Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 4, 1969 · Page 68
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 68

Phoenix, Arizona
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Friday, April 4, 1969
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ftl.L EDii'iUi Cinemaiare in the Valley oi the Sun '•drnilftd 0 ° n * tmttr '* v ' m " "* ^ PHOENIX THEATERS Bethany Cinerama: "Ben Hur," 2, 8. Chris-Town: "Charlie," 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. Fox: "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) 8. Paris: Adult movies continuous from noon. Sombrero: "The Bible," 8:15. Thomas Mall: "Lion in Winter," 2, 8. Tower Plaza: "Horse With a Gray Flannel 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. Big Sky: "Man Who Finally ^Died," 7:29, 12:58; "No Way ; to Treat a Lady," 9:27; "Hor- •ror Castle," 11:25. ', • Cinema Park: "Three in the ;Attic," (R) 7:15, 10:50; "Wild •in the Streets, 9:15. i Indian: "Mission Batagas," 7:15, 10:52; "Femmina," 9:15. Mustang: "Sound of Hor- ;ror," 7:37; "Taste of Blood," •9:27; "Teenage Stranger," :iO:57. Northern: "Goes With the Wind," 8. • ~Nu-View: "Dracula Has Ris•en from the Grave," (G) 7:15, 10:50; "Horror Hotel," 9:15. Oasis: "Charlie, Lonesome :Cougar," 7:15,11; "High, Wild land Free," 9:15. FISH & CHIPS Old Fashioned Sfyle SEA GOING FEAST FOR ONE Only $100 7th Sr. & E. Roosevelt Roast Beef or Ham Sandwich "*6Q* ^JjrEa. 6 E. Camelback Rd. Store Only (Across from Sean) 40 The Arizona Republic Phoenix, Fri., April 4, 1969 Peso: "Pablo y Carolina." 7:15, 10:55; "El Duende y yo," 9:25. Phoenix: "Von Ryan's Express," 7; "Flight of the Phoenix." 9:35. Pioneer: "Bullitt, 6:55, 11:38, "Harper," 9:30. Rodeo: "Man Who Finally Died," 7:29,12:58; "No Way to Treat a Lady," 9:27; "Horror Castle," 11:25. Round-Up: "Angel in My Pocket," (G) 7:10, 10:35, "Shenandoah," 9. Sands: "Wrecking Crew," (M) 7, 11; "Pink Jungle," 9:25. Silver Dollar: "Charro," 7:20, 11; "More Dead Than Alive," (M) 9:20. Thunderbird: "Swiss Fam"x ' " x ily Robinson," 7:30: "Happiest Millionaire," 9:45. VALLEY THEATERS Camelback Mall: "Oliver," (G) 2. 8. Glen: "Mickey Mouse Birthday Party," 1, 4:20, 7:40; "Doctor Dolittle, 11 1:45, 5:05, 8:25. Hayden East: "Gone With the Wind," 12:30, 4:30, 8:30. Knchina Cinerama: "Shoes of the Fisherman," (G) 8:30. KiVa: "Sea Gull." (G) 7, 9:30. Mesa: "Swiss Family Robinson," 2:05, 5:55, 9:45; "Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar," 12:30, 4:20, 8:10. Porotfino: "2069 A.D.," (X) continuous from 12:30. Valley Art: "Man for Al Seasons," 7:15: "Training of the Shrew," 9:15. Tonight Seafood Buffet X Fresh .Shrimp, Fresh Salmon, V Herrinfl In Sour Cream, Eel, Sea • Bass,_ Fried Halibut Plus our Regular Buffet. ?X ANSA OUSE FOLKS—JOE ft WALDO BANJO, PIANO—SING-ALONG FORMERLY With Various Pino Parlor* NOW AT SHIPWRECK LOUNGE THURS. • FRI. • SAT. 2037 E. McDowell—252. 0875 *l * X *: x X X FAMILYBUFFET * W. Indian School Rd. * at 7th Ave. * To Bill Cyrils Trio Deke's Party Lounge SANDS HOTEL 3320 E. Van Buren• peppefc-miit louse Center el Indian Schoo/ Retro" onrf Seoffscfafe Hoorf .OSCAR AWARD SELECTIONS Continental $9 *7C Dishes from J«/O Prime Rib Dinner nn i AH d I IA UULflll CLLIO $3.95 Fish inner * ALL YOU CAN EAT From Soup to Dessert $135 1 EXCITING Dog Racing! APACHE GREYHOUND PARK Highway 60 at Apache Jet. rtacing Wed. thru Sun. nights Admission 500 * children welcome PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING Funks' Greyhound Racing Circuit Continuous From 12:30 To Tfi«.ve Who Ware Sentenced In 2069 A.D. came the mnxt BIZARRE iorf ur<>K ever devised! IN COLOR FRISCO SHORTS NO ADMITTANCE UNDER 18 YRS. See the Amazing RICHARD IRELAND Tues. ft Wed. Nites 10 P.M. LARRY TUZON 6 Days We«kly 8:30-1 MIKE SHORTLE San. 8:30-1 •t th« •laehsmith Shop 309 N. tth Avenue 251-9452 FISH $125 EVERY FRIDAY ALL YOU CAN EAT IN COFFEE SHOP AND RIPPLE ROOM . . . COFFEE SHOP OPEN ALL NIGHT 1 LUCILLE CARVER AT THE PIANO BAR, MON. THRU FRI. 300 BOWL 1919 W. Bethany • 279-2388 NOW! "****AMMTEimttE" NO SCATS RESCRVED blriet Frern It* ft«*d»h«w AVA GARDNER GEORGECSCOIT PETER OTOOLE MICHAEL PARKS STEPHEN BOYD RICHARD HARRIS «NLtl $t.M CHILDREN tt.M IVtl. t:15 MATINte SUNDAY 2P.M. ...In Tht Btgimiiiig '• Palace West Theatre 203 Wet* Admit • Ptwenta 85003 PHONE 254-6401 EVES. TUM. to Sit. till, Sun, Evi. liH P.M. Mite. Itt. t Inn. Ml P.M. LIVE ON STACK! • TONIQHTATIslOP.M. MATS ON f ALI10 A.M. Tlek.ft.nltl.rt'., Se.tti4il*f*ih- linlqvirt. t Mm.UT.IIUN. (I.H.$I.N-M.M II.H If ordering by Moil, PUotc Encloi* Stamped Return Envelop* WI.IMT.WI. IMMI.M-M.IMI.M I All Children Under 14 yrs. of.ift will be admitted for $1.11 when accompanied by adult. Present This Coupon at Palace West Box 1 Office. This Offer Good At All Performances Except Sat. Eves. 8:30 TODAY! MATINEE 2 P,M> EVENING 8 P,M, Also Special Matinees Monday & Tuesday at 2 P.M. "TH6LIONINWINT6R" m ^ Nominated for /Academy Awards Including: BEST PICTURE Best Actor Bfest Actress Best Screenplay Best Director Children's Portion 11.00 Dine here once ... and you'll come •lain, again, again and aiain. Desert Rose Hotel 3424 E. Van luren 275-4421 FOOD BAZAAR ITEM: tu on* of our food thing* to tat — from over 300 at the Food Bazaar. 20th St. and E. Camelbick 955.61! IN MESA LINDA MANDRILL At The Organ-Piano HAROW WILSON FABULOUS STIAK if .11 ^ m- ROOM GIRLS OF FRANKFURT^ ADULTS ONLY PLUS "FOR MEN ONLY" Color In new screen spicgf^ The mo$f; ma^fliiii picture e^!!t j * ,;•? I -»' •' Mff:. •••'..: •• DAVID 0. SELZNICKS GOMEWIT THE WIND ^^psa \ VIMMINO ^"^•••••F"^" CLARKGABLK VMENIEIGH LESLIE HOWARD Winner of Tun Academy Awards. JOS6PH e.uviNe ,.„„„ AN AVCO CMBASSY FIIM P6T6ROTOOL6 KATHARIN6 H6PBURN TH6LIONINWINT6R JANE MERROW«*«,M«« JOHN CASTLE.,*«.c.*, TIMOTHY DALTON««^^.«», W , ANTHONY JOSEPH E. LEV IN E JAMES GOLDMAN MARTIN POLL ANTHONY HARVEY «*»-JOHN BARRY hAVOOCNiASSYn*.,, PANAVISION* KXM.OK BUY TICKETS EARLY FOR CHOICE SEATING! Reserved Seat iMoffiee Open Daily •( 12 Noon PRICES AND PERFORMANCES / MATINEES 2 P.M. W.d. $2.00, Sat. $2.50, Sun. & Holt. $3.00. IVENINGS 8 P.M. Mon.through Thuri. $2.50, Fri., Sat., Sun. t Holt. $3.00. TICKETS ALSO AVAILABLE AT ALL COMMUNITY IOXOFFICES. Calendar* a dull town until Sheriff McCullough took over He Protected the Girls He turned Calendar into a boom town ASELZNICK INffRNAIIONALPICIURF. • VICIOR Fl(MING • a&mm • MtIKU"liUI.DWI MAYlfUa 2ND SMASH WEEK! TODAY AT IOTH THIATRi$< SOUTHWEST'S NORTHERN OUIWL IN CHEROKEE PRODUCTIONS Pre*ent» James Garner Joan Hackeft Walter Brennan m( ' J ^ ("Support Your local Sheriff"] co-starring HARRY MORGAN JACK ELAM Written and Produced by WILUAM BOWERS Directed by BURT KENNEDY COLOR by Deluxe COLOR CO-HIT« Suggidid for GENERAL Audiincii WASHINGTON AT FIRST AVe, „,HE'S AN EX-MARINE TURNED PftEACNEIL.r A WACKY AND WONDERFUL ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! Suffittttf for GENERA!, ludltnect. A UNIVERSAL PICTURE • TECHNICOLOR* NOW! AT 2 —ROUND-UP CO-HIT—JAMES STEWART SHENANDOAH •rrCHNfCOLOfti .NACI'f- THEATRES! —HAYOEN WEST CO-HIT- "HELIFIGHTERS* JOHN WAYNE KATHARINE ROSS JIM MUTTON fc ——— TECHNICOLOR ROUND-UP ORIVI.IN •Sf» I. THOMAS HO. PH 945-5441 .LOIW'S HAYDEN WEST INDIAN SCHOOL ft I3RD AVE. PH165-4927 MATINEE KMFOP.MANCE DAILY. Follow the Social Scene with Favour Slater in Women's Forum Arizona abc Theatres CINE CAPRI E. CAMELBACK at 24th STREET MATINEE TODAY! CONTINUOUS SHOWS 1:30-4:00-6:45-9:30 ordinary lovo story....' FRANCO ZKFMKF.LI.l'S NO SEATS RESERVED IN COLOR WINNER 4 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS BEST PICTURE-BEST DIRECTOR MATINEE EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 7-1:30 PALMS N. MUTUAL AT VIRQINII TODAY2&8P.M. NOMINATED FOR 8 ACADEMY AWARDS BEST PICTURE! Columbia Piclures and Rasiar Produciions present Baibra Sireisand and Omar Sharif in The William Wyler-Ray Slark production "Funny Girt" Technicolor •>' PHONE RESERVATIONS 264-6848 BOX OFFICE OPEN NOON 'TIL NINE DAILY ' EVE. I P.M. MATINEES WED., SAT., SUN. 2 P.M. SEiClAi MOLIftAY MATHm MON. APR. 7 - liOO P.M. ALL COLOR INDIAN DRIVE- IN 27th AVE. t INDIAN SCHOOL 274-8510 OPEN 6:30 ' EXCLUSIVE! WORLD MEET THE STAR KEITH LARSEN IN PERSON AT INDIAN TONIGHT! ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS ASSIGNMENTS OF THE PACIFIC WAR! TOA MILES mm wiAvn-um UISIN WINNEROF2AOADEMVAWARO NOMINAflONfl wina" SUrnng MIREIUE DARC * HARDY KRUQER I MOVIOVm • ARMT * TAYLOR HCkf'S A GIRL WHO HAS WIRYTHING!

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