVISION'IEW/iCCllOfi' IB NOW, LOEWS—EAST _Dine Leisurely 1 amid thoroughly cordial surroundings. • Interesting menu. Continuous entertainment. -SMUGGLER'S IKK 3050 N. Central Ave., Park Central Shopping Center PHONE: 264-0869 trader tl/li enu SERVED FROM NOON RELISHES Celery Hearti, Olives, Radishes, Scallions, Carrols 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 POM70 Candied Yams or Fluffy Whipped VEGETABLE Pearl Onions, Peas Brussells Sprouts au Beurre M5SMF Strawberry Short Cake Hot Apple Pie, Lemon Sauce Ice Cream or Sherbet BEVERAGE Coffee or Tea COMPLETE DINNER 3.95—CHILDREN UNDER 12 $2.25 Joe Hunt's RESTAURANT 4510 North Scottsdato Rd. (In ScotUdile Fashion Square) For Reservations Phone Silver Dollar: "Charro," 7:20, 11; "More Dead Than Alive," (M) 9:20. Thunderbird: "Swiss Family Robinson," 7:30; "Happiest Millionaire," 9:45. SOMETHING NEW THEATRE nu RESTAURANT| Off Broadway Atmosphere, Cabaret Style f\f D. \ " '-'•" iS'lGGOWCAl Thurs., Fri.f Sal. 8:30 p.m. Sun. 8:00 9d»ll Record **"• Smashing Month lufiested Dinner RinrvationTlmi 7:00 El«»nt Dining-Dancinr-CocMaili y3t VALUABLE COUPON*^ 2nd Anniversary SPECIAL NOW,,. SAVE $1 On regular dinner prices with our Stage Show. • Coupon good on Thurs. and Sun. only during April '4? RESERVATIONS 273-1344 3437 E. McDowell Rd. i Greatest Entertainment in Town Finilers Keepers EASTER VACATION VISIT THE American Heritage Bring the entlrt family Daily 1:30-9:30 98 W. STETSON DR. SCOTTSDALE Continuous From 12:30 To Those Who Were Sentenced In 2069 V.IK came the most BIZARRE tortures ever devised! IN COLOR FRISCO SHORTS NO ADMITTANCE UNDER 18 YRS. GIRLS OF FRANKFURT^ ADULTS ONLY PLUS "FOR MEN ONLY" Cofor NATIONAL GENERAL CORPORATION WEST COAST THEATRES ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE-BEST ACTOR CLIFF ROBERTSON CO'SURRiNC CLAIRE BLOOM TECHNICOLOR TECHNISCOPE CHRIS-TOWN 5707 N. 19th Ave. 264-6161 FREE PARKING vn NOW PLAYING EXCLUSIVE! COLOR CO-HIT "INTERLUDE" 89(168 tonarins Washington at First St. 254-4114 VISTA 21S No. Central Ave. 252-7466 CHRISTOPHER JONES "WILD IN THE STREETS" CUNOALE THUNOERBIRO PRIVE-IN EXCLUSIVE DRIVE-IN SHOWING WIOB " CO-MIT WALT DISNEY? 939-5222 .*_____/ TfCHMWOLOd MNiVISiOM •PfN 1199 CHILOREN'S MIOf ONKCOMPLiTiSHOW THI$ ATTRACTION Me WALT 0/SNfY'S "THE HAPPIEST MILLION* AIRE" FRiD MACMURRAY An all-student cast will be featured in the production by Arizona State University Players of Sheridan's "The School for Scandal," comedy of 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 -Rohrig as Joseph Surface, gj rdfa ^ chael Hood as Charles DOLAN ELLIS PEPPER MILL COCKTAIL LOUNOG Seottsdale 8, Indian School Rdt. THURS.-SAT. NITES Odd Fellows Building GILBERT TAYLOR MGR. MARLIN McLAWS ORCHESTRA 31 Noi'th 3rd Ave. IDf)v»-ln Th»o>ra7l ' I Late •Show Fri. • &Sat. JBitBuckeygot 17th Str««t Start 7:15 RTMRl RODEO HORROR CASTLE BIG •SKYHBBJB 4111 W«tt Indlon Sfhool Kd. SHOCK UPON SHOCK! *• INTERNATIONAL CHtFS 12 RESTAURANTS ' SPECTATORS DINING ^ Presenting Tues. & Thurs. 12-12:30 P.M. TOWER PLAZA MALL East Thomas at 38th St. Want Ads Bring Action CHANDLER MMWAT OPENED SAT. * SUN. ONLY MUSTANG DRIVE-IN $1.50 PER CAR • "SOUND OF HORROR* "TASTE OF BLOOD" "TEENAGE STRANOL6R" NOMINATED FOR 7 ACADEMY AWARDS INCLUDING BEST PICTURE BEST ACTOR. BEST ACTRESS peTGROTooie KATHAR1N6 H6PBURN TH6LIONINWINT6R TONIGHT AT 8:00 P.M. All Seat* Reserved Box office Optn Dally 12 NMn. SPECIAL EASTERTIME MATINEES FRIDAY Through TUESDAYI \ Palace West: Theatre 203 West Mam • Phomta 85003 LIVE j| PHONE 254-6401 TONIGHT AT 8: EVES. Tues. to Sat. 1:30, Sun. Eve. 7:30 P.M. Mats. Sat. & Sun. Tlokett en Silt it Rouniweii'i, Scott sdili fish- ion Squirt, t OltndiliTrivtl SirvieeHIIW. QlindlleAvi. "..* SAT. EVES. $l.80-$3.BO-J4.80.$B.5B If ordering by Mail, Please Enclose Stamped Return Envelope All Children Under 14 yrs. of age will be admitted for $1.00 when accompanied by adult. Present This Coupon at Palace West Box > Ottice. This OtferQood At All Performances Except Sat. Eves. 8:30 NINE CAPRI E. CAMELEACK ot 24th'Street Phon»956-1900 ARIZONA abc THEATRES 6:45 9:30 = m ACADEMY AWARD ft NOMINATIONS = including =-n BEST PICTURE iROMEO | ^JULIET iillllllllllllllillllllllllllllllliliiliiiiilll' 11 PALMS IN.CENTRALATVIRGINIA MATINEES DAILY THRU MON. | TODAY 2 & 8 P.M. | BARBRA STREISAND = OAAARSHARIF |lNDIAN D mvE.i N 27th AVE ot INDIAN SCHOOL 274-8510OPEN6:30 ALL COLOR = WORLD PREMIERE! = VERAMILES IN PERSON FRI. = "MISSION BATANCAS" = and"riMMINA" illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IHFWIUIAUWYLER oIAM PRODUCTION ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS BEST PICTURE! BEST ACTRESS! RESERVATIONS: 264-6848 DRIVE-lNSi 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! DAVIDO.SMCKS / MAKW!'irM.:,'ir'r : : -, -, GONE WITH THE WIND «LEIGH *f ON NIGHTLY AT 8:00 P.M. JERRY VALE AND NORM CROSBY Apr. 10, 1.1 & 12 Thurs., Fri. & Sat. Sat. Matinee Saturday Matinee 2:30 p.m.; 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 OPEN6tl5 11 ACADEMY AWARDS fnc/uding"BEST PICTURE"! M ETR O-COLDW YN-MAYKK WILLIAM WYLER'S IN 7Omm. WIDE SCREEN • STEREOPHONIC SOUND • METROCOUOR TONIGHT PERFORMANCE 8 P.M. ALL SEATS RESERVED MATINEES AT 2 P.M. DAILY TOMORROW Thru Tues. APR. 8th PHONE RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED V Theatre 2324 Wi Bethany Home Rd. Ph. 264-8708 ALL SEATS RESERVED Metro-GoldwyrvMayer presents a George Fnglund production TONIGHT AT 8 P.M.— Matineet »tZp,m. Wed., Sit. » Sun. * Enter Hon., Ajrillth QUINN * OSKAR IWERNER * DAVID JANSSEN * WAS DEATH ONLY THE BEGINNING STARRING f ALVY "* JOJ^VM W MOORE! ALL COLOR nus HZn "Sorcerers MOVED A (i 'M crcn t kind of man OVER! . AH rJ^nnnii [,onoru rirfurfi^ Al«k* liOllUiff}) UE/'IClfll I IwlUI CufMt'i ELVIS °" Lm PRESLEY CHftRROl •COLORCO-HIT • VINCENT PRICE "MORE DEAD CLINTWALKER THAN ALIVE" HAS RISEN FROM THE PLUS SUSPENSE THRILLS "HORROR HOTEL" Pedro Infante "PABLO Y CAROLINA" color L-HE'S AN EX-MARINE TURNED PREACHER ...IN A WACKY AND WONDERFUL ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! SfOIISOAlf ROUND-UP DRIVE-IN ffB ' CO-HIT A UNIVERSAL PICTURE • TECHNICOLOH 1 JAMES STEWART SHENflNDOAH TECHNICOLOR WALT DISNEY [ft! MESA THEATRE 102S.Micdonild WO 4-6295 OPEN WALT 5:45 DISNEY'S OPEN 12:46 GLEN THEATRE 7028 N. 57th Dr.f YE 7-9172 CARTOON FEATURITTE "MICKEY MOUIK'S •IRTHDAV'Oflor i SUOPER CARLOAD PIONEER DRIVE-IM 2nd SMASH TECHNICOLOR WEEK! PAUL NEWMAN AS "HARP!*" color "HIGH, WHO RUDJFMI*' — rotciT- n

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