Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on November 4, 1969 · Page 47
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 47

Phoenix, Arizona
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Tuesday, November 4, 1969
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Cinemafare in the Valley of the Sun lecturing at Uof A Films released after Nov. 1, 19« carry the- Code Rating of th« Motion picture Association of America. (6) Suggested for general audience* of all ages. (M) Suggested for mature Audiences (parental discretion advised). (R) Restricted. Persons under 18 must be Accompanied by parent or guardian. (X) No one under 18 vear* of ase Admitted. PHOENIX THEATERS Bethany Cinerama: "Alfred the Great," (M) 5:50, 9:50 "Great Bank Robbery," (M) 8:10. Chris-Town: "Battle of Britain," (0)7:15,9:35. Cine Capri: "Taket he Money and Run," (M) 7:15, 9:30. Continental: "Guess Who," and "Baby," continuous from 12:30. Fox: "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," (M) 1:45, 5:45, 9:45; "Stalking Moon," (0)3:45,7:45. Hayden West: "Oliver," (0)8. Palms: "Marlow," (M) 7, 9:05. Paris: Adult movies continuous from noon. Sombrero: "Those Were the Happy Times,"7:30,9:35. Thomas Mall: "Medium Cool," (X) 1:50,5:50, 9:45; "Alfie," 3:45, 8:40. Tower Plaza: "True Grit," (G) 1:30, 5:45, 10; "Those Daring Young Men," (0) 3:40,7:55. Vista:"! Am Curious (Yellow)," (X) 1:35, 3:40, 5:45, 8, 10:IS. DRIVE-IN THEATERS Acres: "Chamber of Horrors," 6:30, 10:40; "Spirits of the Dead," 8:35. "Big Sky: "Nightmare in Wax," 7:14; "Tammera, the Invincible," 9:09; "Blood of Dracula's Castle," 10:45. CinemaPark: "Great Bank Robbery," (M) 6:30, 10:50; "Alfred the Great," (M) 8:40. Indian: "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," (M) 7, Pancho Villa's son to stand in for John Wayne Enrique Villa, Mexico City actor and son of Mexico's famed Pancho Villa, is John Wayne's stand-in in "Chisum," the Warner Bros, motion picture western now being filmed in Durango, Mexico. ' 'V'ua also will portray the town blacksmith in the film. Andrey V. McLaglen is directing the Batjac Production with Andrew J. Fenady producing and Michael Wayne as executive producer^ 10:50; "Mission Stardust," (G)9:10. Mustang: "King Kong vs. Godzilla," 7:07; "Phantom of the Opera," 8:52; "Evil of Frankenstein," 10:32. Northern: "Those Daring Young Men," (0) 6:30, 11:15; "True Grit," (G)9:05. N u -V i e w: "Road to Nashville,"6:30; "Las Vegas Hillbillies," 8:45; "Hillbillies in the Hounted House," 10:35. Oasis: "Gone With the Wind," 7:15. Peso: 'Atacan Los Brujas," 6:30, 10:15; "Las Ado- lescentes," 8:20. Phoenix: Love Bug," (0)7, 12; "Happiest Millionaire," 9:10. Pioneer: "Daddy's Gone a Hunting," (M) 6:30, 10:35; "Chastity," (R) 9. Rodeo: "Nightmare in Wax," 7:14; "Tammera, the Invicible," 9:09; "Blood of Dracula's Castle," 10:45. Round-Up; "Midnight Cowboy," (X)6:50, 10 :45; "First Time," (M)9:10. Silver Dollar: "Good Guys and Bad Guys," (M) 6:30, 11; "Great Race," 8:30. Thunderbird: "Journey to the Far Side of theSun," (G) 7. 10:45; "Eye of the Cat," (M) 8:55. VALLEY THEATERS Camelback Mall: "Easy Rider," (R) 7:30, 9:25. Glen: "True Grit," (G) 8:45; "Young Billie Young," (G)7. Hayden East: "Funny Girl," (G) 8. Kachina Cinerama: "Mad Woman of Chaillot," (G) 7, 9:30. KiVa: "Sweden, Heaven and Hell," (X) 7, 8:40, 10:20. en Deadly Sins,," 8:40. Mesa: "True Grit," (G) 8:55; "Young Billie Young," (G)7. Portofino: "Hot Lead,"plus beaver shorts, continuous from!2:30. Valley Art: "2201: Apace Odyssey," (G) 8. TUCSON *- Alexander Tcherepnin, composer-pianist, will visit the University of Arizona campus this week for a lecture and a concert featuring his works. Thursday at 3:40 p.m. he will address UofA music faculty and students in Crowder Hall. The lecture is free to the public. On Friday at 8 p.m. in Crowder Hall faculty and student artists will honor Tcher- epnin by performing a program of his works. Dr. Gordon Epperson, cellist, and Robert Muczynski, pianist, will present 6 of the 12 Preludes for Cello and Piano, Opus 38. The two also will play with James Barber, violinist, Tcherepnin's Trio, Opus 34. Orphans for wives NEW DELHI (AP) - The city government announced it is seeking husbands for 16 orphan girls, 18 to 22. To qualify, a young man must be under 30 and earn more than $26.50 a month. SEE WHAT MAN REALLY FOUND ON THE MOON! tit space odyssey 8PM PANAVISION*- Ml ONLY OLOR 142 E. WASHINGTON - Ph. J5MJ7I CONTINUOUS FROM UiM FIRST RUN HITS! NEW PROGRAM EVERY WEDNESDAY NO ONE UNDER 18 ADMITTED THURSDAY - NOV. 6 (SENIOR CITIZENS DAY) at the ARIZONA STATE FAIR 1O:OO a.m. GRANDSTAND STAGE Don't miss this twO'hour Sun City resident musical review, featuring;- T*rJivy Jazz Band -A-Swinging Square Dancers * Wonderful Women's Chorus * Harmonious Handbell Ringers if Rhythmatic Round Dancers * Melodious Male Chorus See it all on Senior Citizens Pay at the Arizona State Fair, Nov. 6, NO ADMISSION CHARGE FOR THIS GRANDSTAND SHOW! Americas MP« F«m«u» SBSort-Retlrenient Community A PEL E. \VftlB CCKPORATION COMMUN11V IJ 12 Mi, N.W, Of Phoenix Out Grand FEATURE & SHORTS IN COLOR BE GLAD They still make pictures like this! NATIONAL GENERAL COMPANY WEST COAST THEATRES RUN HIT! IN COLOR 7, 8:40, 10:20 No Admittance Under 18 Yrs. PWTQHT HAMCINSL towerplawt "fl. ••*• LAST TIMES TODAY! JOHN WAYNE Plus: "Those Daring •Young Men In Thsir Jaunty Jalopies'' Open Daily 1 P.M. Ph 273-1711 Starts TOMORROW! -AT 2 THEATRES-* THUNDERBIRD DRIVE-IN THEATRE Filled with Magic! Battle. W In Color CHRIS-TOWN "LLSTAR 5707 N. 19th AYS. / CAST! 264-6161 FREE PARKING EXCLUSIVE OPEN 7 P.M. PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT BEDFORD KfflHARINEROSS., BUTCH CflSSlDYANO THE SUNDANCE KID DOWNTOWN - COLOR CO-HITi "STALKING Washington at first St. 254-4114 GREGORY PECK (Open 1:30 Continuous OF THE SIOT GLENDALE/ THUNDERBIRD DRIVE-IN I 59th Ave. / off Camelback / 939-5222 I COLOR CO-HIT [M] "eye of THE CAT" MICHAEL SARRAZIN OPEN 6:30 SHOW 7 VISTA 215 No. Central Ave./ 252-7466 FEATURE AT 1:35 • 3:40 5:45 • 8:00 10:15 Darby (fGHtahd TECHNICOLOR' \m Walt DUncy MM\m FAMILY CO-HIT-WALT DISNEY'S "THE PARENT TRAP" Bethany , .Theatre •'• 2324 W. Bqihany Home .'••' 264-4708 • STARTS TOMORROW WED., HOY. 5th GOLD, BEAUTY, HONOR & INNOCENCE ROBERT SHAW CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER LEONARD WHITING MICHAEL CRAIG -IN"THE ROYAL HUNT THE SUN" FREE COLISEUM SHOWS! YOUR.GATE ADMISSION is your ticket to the Coliseum show of your choice on that day, Just SAVE the STUB on your gate admission ticket and present it at the Coliseum door, There's no additional charge, so go to the Fair every day and see the greatest parade of stars ever! NO SEATS RESERVED i,. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED, Doors open 1 hour before showtime. TODAY! TOMORROW! at 8:00 p.m. PHOENIX SUNS PRO BASKETBALL NBA regular season game vs, New York AT 6:30 & 9:00 P.M. BOBBIE GENTRY BOBBY GOLDSBORO FREE GRANDSTAND SHOWS! 3:30 &7:00 p.m. JERRY VAN DYKE Also starring Candy Candido, The Great fallen- das, The Bumpy Family $ Leonardo ALL THIS AND MORE! * Rex Allen, Official Fair Host, will meet & greet Fairgoers! • GIANT MIDWAY! • "TORS ON TOUR" SHOW! * 50,000 EXHIBITS! * PLAZA SHOWS! Bill Clifford and his Orchestrj ADMISSION: $1.80 Adults, 5Q* Children, 12 years and under. Open 10:00 AM to Midnight * State Fairgrounds • W. McDowell & 19th Ave. MUSTANG DRIVE-IN $1.50 PEP. CAU "King Kong vs. G-ediilln" "Phantom Of the Opera" "Evil Of Frankenstein" A * ' A/Ui. PhoenLt, Toes., Nov. 4, 1969 The Arizona Republic 2,1 t'i"Vti"rV CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE DAILY 1 P.M. FIRST-RUN MOVIE No On* Under 16 Admittod PLUS FUN CO-KIT! "ALFIE" with MICHAEL CAINE "BUTCH CASSIDY « [MJ THC SUHBANCS KID" A "MISSION STARBUST" HDIAN^m J7lh Av*. el IndJcm Sctwel 74-»S J TODAY 7:0049:10 P.M. James Garner Gayle Hunnicutt 'Marlowe" 4*1 PALMS No. Central & Virginia "insanely Sunny" -TIME MAGAZINE WOODY ALLEN'S "TAKETHE MONEY AND RUN" cine CAPRI HOW H.OEW-S . • • • . HAYDEN EAST TODAY t P.M. Tomorrow (lit I For Reservation! ACADEMY AWARD ffl BEST ACTRESS!! •BARBRASIREISAND^ HAYDEN WEST TODAY at 8 P.M. . TOMORROW it 2 H P.M. for Reservations PMIMSH Special Child. Mentl.II' Best Picture of the Year 2'NEW HORROR-PACKED BLOOD-CURDLERS! • NO ONE IS SAFE... from these DEADLY VAMPIRES!! TOMORROW AT GLEN THEATRE! * ACRES DRIVE-IK ^SOUTHWEST ' QfanunENBiz SHOW STARTS AT 6:30 LAST "ALFRED THE ORE AT" DAY/ ''GREAT BANK ROBBERY" DRIVE-INS OPEN 6 P.M. OPEN 8:45 FEATS. 1:00-9:30 Kachina : .^Theatre 52) N. Old Scotti , : .947-5495 -The- wo ofCfHHLLOT Katharine Hepburn • Yul Brynner (o)' «ZJn ' TECHNICOLOR . I Bethany • 'Theatre ' . . 2324 W. Bethany Homo <•.'.• ' 26*6708 •'-';; OPEN 5:30 '7\lfred;the Great" . rfhe dissenter king? Fanavision'and Melrocolor COtOR CO-HIT 1 CUNT WALKER ! "THE QREAT BANK ROBBERY": Round-Up , Drive-In Theatre 6599 E. Thomas Hd. : 945-5441 . DRIVE-IN HIT FEATURIS 6:50-10*45 CO.HIT Jacueline Bisset Rfckung United Arluts) IUICCA I02S.McDonald II1CJH 9B4-6295 OPBNAI45 AIR POLLUTION wfln, BODY ODOR, HARD FIZZ A BOILS, VEHERCISE, HAIRY MUSICIANS^ SMILINC HEROES, EXPLOSION! POPULATION , AST "TRUE GRIT" DAY/ "THOSE DARING YOUNG. MEM" STARTS TOMORROW! If you don't like CommoiweallhUnlled IN ASSOCIATION WITH you'll love .OUT SUNK AVERT SHERRY SHEPPfRO wlhKEENAH ED WMM 1W~i8S88ffim'mm< TECHNICOLOR® BRIGITTEBARDOT-ALAIN DEION "{SPIRITS oi me HE AD " . ( COLOR vW'i SP" 1 .' «'. ."3C- JOHN WAYNE TECHNICOLOR cei.once.MiT ROBERT MITCHUM-ANGIE DICKINSON UMO. in"YOUMO. BILLY YOUNQ" WALT DltNKY PRQORAM WALTDIINEY'* "THE HAPPIEST MILLIONAIRE" with FRED MACMURRAY 91.50PIRCAR CAROLWHITEPAULBURK 0 3 ALL COLOR FAMILY HITS! , «. ........ - VW > n |>- r~- 1"CHASTITY" with CHER I $ 1.28 PI* C A« OPIH 6 P.IH llOSAOQUSCthI(S,SU!>IIOI[l ADD*D.«QOUNTIIY OOYQTeOQIIHOLUWPOD'' "CHAMBER! OF HORRORS" TONY CURTIS < THE GOOD GUVS U'^IT; SWTHBBMIiBVS 18 *"" 5 HILLBILUS INA HAUHTEDHOUir 1 MAHtY^.]) LASVEQA5 •mBSrf? ""*»»wr MAGN/F/COI ;«ATAOAN! LAS BRUSAS"

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