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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Morrissey's Going Hollywood By l.inda Drutsth Morrissey, Andy Warhol's pro- m underground mm >m welnlcsl Mlhiult is eoiiiK Hollywood tu eslablishmeni rank by a X-rated movie guaranteed to wipe mil viewers. Reviews uf Warhol's Frankenstein" done by Morrissey. (he movie is tied Warhol in spiril and for io hurrahs. In addition to a crew of familiar i haraciers from Morrissey's other films "Head" r.nd "Klrsh" limbs, entrails and corpses pop out of the screen via ,'tl) in After a while, waiting for the next bloody scene is like ridiiif; a roller coaster, kiinwiii-' a I box-office reasons ranged from calraI plunge is ciiiiiiiu- and, when it KiliU-s, winn. Wbeeeceee le.uk at the fake human blood. Huron Frankenstein, played I'liii Kiel spen.l.-, his dine kldnapini; ami cutting up >inins: people, then sew HIJ; tiwlhcr tlieir disparate parts into a matchini: pair of siipcrcrcalurcs male and female who him ;i masier race. Deeper Than ('.ore Tile film is deeper than Ihe t-'iire. It represents Morrissey's vision of a new Keneritlinii of passionless, almost l! also shows his disgust with mamslream culture its death machines, sham. and obsession with youth. I.anky. lilne-jeaned Morris- sey, :lli. is iileased that film execnlives, publicists and agents have found the film perversely fascinating. The Cousin Brucie Wins Ky John Rockwell NF.W YORK (NYT) Cousin Brucie Morrow, the rock disk jockey who has dominated the nighttime radio ratings in the New York area over the lasl decade, is leaving tt'ABC and taking over Wolf- man .lack's competitive slot on WN'BC. Simultaneously it has been announced that the flamboyant Wulfman, who had been hired by WNBC to challenge Morrow's position, is leaving Now York and returning to Los Angeles. Morrow will begin work Aug. at WNBC. His contract at WABC runs until Aug. 15, but Rick Sklar, director of station operations, said he was not sure whether Morrow would be back on WABC when his vaca- tion ends. Sid Bernstein, who has recently been hired as Morrow's manager, said that the disk joskey "simply needed a change." "He had 13 happy years at ABC. We got a substantial increase from NBC, but I have a hunch we could have go; the same from ABC. We just didn't want to Bernstein said. A spokesman for Wolfman Jack said that Ihe disk jockey's wife and children had never accustomed themselves to liv- ing in New York, and that his constant shuttling back and forth across the country tu ful- fill television obligations in Los Angeles had taken its toll. the Wolfman said in a prepared statement, "you have to choose between one love and another." The Wolfman will continue as host of his syndicated radio programs and as master of ceremonies for "Midnight the NBC-TV rock show, both based in Southern California. He will also appear in several as yet unannounced films, according to the spokes- man. The New Urbana Feed Implement Friday Night: "DIXIE FLYER" pitcher beer Saturday Night "REGGIE BRUCE" Dancing. Broasted Chicken, Pizza p.m. to a.m. Draport inn low Open Sunday Serving Dinner From 11 A.M. Io P.M. Dancing from P.M. to P.M. To Bud The Country Music Masters Serving Your Favorite Cocktail Seer OnOldHwy. 218 l Miles of Kirkwood College Phone 848-4145 12 o "DAVE DIGHTON" FREE-Wadding Anniversary Of Mr. 8 Mrs. Marvin Hinrichs 1 3 e "BEAU GESTE" Top 40 S Old Rock Music PRAIRIE MOON BALLROOM Dress Up Rules Res. 437-2271 GAS LAMP Convenient parking in our ramp DOWNTOWN EVENING Monday Fried Chicken Tuesday Swiss Steak Wednejday Fish Fry Thursday Raasl Pork I Dressing Dinners include Potato, Solod, Beverage Evening Specials With Our Salad Bar Included OR YOU MAY ORDER FROM OUR REGULAR MENU SUNDAY NOON BUFFET In thi "Cionory Room 11 30o m -7 p.m. Select from Several Moots
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