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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 14, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa DOWNTOWN PRODUCTIONS MOWAT! LUXURIOUS LIVING ROOM THIATftf WITH ROCKING-CHAIR Si ATS DOWNTOWN 363-8311 Tonight at 7>40 A 9t30 Sat. A Sun. at 1:10-4:00 3:30-7:40-9:30 It's The Funniest SKI-FOR-AU ever to hit the slopesl GU tutti tUMUKH .ii .Qts *ow»?«o « BANNED IN 36 C °r, B Jc! L S ECUT' CM ^ IT NOW WITHOUT A SINGLE CUK Starts TONIGHT SCWSS-BOOHOUCH! It s fractured trees and flying skis Its a SNOW BALL! WI LD, WI LD FUN! FROM THE JUNGLE TO THE GYM... HE S THE GREATEST k STMRIHC WHAT REALLY DEAN NANCY HARRY KEENAN GEORGE JONES • OLSON • MORGAN • WYNN • LINSEY At 2:00-5:30-9:05 n UJKIM AMMI nm UF <> NOW! OPEN DAILY at 1:30 P.M. 393-8439 PLAZA LINDALE PLAZA TIM CONWAYjAN MICHAEL VINCENTJOHN AMOS At 3:50 and 7:30 MATINEES DAILY! Children—14 and Under $1.00 Adults—$2.00 HELD OVER! 3RD BIG WEEK! IN 70 MM SUPER WIDESCREEN STRACK PRnoRnmnscOPE (MC. HAWI) (UMAN PWt SENTS WORLD’S MIGHTIEST ADULT FILM THE Mf OHIO 'S MINTIEST IDIOT FILM! Sorry, no po* tot ac copied Tor tim engagement IOWA PREMIERE SHOWING at 2:00-3:35-8:00-9:33 — X — No One Under I 8 Admitted •EVERT FANTASY YOU'VE EVER HAO ABOUT SEX IS A PART OF THIS COMEOr lf fSRV MA* J *YtV iv TIMES 364-8613 CHILDREN UNDER 14-SI.OO ADULTS $200 RATED T> POR ALL AGES dam?*?un ml Sinbad battles the creatures of legend NOW! OPEN DAILY AT 1:00 PM "...One of the most imaginative, ■ technically ingenious and provocative films I ve seen in some time." -CHARLES CHAMPLIN. L.A, Times Entertainment Editor "John Boorman has fashioned a new genre in 'Zardoz — what you might call metaphysical-theological science-fiction.” -DAVID SHEEHAN. CBS-TV SEAN CONNERY, ZARDOZ Aiso-stjrring CHARLOTTE. RAMPLING GOES ON BEHIND ALL THE GUTTER and GLAMOUR ? Group I Films, Ltd. presents A movie never see on TV I IN BLAZING COLOR OPEN TONIGHT AT 7:00 P.M. SAT. at 2:00 P.M. Pl TH EATRES KMART CENTER W<D/W. *W-M6'73.I PLENTY OF FREE PARKING Week after week . . . month after month It Breaks All Records! PG Starts TONIGHT! They Made The 20’s Roar With Laughter! ITALIAN CCAffrn K iel Intimation* 1 Helen** II SilKIlM u , | v*\. VKI I ll* <««*«* THE MOST POPULAR PICTURE OF OUR TIME! Yours to see again, again . . and again. Bl LIY JACK MIN • DELORES TAYLOR ™ TOM feeling LAI that made the same warm "Sounder” last year’s best-loved film ‘‘A beautiful story for all ages, filmed with great wisdom and tenderness.’ _ REX where the lilies bloom a Robert B Radmtz him [G] UMM. ammi. EK V* ..—'IIM * Comedian Bob Hope Recalls His Childhood By NHI Bittier ( I,EVELAND, Ohio (AP) -Comedian Boh Hope celebrated his recent 71st birthday by recalling' his childhood days in Cleveland when he he I [ted his brother in a butcher shop. "I did everything.” he said ‘‘I plucked the chickens and ground the hamburger, and when things were slow, I posed in the window with an apple in my mouth ” Hope said ins brother used to he so proud of him he’d take out a full page newspaper advertisement any time he was playing Cleveland “But now he jiisi hangs a ham in the window." Hope said. Hope drew verbal bouquets for the decades of entertainment he’s provided Ile also got a telegram from President Nixon and a standing ovation from the 7411 persons who paid $1(10 a plate to honor him. Proceeds went lo the United Service Organizations, the service group for which he has made many tours to visit servicemen There were tongue-in-cheek remembrances, such as the gold inlaid pool cue presented to “Ace Hope” by armed services representatives “as a reminder of how you spent your childhood in Cleveland.” Ile said he had spent so much time hanging out in the Alhambra pool hall "I had to chalk my fingers before I could pick up a fork Hope was quick with the political one-liners for which he is famous “Watergate is giving dirty polities a had name,” he said. Hope said he felt sorry for his friend Nixon: “The President called Diai-A-Prayer the other day and they hung iii) on him.” But then he turned serious “PII always he proud of this President for just bringing the guys home from Vietnam.'' he said. “If he brings off this thing in the Mid-East, through Kissinger, he will go down in history as a great President, the one who averted World war II!” Hope was referring to Secretary of State Henry Kissinger’s Middle East diplomacy. GAS LAMP BAR OPEN SUNDAY NOON TO 10 P.M. .oosErnn MOTOR BOTEL Convenient parking •n our ramp DOWNTOWN Theater Time For Friday COMMUNITY TH KATER -“The Effects of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds” — 8. PARAMOUNT - “The Models” - 7 40, 9:30 Saturday matinee — “The Models” - 2:10, 4, 5:55 IOWA - “Zardoz” - 1:40, 3:40, 5 40, 7:40, 9 40 WORLD — “The Golden Voyage of Sinbad” — 1:30, 3:20, 5:20, 7:25, 9:25; shorts — 3:15, 5:10, 7:10, 9 IO TIME'S — “Panorama Blue” - 2, 3:25, 8, 9 25. PLAZA — “Snowball Express” — 2, 5:30, 9 05; “The World's Greatest Athlete” — 3 50, 7:20. STAGE I — ‘‘American Graffiti” - 7:45, 9 50 Saturday matinee — “American Graffiti” — 2:35, 4 40. STAGE 2 — “Italian Graffiti” - 7:50, 9:35 Saturday matinee — “Italian Graffiti" - 2:40, 4 20. STAGE 3 - “Billy Jack’’ -7:40, 9:50. Saturday matinee — “Billy Jack” - 2:30 , 4 40. STAGE 4 - “Where Lilies Bloom” - 7:45, 9:40. Saturday matinee — “Where Lilies Bloom” — 2:45, 4:40. EASTOWN I - “The Exorcist” — 7:15, 9:30. Saturday matinee — "The Exorcist” — 2:15, 4:30 EASTOWN 2 - "The Poseidon Adventure” — 7, 9:15. Saturday matinee — "The Poseidon Adventure" — 2:30, 4 45 MARION — Features at ll, I. 3, 5. 7, 9, ll. COLLINS — "Battle for the Planet of the Apes" — 9; “Conquest of the Planet of the Apes" - 10:30; “The Planet of the Apes" — 12; “Beneath the Planet of the Apes" — 1.50. “Escape from the Planet of the Apes" — 3:30. TWIXT TOWN - "The Super Cops" — 9; “Elec-tra-Glide in Blue" — IO:50; "The Honkers" - 1. TWIN WEST - “The Candy Stripe Nurses" — 9:20; “The Young Nurses” — 11:05; "The Night Call Nurses” - 12:35. „ TWIN EAST - “Busting” -9:20; “Theater of Blood" — 11:10; “The Daughters of Satan" - 1. Hartman Weds PEORIA, 111. (AP) - David Hartman, 39, star of the NBC television series, “The Bold Ones", was married last week to Maureen Downey, 30. of Los Angeles.
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