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The New Films Doris Day in 'EggroW at Gateway ; 'Don't Look flacV- St ran J, Hollywood Briefly, in "With Six You Get L'ggroll," there is this widow with three sons and this widower with a high school graduate-age daughter. They engage in a brief courtship, they marry and then sweat out the acceptance of this adult romance by their offspring. Sound familiar?. Well original it isn't - it could even be written-off as a cut-rate version of "Yours, Mine and Ours" but originality isn't the only criterion, by a long shot, for judging the entertainment value of any production, stage, screen or television. - I The simple truth Is that an adult romance, in a romantic comedy, has an enormous appeal to many who are just a bit weary of the calf-like mating dances of the "liberated" teenager in such offerings as "The Graduate." "FEVER HEAT" NOW AT THESE CONVENIENTLY LOCATED THEATRESI ARCADE South Sid EASTWOOD Frankstown Rd. ECHO DR. Rt. SI S. IN HARMAR DR. IN Harmarvlll. LE0NA Homtitead NEW GRANADA Centra Avtnu. PARKWAY McKs Rack! SOUTH HILLS Dormant STARLITE DR. IN Waifard STARTS SUNDAY GARDEN North Sid GREATER PGH. DR. IN Rout 30 I. GREENTREE DR. IN rantra SHERIDAN SQUARE last llbtrty WHITEHALL rntwd PARK FREE! I Hra. Fra Parllna At 14 Indoor Garaqat, Evenings A Sunday ten & -PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTHi FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, , Doris Day, who has starred in quite a number of silly-funny though not tragic (except by mistake) movies, has, at 44, finally lost her chaste (chased) image. With this loss she has also demonstrated a most rewarding acceptance of maturity. She is given no small amount of help by the most accomplished actor Brian Keith. Their co-starring may not have been made in heaven, but as presented in this movie their screen marriage would appear to have the blessings of common sense and the substance of maturity which, as here combined under Howard Morris' direction, make this hour and 35 minutes thoroughly enjoyable grown-up entertainment. There are many small flaws a repetition of the kid In the bed bit on the wedding night is one and an oversimplification of the conflict between generations. But the quartet of writers obviously figured there is just so much you can tackle in 95 minutes and there is little reason to question their decision. Pat Carroll, Barbara Her-shey, Alice G h o s 1 1 e y and George Carlin, naming the humans, and Lord Nelson, in the canine performing ranks, are just the right people, and best friend to have on hand. "With Six You Get Eggroll" won't get anyone concerned an Oscar. It should, however, en-gender enough laughs to drown out the "in group" enthusiasm which so often ac-companies the Academy Award announcements W. F. . 'Don't Look Back' Strand, Hollywood By DEBORAH LITTLE Joan Baez Harris, in her first book, "Daybreak," published about a month ago, recalls the period when she travelled with "Bobbie" Dylan with the fondness of someone who's had the gift of a meaningful friendship. It was while they were together tha Dylan (whose real name is Zimmerman) toured England in the Spring of 1965. D . A. Pennebaker followed them, Alan Price, D y 1 a n 's manager Albert Grossman and the rest of the entourage, taping over 20 hours of film. "Don't Look Back" Is the 90-minute . result. The documentary Is as pure a film as we could hope for. It is artistic, uncomplicated, honest and asks no apologies. Its "actors" (perhaps because of the type of people they are, or maybe because the camera chased them around for so long )are not the least bit self-conscious. Filled with the folk-poet's best songs ("Gates of Eden," "The Times They Are A'Changin." "Don't Think Twice," "Hattie Carrol 1," etc.) and many conversations, taped at concerts, in hotel rooms and during interviews, "Don't Look Back" will offend World Championship R.C.A. APPROVED North Washington Rodeo Grounds 17 Miles Nortn of tutUr on Routt 38 August 13 thru 17 8:30 P. M. Spentertd by N. 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