Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 8, 1971 · Page 12
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A-12 Alton Evening Telegraph Friday, January 8, 1971 Here's your chance to get a real souvenir of moviedom By GENE HANDSAKER Associated Press Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Got any use for the wheeled Teddy bear drawn on a string * * * * TV LOG (ABC) I, KMOX {CBS) 4, KST) (NBC) 5, KETC », KPLR 11, KDNLtt FRIDAY EVENING 6:0#—2 4 5 News 9 Careers Calling 11 Dick Van Dyke 30 Munsters 0:30—2 Brady Bunch 4 SPECIAL: The Lions Are Free 5 SPECIAL: Say Goodbye 9 These Are The Days 11 Truth or Consequences 30 Flying Nun 7:00—2 Nanny and The Professor 9 Playing the Guitar 11 Big Valley 30 Wild Wild West 7:30—2 Partridge Family 4 Andy Griffith 5 Name of the Game 9 Hans the Puppet Master 8:00-2 That Girl 4 Movie (C) 9 Symphony 11 Wagon Train 30 Movie (C) 8:30—2 Love, American Style 1:00—2 Tom Jones 5 PREMIER: Strange Report 9 Continium 11 Perry Mason 9:30—9 Greek Tragedy On Stage 10:00-2 4 5 News 9 See to Solve 11 Alfred Hitchcock 30 Movie 10:30-2 Movie (C) 4 Merv Griffin 5 Johnny Carson 9 Glimpses 11 Movie 11:00—9 Jennings Mixed Choir 12:00—2 Dick Cavett 4 Movie (C) 5 News 12:25-11 Sea Hunt 12:30—5 Stump the Stars 12:55—11 News/Devotional 1:00-5 Weather 1:55—2 News/Sport/Religion 4 News/Religion Saturday January 9 SATURDAY MORNING 5:45—4 Religion/News 1:00—2 Summer Semester 4 P.S. 4 5 Agriculture 7:00—2 Bugs Bunny Road Runner 5 Heckle & Jeckle 11 Modern Almanac 7:15—2 Thought for Today by toddler Shirley Temple in "Captain January?" Or the oval couch of Marilyn Monroe and Yves Montand in a dream sequence of "Let's Make * * * * 7:20—2 Farm Report. 7:30-2 World of Ideas 5 Woody Woodpecker 11 Herald of Truth 7:57-4 In the Know 8:01—2 Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp 4 Sabrina and the Groovy Goolies 5 Corky's Colorama 11 Uncle Waldo 8:30—5 Bugaloos 8:57—4 !n the Know 9:00—2 Jerry Lewis 4 Josie & Pussycats 5 Dr. Dolittle 11 Superman 9:30—2 Double-decker 4 Harlem Globetrotters 5 Pink Panther 11 Flipper 9:57—4 In the Know 10:00—2 Hot Wheels 4 Archie Hour 5 Pufnstuf 11 Leave it to Beaver 10:30-2 Sky Hawks 5 Here Comes the Grump 11 Gilligan's Island 10:57—4 In the Know 11:00—2 Motor Mouse 4 Scocby—Doo, 5 SPECIAL: Mo. Valley Basketball - Bradley vs. N. Texas State 11 Upbeat 30 Now Explosion 11:30-2 Hardy Boys 4 Monkees 11:57—4 In the Know Noon—2 American Bandstand 4 Dastardly & Muttley 11 Cagney Theater 30 Now Explosion 12:30-2 Soul Unlimited 4 Jetsons 1:00—2 Perception 4 Magic People 5 SPECIAL: Senior Bowl 1:30—2 George Carson 4 Popeye 2:00—2 SPECIAL: Pro Bowlers Tour 4 Opportunity Line 11 Bowery Boys Theater 2:30-4 Heads Up 3:00-4 SPECIAL: Golf Classic 11 SPECIAL: Basketball —U. of I. vs. Michigan State 3:30 2 SPECIAL Hula Bowl 11 I Spy 4:00—4 SPECIAL: Glenn Campbell Los Angeles Open Golf Tournament 5 St. Louis Hop 4:30—11 Country Carnival 5:00—4 Scholar Quiz 5 Wild Kingdom 11 Country Place 30 Man from UNCLE 5:30—4 5 News 11 Nashville Music SATURDAY EVENING 6:00—4 5 News Love' '? These and about 2,000 other items. including ersatz gorillas from "Planet of the Apes" and a gory-looking * * * * 11 Wilbum Brothers 30 Movie (C) 6:30—2 Let's Make a Deal 4 Mission Impossible 5 Andy Williams 11 Porter Wagner 7:00—2 N^wlywed Game 11 Nashville Music 7:30—2 Lawrence Welk 4 My Three Sons 5 A(lam-12 11 Buck Owens 8:00-4 Arnie 5 Movie (C) 11 Bill Anderson 30 Movie 8:30-2 Most Deadly Game 4 Mary Tyler Moore 11 Ian Tyson 9:00—4 Mannix 11 BiJ! Fields 9:30—2 Movie (C) 10:00—4 5 News 30 Mrvie 10:30-4 Movie (C) 5 Movie (C) 11 Wrestling 11:30—11 Roller Derby 11:50—2 News 12:05—2 Movie 12:25—4 Dick Kccfe 12:30—5 Playboy 11 News 1:30-5 Weather 1:40—2 News/Sports/Religion 1:55—4 News/Rclegion Sunday January 10 6:45—4 Ildigion/News 7:00—4 P.S. 4 5 Gospel Jubilee II Itl Happening With Oak Ridge Boys 7:20—2 Thought for Today 7:25—2 Ncwsbreak 7:30—2 Pattern for Living 4 Camera Three 5 Lester Family 11 Songs of Faith 8:00—2 Message of Rabbi 4 Sunday Morning 5 America Sings 11 Cartoons 30 Wonderama 8:15—2 The Answer 5 This is the Life 8:30-4 Faith of Our Fathers 8:45—2 Sacred Heart 9:00—2 Catholic Mass 4 Lamup Unto My Feet dummy head that, rolled downstairs in "Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte," will be up for auction next month. Twentieth Century-Fox is * * * * 5 Inter Church Association of Metropolitan St. Louis 11 Samson 9:30—4 Look Up and Live 5 Hot Dog 11 Skippy 9:45—2 Davey & Goliath 10:00-2 Bullwinkle 4 Church is You 5 Jumbo 11 Roller Derby 10:30—2 Discovery 4 Way of Life 5 Corky's Colorama 11:00—2 Smokey Bear 4 Face the Nation 11 Wrestling 30 Astroboy 11:30—2 Jur.ny Quest 4 Town & Country 5 M;^ot The Press 30 Spiderman Noon—2 Chatanooga Cats 4 News Maker 5 Black Experience 11 John Wayne Theater 30 Cartoons 12:30—2 Lone Ranger 4 SPECIAL: NHL Hockey 5 College Show 1:00-2 SPECIAL: NBA Basketball 5 SPECIAL: The Prado 30 Oral Roberts 1:30—30 Revival Fires 2:00-5 SPECIAL: Basketball 11 Charlie Chan Theater 30 Days of Discovery 2:30-30 Kathryn Kuhlman 3:00—4 SPECIAL: Stanley Cup Highlights 30 Movie (C) 3:15—2 American Sportsman 3:30-4 SPECIAL: Glen Campbell Open Golf Tournament 11 Wagon Train going the route taken several months ago by another financially troubled studio. MGM, in disposing of its old movie props. * * * * 4:00—2 Movie (C) 5 SPECIAL: Projection '71 5:00—4 News 11 I Spy 30 Man from UNCLE 5:30-4 5 News 9 Pathfinders SUNDAY EVENING 6:1/0—2 Young Rebels 4 Lassie 5 Perspective 9 Cultures and Continent? 11 The Saint 30 Movie (C) 6:30-4 Hogan's Heroes 5 Walt Disney 9 Making Things Grow 7:00-2 F.B.I. 4 SPECIAL: Super Comedy Bowl 9 Kukla, Fran and Ollie 11 Daktari 7:30—5 Bill Cosby !) The World We Live In 8:00—2 Movie (C) 4 Glen Campbell 5 Bonanza We Serve the Finest BAR B QUE Elba—Chicken—Beef—Pork Served Noon to 10 p.m. Wednesday thru Sunday (Closed Monday-Tuesday) DANCING TONIGHT "D.N.A." FORKEYVILLE LOUNGE Fosterburg Road We Serve the Finest But less extensively, MGM sold a vast. 40-year accumulation ranging from Clark Gable's raincoat to the "Showboat." river steamer. * * * * 9 Masterpiece Theater 11 Movie 30 Movie 9:00—4 Honeymooners 5 Boiti Ones 9 Fanfare 9:30—11 Perry Mason 10:flO—2 Movie (C) 4 5 News 10:30—4 Movie (C) 5 Johnny Carson 9 Thats Life 11 Movie (C) 30 David Susskind 11:00—9 Berkley High Choir 12:00—5 News 12:15—5 Insight 11 News 12:20—4 Movie 12:30—2 Issues & Answers 12:45—5 Weather 1:30—2 News/Sports/Religion 2:00—4 News/Religion BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY? whatever the occasion, enjoy dinner at the PORT ROOM Fox is clearing out only a fraction of its approximately 55.000 properties—ones that have served their purpose, can't be used again and are taking up valuable storage space. "Like the concert grand piano with eagle legs we made up for 'Wilson'," said supervising set decorator Walter M. Scott. Scott thinks the auction should bring "anywhere from a quarter of a million dollars up." MGM hasn't said how much it realized from selling its gigantic collection outright to ICOUNTRYI an auctioneer. Trade talk is Academy Awards for set dec- that MGM got $1.3 million. oration, led a tour of a huge The auction is Feb. 25-28. sound stage crammed with Scott, 63, a winner of six the goods for sale. HAMEL BUSINESSMENS CLUB Will Sponsor a DANCE FRANK CHERRYS ORCHESTRA SAT., JAN. 9, 9 p.m.—1 o.m. HAMEL COMMUNITY BUILDING Donation $1.25 Except PORT ROOM RESTAURANT FLAMINGO MOTEL 501 I'". RroH<l\\ n v • • Intimate •^^ • gourmet FRIED CHICKEN Served Family Style SUN., JAN. 10 Serving 11 am-6 pm AMERICAN LEGION HOME CARPENTER, ILL. Donation $1.75 Children 75c TRY OUR DELICIOUS GOOD SAT. & SUN, ONLY $1.00 Off-Bucket-0-Chicken 15 PCS. Delicious Chicken, Pint. 5 A 95 of Col's Own Gravy, 6 Hot ^ J^ Biscuits. Hcg. $3.95 Value • • • • •* K«ntiwkij fifed AVAILABLE AT ALL 3 LOCATIONS HOBO DANCE WOOD RIVER MOOSE LODGE SAT.. JAN. 9 8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Music by JOE TROSLEY & DUNAV'S TAMBURITZANS Members & Guests Invited — $l.oo per Couple Donation * Hobo Stew * Prizes For Most Original Hobo Costumes BARB FAIRCHILD IS BACK! With The Midwest Ltd. ENTERTAINING IN THE INN ROOM Wednesday thru Sunday BOWL HAVEN MOVIES ~ FRIDAY 8:00-4—"Bridge on the River Kwai" (1957) (C) Part 2 William Holden, Alec Guiness 30-"Day of the Triffids" (1963) (C) Nicole Maurey, Howard Keel 10:00-30 — "Underworld U.S.A." (1961) Delores Dorn, Cliff Robertson 10:30 — 2 — "Honeymoon Hotel" (1964) (C) Nancy Kwan, Robert Gould ll-"Run Silent, Run Deep" (1958) Clark Gable, Burt Lancaster 12:00-4-"Tiger by Uie Tail" (1969) (C) Tippi Hedren, Christopher George SATURDAY 6:00—30—"The Blue Lagoon" (1949) (C) Jean Simmons, Donald Houston 8:00-5—"Namu, t h e Killer Whale" (19-) (C) 9:30-2—"The V.I.P.'s" (1963) (C) Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton 10:00-30-"The Man Who Turned to Stone" (1957) Charlotte Austin, Victor Jory 10:30—4—"Pony Express" (1953) (C) Rhonda Fleming, Charlton Heston 5-"The Bravados" (1958) (C) Joan Collins, Gregory Peck 12:05-2-"Fanf;>re for a Death Scene" (1963) Viveca Lindfors, Richard Egan SUNDAY 3:00-30-"The Blue Lagoon" (1949) (C) Jean Simmons, Donald Houston 4:00—2—"The V.I.P.'s" (1963) (C) Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton 6:00-30—"The Guns of Ft. Petticoat" (1957) (C) Kathryn Grant, Audie Murphy 8:00-2 - "Never Too Late" (1965 (C) Maureen O'Sullivan, Connie Stevens 11 - "Elmer the Great" (1933) Joe E. Brown, Preston Foster 30 — "The Great Sinner" (1949) Ava Gardner, Gregory Peck 10:00-2-"in Like Flint" (1967) (C) James Coburn, Lee J. Cobb 10:30 — 4 — "Verboten" (1958) Susan Cummings, James Best 11 - "Kiss Kiss, Kill, Kill" (196) (C) Bran Harris, Tony Kendell Open 0:30 — Sturt 7:00 Traveling the South In 1BIK Wtth u MID-AMERICA THEATRES OVEN «l;80—START 7:00—IN-CAR FRI.-SAT.-SUN. Jonathan Frid |) (eg I Clliit linstwood—Telly Siivnlus , No _ g j ( -. r j ^ ^^ I "Stranger In Town" I FRI.-SAT.-SUN. Kim Darby (R) strawberry statement NO. 3 Fill. & SAT. "THE GREEN SLIME" (G) SERVING NIGHTLY 8:30 to 12:30 MID-TOWN DINING ROOM 7th AND CENTRAL, ALTON, ILL. on the GREAT RIVER ROAD 786-3486 • FRESH FISH [Jfp • CHOICE STEAK f *^™^ It's a Nice Rido • BAR-B-QUE RIBS Up the River Road -JOE GREENWELL, AND ms BAND—SAT. NIGHT Dining Room " 1048 WASHINGTON AVE. — UPPER AI/TON FEATURING; STEAKS • CHICKEN • PIZZA • SPAGHETTI • RAVIOLI Reservations for Banquets & Parties Curry Out Orders — Phone 465-6281 5 tun, to Weekday* . Sunday n Noon to - - - FREE PARKING IN REAR V i II age Cafe 2611 College Ave., Upper Alton Mar. Saturday & Sunday Special: ROAST PORK with DRESSING OR CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS Hours; 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Every Day McKINNEY TV's January CLEARANCE RCA AocuGoMr hi tatoto-top ft VMdooior viewing. AcqwCotor pfclw* ttibo and automate tuning system-few your greater 23" Dlag, RCA Color Console 14" Diag, RCA Color Portable 4 Speaker Portable Stereo 6 Speaker Pecan Stereo At McKINNEY'S Service Comes First MCKINNEY TV 2513 STATE 466-6611 Restaurant Special Thurs.-Fri..Sat. Only Chopped Sirloin Whipped Potatoes, Gravy, Vcsetables, Roll And Butter BETTENDORF MARKETS of Edwardsville 71 ... I M ** * The MOD SQUAD EXTRA to entertain you FR1. & SAT. EVES 2110 TrOy Hd., Edwardsville MOVIE RATINGS These ratings apply to RELEASED after Nor. 1, 1 THIS SEAL hi ads Indicates the film wai inbmttted and approved iiniUr the Motion Picture Cod* •J Self-Regulation ALL AGE* ADMITTED General Audience* ALL AGES ADMITTED Parental Guidance Suggested RESTRICTED Under 17 requirti accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian NO ONI UNDER 17 ADMITTED FOREIGN-IMPORT Not Rated By The Motion Pictur* Code NOT RATED Thit picture was released prior to Nov. I, 1968 and thus wai not rated by the Motion Picture Code of Self-Regulation. Printed ai a public service feT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH HELD OVER! W. Ill, MMMU "PATTON" (GP) "PATTON" (CP) FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY! NIGHTLY AT 7:30 SUN, MATINEE AT 2 PM "PATTON" (CP) I.A-C/STAIUIGKT Bex Office Opens ot 6;00—Electric In Cor Heaters ^^^WEDAR^W^O«mNurM^o!n<AVE .WIN FREE 2 FOR I PUSS FUTURE TMETcRV^™^^[ I MOVIE J 11 jsoo coon* »yc... HUM <m«i 2ND FEATURE DEVIL'S HAND" Shown at 8:05 (G) AT LA^TA NEW KIND OF HOFROR MOVIE MOiKTCK COME REAL! CfcAlH S" T SCR£EN! ^X NOT 3-D-real FLESH and BLOOD monsters MOVIE OF (WEIRD BEAUTIES I AND TEENAGE PSYCHO m^ 'AND YOU* **pf .453 MONSTCRS INVADE YOUR CAR/f ^ v^ IG) r^lSP^KL TSSS.' ».vA,«« «\19 'L^-^VHO'tL CHICKEN OUT FIR«T - 1OV8 OR GIRi.9 ? . fOIRLS; UEARN \nm BOX FRIEND CAN TAKE If/ SMORGASBORD Menu: Sunday, Jan. 10, 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. ROAST BEEF FRIED CHICKEN BAKED HAM WE SERVE PIZZA TOO Mashed Potatoes Candied Yams Buttered Corn Buttered Peas Cottage Cheese .lello Rlns Cole Slaw Potato Salad Rolls and Butter. Dessert Included i 75 Children 1 75 Live Music in the Lounge GODFREY PHONE 466-1320 ***** JMID-AMERICA THEATRES ITHE U.S. * HELD OVER MD WEEKI CUSTOMS BUREAU BARRED IT AS OBSCENE! READERS FOUND IT SHOCKING AND SCANDALOUS! AND NOW, FOR ANYONE OVER U IT IS A MOVIE!" > L (X) IE«gg3£._. s HENRY MILLER'S P1DRN MWWUU imi«»limMBMI«»IK<*UH« IMWUCdlQMHS I CAMEO WAbHINGION ALTON'S FINEST Open Dully 6:30 Shown 7 & 0 p.m. &un. Open 1:30—.Shown Z> 4, «, 8 * V

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