Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on August 14, 1970 · Page 100
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 100

Phoenix, Arizona
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Friday, August 14, 1970
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released after » code Rati . tFarenfaT'di Restricted, ifter Nov. i, 19M tins of the Motion i vi i of Anft£f*ica • for general audience* for mature auai- isertften advised.) advised.; under parent year* of !£•-•".. tie accomoan •SkS* «"• ""<* PHOENIX THEATERS feefany Cinerama: "Boat* fSk*? 1 (G) 1:45, 5:40, 9:35; "Blatitbeard's Ghost," (G) 3:50,7:45. Chris-Town: "The Land- lortl," (R) 5:30, 9:35; "The Lawyer," (R) 7:25. One Capri: "The Out - of Towners," (G) 1:30, 3:30, 5:30,7:30,9:40. Continental: "The Three Sexateers," and "Kiss Me Mate," continuous from 12:30. Downtown Cinema: "Kelly's Heroes," (GP) 3:16, 8; "Where Eagles Dare," (GP) 1, 5:41,10:37. Fox: "Cheyenne Social Club," (GP) 2:40, 6:30,10:20; "The Reivers," (GP) 12:45, 4:35, 8:25. Hay den West: "Kelly's Heroes," (GP) 7:45; "Where Eagles Dare," (GP) 5:30, 10:20." Palms: "Darling Lili," (G) 7, 9:30. Paris: Adult movies continuous from noon. Thomas Mall: "M*A*S*H," (R) 1:10,3:30,5:40,7:50,10. Tower Pteza: "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," (GP) 3, 6:50, 10:40; "Prime of Miss Jean Brodie," (GP) 1,4:50,8:40. Westdale I: "Two Mules for Sister Sara," (GP) 1:30, 3:30 5:30, 7:30,9:30. Westdale II: "Woodstock," (R) 1:15, 4:30, 7:30, 10:30. Westdale HI: "Paint Your Wagon," (GP) 2, 5:15, 8, 10:30. Westdale IV: "Paint Your Wagon," (GP) 2:30, 5:30, 8:30. DRIVE-IN THEATERS Acres: "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," (GP) 7:45,12; "Bandolero," 9:45. Big Sky: "The Slaves," 10.11; "The Detective," (R) 7:50, 12:11. Cinema Park: "Cry of the Banshee," 7:45, 10:45; "Horror House," 9:30. Indian: "Paint Your Wagon," (GP) 7:45, 12:15;, "Latitude Zero," 10:30. Northern: "El Condor" (R) 7:45, 11:45; "100 Rifles," (R) 9:45. Nu-View: "Bullet for Pretty Boy," (GP) 7:45, 11:20; "Dunwich Horror," (GP) 9:40. Oasis: "What Do You Say To a Naked Lady?" (X) 8, 11:20; "Hooked Generation," (R) 9:50. Peso: "Antesala de la Silla Electrica," 7:45, 11; "Aman- eci en tus Brazos," 11. Phoenix: "Bob & Carol and Ted & Alice," (R) 8, 12; "Cactus Flower," (GP) 10:15. Pioneer: "Midnight Cowboy," (X) 7:50, 12:20; "Alice's Restaurant," (R) 10:25. Rodeo: "The Slaves," 10:11; "The Detective," (R) 7:50, R o n a d -U p: "The Hawaiians," (GP) 8, 12:25; "Five Man Army," (GP) 10:40. Sands: "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly," 10:40; "For a in Valley of the Sun A! ! ^L*. I., n Accordion fete More than 2,000 music students, ages 7-21, are competing in the 14th Annual Western States Accordion Festival at; the International Hotel, Ixwj'ASfeles, through Sunday, Sponsored by the Accordion Association of Southern California, -the Festival provides four .days of competition in various solo, duet, group and accordion band categories. Prizes are trophies and, for top categories, almost $1,000 in cash scholarship awards. Fifty-six members of the Phoenix Youth Accordion Orchestra are participating. Last year this group's representatives won more awards than 'any other competing studies, three members of this group will compete for the top virtuoso $500 cash award. They are Bonnie Pridmore, Bob Pridmore and Ken Morrow. DO\A/r\JTO\A/r\J CINEMA )'• N I. i ty! l(/l| nii\i I I iidV 1 Keltys Heroes Richard Cbnt Burton Eastwood • Where Eagles Dare" PHOME 252-3487 NOW!! INDIAN DRIVE-IN t WESTDALE FOUR ...DIRECT FROM ITS RESERVED SEAT ENGAGEMENT! LEE MARVIN * I. JEANSEBERG VDUR WAGON gets a wagon full of raves' "ABK5,BAWW, RIP-WARING MUSICAL I" ~W«nM Hilt, Mt. Ink Dltl, Ntx HILARIOUS AND ENTERTAINING!* 'LUSTY EMTERMINMENT! -f«d Wilton JABJ6 MUSICAL WT-IH THEWINNfRSCORNEW" -Miw*«te.,m»»«*>!ii POPULAR PR/CfS// WESTDALE 4 Few Dollars More," 8. Silver Dollar: "El Condor," (R) 7:45, 11:45; "100 Rifles," (R) 9:45. Tmmdefbirdi "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls," (X) 7:45, 11:45; "Only Game in Town," (GP) 9:35. VALLEY THEATERS Oamelback Mall: "Getting Straight," (R) 7:20,9:50; "Magic Machines," 7,9:30. Glens "A Boy Named Charlie Brown," (G) 9:40; "Chitty Chitty, BangBang," (G) 7. Ha yd en East: "Patton," (GP) 1:30, 5,8:30. Kacbto* Cinerama: "Air* port," (G) 2, 4:30, 7:10, 9:40. KiVt: "Without a Stitch," (X) 7:30,9:30. tM Are**: "A Boy Named Charlie Brown," (G) 1, 4, 7, 10; "Norwood," (0)2:25, 5:25,8:2$. Mesa: "Kelly's Hew*s»" (GP) 3:50, 9.20; "Where Eagles Dare," (GP) 1,«:». PorUMno: "The Big Switch," and "Angel of Love," plus Adult Shorts, continuous from 12:30. Valley Art: "Man and Wife," 7, 8:30,10. ' CONDITIONED | HAYDEN EAST 1348 N SCOTTSOftU RD • TeMPE . 967 78S9 MATINEE EVERY DAY THIS WEEK PATTON STARRING GEORGE C. SCOTT -AND- KARL MALDEN "****" NewYor*Di//yN«iM The epic American war movie that Hollywood has always wanted to make, but never had the guts to do.before'. N*w Vcik Times Scoff Hits New High As 'Patton' • . LARRY RUMMEL Gazette Entertainment Writer SPECIAL 1:30 SCHEDULED 5tOO PERFORMANCES! 8t30 I CONDITIONED I CAMELBACK MALL 7033 EAST CAMELBACK RD 947 3761 CASTS DAYS! CIKVM1U nclUUM vox ELUOTT GOULD CANDICE BERGEN AT114IOUMTIAITWOOO o Eagles Dare *** FORMAN-NACE WALK-IN THEATRES +** 'BLOCK.BU$TING..,ASUR£FIREHIT!' — Dorothy Manners, i./, Herald-Exominer »ROSS HUNTER » U MK'I.>, lUHHAMASTET- KMHARflll I'l.uimi.l ii*!L«H w . JACQutLmiiisstTl •ifiMilLr« 6EOME KENNEDY NELfN HAYES VAN HKUN MAUMtEM StAKETM IAMYNtt$ON LIOYD NOLAN 947.5495 I DANAWYNTER BARIANA HALE NMRY! FINAL 7 DAYS! ROBERT MORSE StEFANtE POWERS PfHL SILVERS fil« • MM- BETHANY V^ A I K I M I WM t4flj|Aj M^f «lM^flr«'Af. tevim 'Kelly's Heroes' "cATtoy Named CfiorliiT Vrown" TECHNICOLOR TOMT! TODAY! all-COLOR! NEW DEPTHS OF ON HQI^EB/VCK rides before it A mad dog • runs behind When the banshee cries the sidhe answers And someone else will die. NATIONAL GENERAL PICTURES PRESENTS R ALL-COLOR Watch out! Vincent PRICE Black Ci Hi|ltwiy it Northirn 943-9112 ite ,»MFRONINILRNAI10N»l *"' FIRST PHOENIX 100 RIFLES A MARVIN SCHWARTZ Production HOWE MMtRHM-UIMHni __ URTREYNQ LIMITED ENGAGEMENT!! ROBERT REDFORO LL-COLOR P GER4LDINECHAP11N BOTCH CASSHftr MID THeSONOflHCeWO ATAUEWOOD MOB NMN «eMT«l FUWM" Cofer Anuy" Peter Qraves James Daly * COLOR r ASIAN m.|f||HHIWIPHMOMOII OOLOKFUTUM NOONIUNMR COLOR FIATUH NOONIUNOIII 1«APMIlT7Ii> "THE HOOKED OENIRATIOr COtOft

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