Pittsburgh Post-Gazette from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on January 13, 1969 · Page 15
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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania · Page 15

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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Monday, January 13, 1969
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(MIIVIIIM By JACK BRADFORD The exodus to escape the Los Angeles area smog continues. This is no public relations g a m b 1 1 for Palm Sprines. but that's the Mecca for those seeking the pure air.Now Steve McQueen and his Nelle are checking out the real estate in that desert Mr. Bradford area 120 miles south. Bob Hope, with his extensive land holdings in the Springs, will begin to spend more time there. If someone with necessary financial backing would build some studios, thcre'd certainly be no problem securing the talent. . Now it's theMonkces who are breaking up their, quartet. Peter Tork's busting out and away, leaving Davy Jones, Mickey Doienz and Mike Ncs-mith to continue on as a trio. The Rod. Taylor-Mary Hilem divorce is practically in the bag.Ma'ry's lawyer takes all the credit saying, "When a wife isn't gready and a husband's fair, matters can be settled without expensive litigation." The financial settlement should be signed within two months. Columbia's so excited about Goldie Hawn, of "Laugh-In" the studio's ready to sign her for a second movie, "Girl In My Soup," to follow "Cactus Flower" starring Ingrid Ingrid Berman and Walter Matthau. Goldie won't be leaving "Laugh-In" for a while she's become too valuable her movies will be done during the day while she does her telev ision spots at night. Yves Montand has to watch his step while he's in Hollywood filming "On A Clear Day." He can't ignore . the Inevitable Hollywood party invitations and he doesn't want to create another Marilyn Monroe-type scandal. If he attends parties stag, every columnist will make a stab at the actress he's hiding and Si-mone Signoret will have to come over again to straighten things out for 'her husband. He attended the big party launching "On A Clear Day" but left alone. . . Seems strange Red Buttons and his Helayne should deny their upcoming divorce plans when we learn they'll begin the court battle February 20! Red doesn't want to sign the . property settlement he believes it most unfair. The set- Co.n 1 lAJa Should Yon Tell Your Child About God? Can you deny a child his right to know EnSSSSSSSa about God? Is religious training part rfTTTQ W7TVI7 of his heritage? Read one mother's 11110 V'lImLv decision next Sunday.January 19th. The ' A Scripps-Howard :i:i!i;i!i:iwi:i!i:i:iiiii:i:i:i!i:i:i:i:i:mtiii:i!i;ii!i:iiia:iiiri:i:i tlcment includes Helayne's receiving 15 per cent of Red's gross income from now on! That's something new for the court to consider. For music buffs, Francis Lai will do the music for the Rod Steiger Claire Bloom movie, "Three Into Two Won't Go." Lai's best known for the score of "A Man and a Woman." Another film biography of-Cole Porter is in the working stages. Based on the George Eells book, "The Life That Late He Led," the film will be titled "The Incredible Cole Porter Machine." Eells will prepare the screen treatment, at the same continuing with his book about those two Ifol-1 y w o o d columnists, Louella Parsons and Hcdda Hopper. "True Grit" starring John Wayne, has been completed to the tune of $6 million, which is quite a bit for a Wayne film. He usually makes them on a smaller budget which gives him a higher percentage of profit. In this way, Wayne can and does remain consistently one of our top 10 money makers. Now comes "True Grit" and they don't know whether they've got a comedy or a drama! It's a mixture and someone better figure it out before they start editing and putting the film together. Is this town going to be ready for another case of sibling rivalry? Mia Farrow's sister, Prudence, swore she'd never become an actress but she's gradually changing her mind. Prudence is being quietly tutored and groomed for stardom. Robert Culp's e x-w i f e, Nancy, married theatrical agent Steve Kibler. Now they've separated. 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CHATHAM CINEMA - Steve McQueen and Robert Vouohn In "Bullitt" ot 2. 4. 6, I and 10. ENCORE-Alon Bates and Dirk Bogarde In "The Fixer" at 7:15 and 9:30. FIESTA - Barbra Streisand and Omar Sharif In "Funnv Girl." Tonloht at 1:30. FORUM-Alan Bate and Dirk Bogarde In "The Fixer" ot 7:15 and 9:30. FULTON -Dick Van Dvke and Sally Ann Howes in "Chilly Chilly Bang Bang." Tomaht at 8:30. GATEWAY - Kirk Douglas and Alex Cord In "The Brotherhood" at 12, 2. 4. 6. 8 and 10. GUlLD-"Thereso and Isabella." Today 6, 8 and in. KING'S COURT-Rod Moody and Oliver Reed In "Oliver." Tonight ot 8:30. MANOR - Julie Andrews and Richard Crcnna In "Star." Tonloht at 8:15. NIXON -Fred Astolre and Perula Clark in "Finian'l Rainbow." Tonight at 8:30. PENTHOUSE-Undernround film ot 11, 1. 3, 5, 7, 9 and 10:30. Also, "Eager Beavers" film. PITTSBURGH PLAYHOUSE - Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn In "African Queen" at 7:30 and 9:30. SHADYSIDE-Ollvia Hussey and Leonard Whiting in "Romeo and Juliet" at 2:25, 5:05, 7:35 and 9:35. SQUIRRHL HILL-Pcter O'Toole and Katharine Hepburn In "Lion In Winter." Tonloht at 830. STANLEY-Ewo Aulln In "Candy" ot 12:0, 2:50, 5:10, 7:T5 and 9:55. WARNER - Rock Hudson and Ernest Boronine In "Ice Station Zebra." To night at 830. really hurts she was collecting $3500 a month alimony from Robert before marrying Steve. It kind of takes on the elements of a well-planned plot but we're not going to believe it. UPSTAIRS at BECK'S A bright new mujcal revue "HUMOR GALORE" GfN RAY LCNORB ANDREWS SATURDAYS AT 9 & II P.M. Resv. 341-0200 or 341-0664 TODAY AT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD THEATRE ARCADE (HE. l-lBM) Open 1:45 P.M. Peter Sellers "I Love You Alice B. Toklas" (Tech.). Also George C. Scott in "Petulla," color. ISIXLEVl'E (PO. 1-1SS4) David Niven in "The Impossible Years". 6:00. 9:20. Also Tony Anthony "The Stranger Returns." 7:35. CHESWICK EAST 3fi2-77.V) Jack Lemmon. 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