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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 1Q The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Frl.. July 1-'. 197I_ Show Business By Marilyn Beck HOLLYWOOD (NVH P.IUlllM'Um it i'.UK .1 hut pnUtii. In: I Di-nins s'sil is ivinx ahead with pi.ins KI produce "The Happy Hooker KnciiUiiui (the Harvard and Columbia law si made the fine film, was in town uvrk M-.iivhinK for an ac- tress in play X.ruer.c lii'llamit-r. now "f the happy hank arri'uni since imhlishiiu; IIIT professional rets While search h'riecll.isd already is happily iiis future bank ac- enunl "We don't start shiiiitins! until fall." hi- says, "and I've alreadv lieen approached for tie-ins with iiKinufactiirers nf ladies' iiniti'rwvar. bar glasses. T-shirts, Hatches, swim sails and Ini'.iur Interestingly (eoii singing than ever before Lyrics are the most crucial element ul a song lo Breuila "Everything I've ever sung 1 tried to sing with feeling, as if I had lived it, because 1 put a lot of respect in audiences and people who buy records and people who listen to the radio Know Put On "They know when a person [eels something or is putting them on." Helaxing in her suburban Nashville1 home with her two daughters. Julie, 9, and Julie. 7, iireuda says she is not worried about her professional future. She plans to continue playing in clubs in the United States and abroad and to keep recording. She also plans to keep taking care of her family. "In our business, there are two ways you can take she' says. "You can choose to have success that you can live with and be satisfied with, or you can wink lor lli.il superstar ilcim goal to have all this mon- ster success and all Ihis money, bill then on the iv.nl gelling it. you lose your per spectues Music Category'.' Brenda doesn't like her music to be as either popular rnunlry-wes- tern. She has sold well in both markets and sung all types of songs to all types of the of Kngland on down. Her first single' recording was a rendition of Hank Williams' a country-western song. But her million sellers, including "I'm Sorry" and "Sweet were pop songs. Her latest single, released last month by MCA Records, is called "Four Poster a She! Silverslein song written for her. Her latest album, "Sunday Sunrise" came nut on MCA late- last year, and she expects In Olhcr Worries last week from her tour in Japan since including show sin Tokyo. Sapporo. Osaka and Hiroshima. Brenda had more cm her mind than singing. Her contractor Charles Ucinme Schcklctt. was with pneumonia and her daughters demanded her attention. "1 don't look at my she' said. "I take' it a day at a lime I don't have time to sit down and worry 'Are Uremia Lee's records going to sell next year, or is Brenda Lee going to be able to gel show dates'.1' If I did that. I'd go nuts." ON THIS DATE in 1957. a 211-year-old student at Harvard, Prince Karim. became the Aga Khan and leader nf 20 million Ismaili Moslems after the death of his grandfather. MON. THRU FRI. 2 P.M. to 8 P.M. SAT. SUN. 2-5-8 THE TIMES 70 IS BRINGING THE MOST ENTERTAINING MOVIE OF A LIFETIME BACK, FOR THE FIRST TIME IN YEARS, IN THE VERY SPECIAL PROCESS OF 70 Millimeter NOW SHOWING! CHILDREN UNDER DODGERS.-, IIAMMLIfjrmv iMiARnmic'.EBs I (wui) HAMMPIMYIMI IT HAS BEEN ALMOST ONE LONG GENERATION SINCE IT WAS RELEASED. SEE WHY IT ORIGINALLY PLAYED THE TIMES 70 THEATRE FOR 65 WEEKS SHOWINGS DAILY AT 2 8 SAT.-SUN. 2-5-8 AVI. At full PARKING.' TIMES 70 SURRpONp SPtAKIBS? The Biggest Howl Unleashed! The scientists want to collar him. The crooks want to steal him. Digby-the biggest howl in the world PLAZA 'UNDAll KAZA NOW SHOWING SHOWS DAILY AT
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