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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 73

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Saturday, August 15, 1970
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Auditions tough ior Glen Campbell chorus line M~_ 4*JA«* •« A «4<M .« «... . _ _ .. 1 ;-J i *' Barbra's new musical movie Barbra Streisand falls into deep trance before psychiatrist Yves Montand in "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever," the Howard Koch-Jay Lerner musical comedy film opening Wednesday at Camelback Mall. By DON PAGE Los Afigetea Times Service LOS ANGELES -Itlooked like an Army recruit company in leotards. The shapely recruits were lined up in Studio B at Columbia Broadcasting System's Television City here, hoping to be inducted into the permanent chorus platoon for the Glen Campbell TV show. Who knows, maybe there's a Cyd Charisse in the crowd? "How about a Sid Caesar?" someone said, as a tubby little blonde limbered up. THE CAMPBELL producers ran a few inconspicuous ads in the entertainment industry trade papers and more than 200 girls responded. Choreographer Ron Poindexter assembled the ladies en masse and demonstrated the step they would perform for the audition. As the afternoon progressed, the selection narrowed. A number of perspiring, aspiring dancers failed their physicals. Now they would be called out of the crowd, six at a time, alphabetically. From the bulging group, a dozen girls would be chosen to participate in the final audition the next day. From that, only three would make the Glen Campbell Show — along with three male dancers from an- other audition in another hall (where there were decidedly fewer spectators). Puffing on a pipe, producer Jack Shea said, "You see the same dolls at every audition. They make a career out of it." THE LADIES were till, short stocky, sHm, curvy, clumsy, clever, hammy, graceful, swift and lovely in their movements. They could fill anything from the Campbell hour to the amateur hour. "First, they've got to dance well," Shea said. "Second, they've got to look well. Youthful." He puffed on his pipe. "Some of these girls I see are from five years ago. They're a little over the hill." Over-the-hills, though they danced well, were excused with a large number of under-the-hills and some, who never nude the grade at all. Poindexter, weary, asked the combo to change the tune once in a while. They did but the beat never changed. Nei- Movies in Valley Pllm* released after Nov. ' "icfura Association of 9 Am«rlc*. JSI ?"«••"«* fw WMMI .udltncM (GP) Suggested for mature audiences. (Parental discretion advised.) under (R) Restricted. Person* accomMnl0d °* untler VMr » PHOENIX THEATERS Bethany Cinerama: "Boat- niks," (G) 1:45, 5:40, 9:35; "Blackbeard's Ghost," (G) '1:50, 7:45. Chris-Town: Wallace and Company Show, 9, 11; "The Landlord," (R) 1:20, 5:30, 9:35; "The Lawyer," (R) 3:20, 7;25. ; Cine Capri: "The Out-of- Towners," (G) 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30,9:40. Continental: "The Three iSexateers," and "Kiss Me Mate," continuous from 12:30. . Downtown Cinema: "Kelly's Heroes," (GP) 3:16, 8; "Where Eagles Dare," (GP) 1,5:41,10:17. 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) 3:20, 8; "Where Eagles Dare," (GP) 1, 5:40, 10:25. . Palms: "Darling Lili," (G) 2, 4:30, 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 Plaza: "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 H: "Woodstock," (R) 1:15, 4:30, 7:30, 10:30. Westdale III: "Paint Your Wagon," (GP)1:30, 4:30, 7:30, 9:55. Westdale IV: "Paint Your Wagon," (GP) 2, 5:15, 8, 10:30. 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 C o n d o r," (R) 7:45, 11:45; "lOORifles," (R) 9:45. Nu-View: "Bullet for Pretty Boy," (GP) 7:45, 11:20; "Dunwich Horror," (GP) 9:40. "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, 12:11. R o u n d -U p: "The Hawaiians," (GP) 8, 12:25; "Five Man Army," (GP) 10:40. , ' . Sandi: "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly," 10:40; "For a Few Dollars More," 8. Silver Dollar: "El Condor," (R) 7:45, 11:45; "100 Rifles." (R) 9:45. Thunderbird: "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls," (X) 7:45, 11:45; "Only Game in Town," (GP) 9:35. VALLEY THEATERS Ounelback Mall: "Getting Straight," (R) 2:05, 4:35, 7:15, 9:50; "Magic Machines," 1:45, 4:15, 6:55, 9:30. Glen: "A Boy Named Char* lie Brown," (G) 1, 5:10, 9:20; "Chitty Chitty, Bang Bang," (G) 2:45, 6:55. Ray den East: "Patton," (GP) 1:30, 5,8:30. Kachina Cinerama: "Airport," (0)2,4:30,7:10,9:40. KiVa: "Without a Stitch," (X) 7:30,9:30. Los Arcos: "A Boy Named Charlie Brown," (G) 1, 4, 7, 10; "Norwood," (G) 2:25, 5:25, 8:25; Underground movies and rock jam session at midnight. Mesa: "Kelly's Heroes," (GP) 3:50, 9:20; "Where Eagles Dare," (GP) 1,6:30. Portoflao: "The Big Switch," and "Angel of Love," plus Adult Shorts, continuous from 12:30. Valley Art: "Man and Wife," 2:30, 4, 5:30, 7, 8:30, 10; Underground movies at midnight. LONG WALK DONE LAND'S END, England (AP) — Fred Caplen; 59, has finished pushing his wife in 'her wheelchair the length of Britain to raise money for an organization combatting multiple sclerosis, from which she suffers. Caplen and his wife, Edith, 60, once a cook for Sir Winston Churchill, completed the 970-mile trip from John O'Groat's, Scotland, in 36 days. 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