Thursday, October 10, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa ■ if I .24JL1A&JJU U..UUJ t-MUMJi'i I. <-.*. MIM*! Beck's Show Business Beat By Marilyn Beck HOLLYWOOD (NYT) -Flip Wilson insists hc*’s not interested in portraying tho late Louis Armstrong in the Paramount picture currently in the planning stages “liOuis told me quite a while before his death that if the picture were made, he wanted me playing Louie,** says Flip. “I feel flattered about that — but I can’t in-terrupt Flip to be Louie. Hight Theater Time for Thursday COMMUNITY THEATER “Jabberwock” — 7 30 STAGE 3 — “Dr Zhivago" • 8. PARAMOUNT — “Johnny STAGE 4 — “Mr. Mates* Tough” - 7 40. ft 30    tyk“    -    7.35,    9:35 IOWA — “Juggernaut’’ — 1:40, 3:45. 5:5ft, 7:5ft, ft 55 WORLD - “The Savage Sisters’’ - 2:10, 3:55. 5:45, 7:35, ft:2fl; shorts - 2. 3 40, 5:30 , 7.20 , 8 05. TIMES    -    "The Black Socks’’ - 2:15, 4, 5:50, 7.35, ft 25; shorts - 2, 3:40. 5:30, 7.10. ft:05. PLAZA — "Salty, the Sea Lion’’ - 7, ft. STAGE I - "ftfl 44/100 Per Cent Dead’’ — 7:45, ft:4fl. STAGE 2 — "The Tamarind Seed” - 7:30, »:50 EASTOWN I - "The Groove Tube" — 7:30, 8:55. EASTOWN 2 - "The Call of the Wild" - 7 15. 9:15 MARION I. 3. 5. 7. ft. Features at ll. COLLINS — "Frankenstein, Monster from Hell" — 7:45; "Captain Kronos, Vampire Hunter” — 8:5ft. TWIN WEST - "The Savage Sisters” — 7:50; “The Sisters” - ft: 35. TWIN EAST - "The Beast Must Die" - 7:50; "The Spectre of Edgar Allen Poe” - »:40 now I’m still laying the groundwork for someone to play Flip later on ” Wilson feels he can do justice to only one facet of a career at a time. and for the last five years has been concentrating on television — to the exclusion of nightclub and movie work Even with his series now off the air, he feels he's keeping plenty busy with tour upcoming NBC specials. By the time special number II is in the can, he’ll be organizing outlines for the third and fourth, to be broadcast during spring 1975 Andy Williams doubts if he’ll allow his three children by ( laudine Longet to play hookey from school to attend his concert debut at Manhattan’s Uhs theater on Oct. 16. But he has promised that all five of the Williams’ soon will be taking an even more exciting trip: To London and Gstaad. Switzerland, for the Christmas holidays. No, Andy and Claudine aren’t planning a reconciliation — just an other one of family trips their frequent Marilyn Beck ON THIS DATE in 1973, Spiro Agnew resigned as vicepresident under an agreement with the justice department to admit evasion of federal income taxes but avoid imprisonment. The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs., Pct, ll, 1974    21 George C. Scott, who will give his last. movie performance in “The Hindenburg ", will give his “live” swan song on Broadway next March in a revival of “Death of a Salesman”. which he’ll also direct. As soon as the show is off and running, Sir George will begin directing rehearsals for Eugene O’Neill’s 1924 work “All God's Chillun Got Wings” — to star his favorite leading lady (and the star of his “Savage Is I/wise” film), bride Trish Van Devere. VI*. Here in Hollywood, blues singer Linda Hopkins has had audiences at the Mark Taper Forum literally stopping her show with wild applause She’s concluding a run of “Me and Bessie”, a musical re-creation of the life of the late Bessie Smith And what a job Linda does bringing Bessie back to life with a voice filled with fire and soul! There s already talk of bringing the* show back to the Taper for an encore engagement ON OLD 218 3 MILES SO. PF ROUTE m • FRI. A SAT. NIGHTS • o 1happy ettm Restaurant Features Friday Night FISH FRY . All You Can Eat .... 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