New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 22, 1982, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 22, 1982

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 22, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas Entertainment Hvrald-Zeitung Friday, October 22, 1982    8 BRONCO’S NO COVER Spotlight Fall fun Fall fun Give your Halloween costume a trial run this Saturday at the Fall Fun Festival at Holy Family Catholic Church. Or just come in your street clothes to try the games, refreshments and open-air dance. Music will be provided by Felipe Villanueva y Con junto. The event will run from 4 p.m. to midnight at 245 S. Hidalgo. Flipper flick The Cinema Theaters are offering a family special this weekend. Flipper's New Adventure will roll at I p.m. Saturday and Sunday, with a matinee price offered to all ages. South Texas Jam Johnny Matthews, Tim Henderson and T. Gosney Thornton will head a list of more than 20 artists to perform at a jam session Sunday at Texas Junction. The music will start at approximately 5 p.m. Club co-owner Leon Burns said six lead guitarists, two steel guitarists, three bass players and three drummers are on the list. Beer and fajitas will be served. Polyglot concert The Heritage Chorale is gearing up for its annual Wurstfest performance, scheduled for 4 p.m. Oct. 31 in First Protestant Church. The community choir will perform selections in German, Latin, Spanish and English. Canvas and clay The One Seguin Art Center has announced its sixth annual Painting and Sculpture Exhibition to open Nov. 21. Entries will be taken between Nov. 2 and Nov. 13. Previous exhibitions have attracted artists from all over Texas. This year’s show will be juried by Dr. Kenneth Prescott, chairman of the University of Texas art department, and Michael Frary, director-at-large of the Texas Watercolor Society. Frary is also associated with UT. Whiskey River Johnny Bush and the Bandoleros will play at Heidelberg Halle this Saturday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Interested Texas artists may submit up to three sculptures, paintings or works on paper. Sculpture must not exceed 200 pounds in weight or 72 inches in base measurement. Paper and canvas items may not exceed 60 inches in width. Paintings must be framed and prepared for hanging. The entry fee is $5 for each work. Entries should be mailed or hand-delivered to the art center at IID W. Mountain, P.O. Box 825, Seguin, Texas, 78155. A first prize of $400 is offered. ■ m M, J* MMM SS » READINGS CONFIDENTIAL w Contact * PROFESSOR IVAN0& * SISTER CRYSTAL 629-1486 Come and see why you are so unhappy Help in 4 love, business, health & all 4 lamily affairs    ^ 7 iM TO IO PW DAILY 249 Loop 337- Hwy 46 * I (Canyon Middle School) (FRONT OR BACK INTU ANCI FOR I    PRIVAT!    PARKING) I OOKfOrn WM ANNULER S au Nightlife On area screens Brauntex Theatre, 290 W. San Antonio — Jinxed (R). Show times 7:15 and 9:15 tonight and Saturday, 7:30 Sunday and weeknights. Also An Officer and a Crystal    Ch LOOP 337 — NEW BRAUNFELS Dance To The Music Of FRIDAY. OCT. 22 CANDEE & GORDON LAND & THE GOOLAKS ll SATURDAY, OCT. 23 LOFTIN CLINE! ♦ a a Coming Sun., Oct. Slst a a a THE MOODS O AV All ABI I FOK PHIVATF PARTIES KF CFPTTONS FTC FOB MOSE INFORMATION aiSiavATIONS AIS I 1*7 Texas’ Oldest Dance Hall Friday, Oct. 22 THE LOTIONS * FRIDAY NIGHT SPECIAL 10' LONGNECKS 8-9__ Saturday, Oct. 23 LEE ROY PARNELL Sunday, Oct. 24 4-8 NO COVER C.P.R CALL 625-9013 FOR INFO Gentleman. Show times 7 and 9:30 tonight and Saturday, 7:30 Sunday and weeknights. All seats discounted Monday night. No matinees this weekend. Cinema I&II, Walnut Square — Halloween III: Season of the Witch IR), starting tonight with shows at 7:15 and 9:15 each night. Saturday and Sunday matinees at 1:15, 3:15 and 5:15 (discount show). Also Fast Times at Ridge moot High IR). Nightly shows at 7 and 9, with Saturday and Sunday matinees at 3 and 5 p.m. (discount show). Special low-price family matinee, Flip per's New Adventure (G) at I p.m. Saturday and Sunday. In area clubs American Legion Hall, Seguin — Saturday: Ballroom dancing with I^o Heinrich. Bluebonnet Palace, IH 35 South — Tonight: Clifton Jansky. Saturday:    Abbey Edition. Bronco’s, Courtyard Shopping Center — Tonight:    Wild West Show Band. Saturday: Stormy. Crystal Chandelier, Ixiop 337 — Tonight: Candee and Gordon l.and A the Goolaks. Saturday : I^oftin Kline. Gruene Hall — Tonight: The lotions. Herald Office Hours: Mon-Friday 8:30-5:00 Saturday:    Lee Roy Parnell. Sunday, 4-8: CPR. Guadalupe Valley Winery Restaurant, Gruene — Tonight and Saturday, starting at 6:30 p.m.: Chella and Barbara on guitar and vocals. Roadhouse Lounge, Startzville — Tonight: The Beavers Brothers. Starting Gate, IH 35 South — Tonight: Terrah Sloane and Prairie Fire. Saturday: Bobby Baker. Texas Dance Hall, U.S. 281 South -Tonight:    Country Shadows. Saturday: Pop-O-Tops. Texas Junction, 262 W. Jahn — Tonight and Saturday: Low Water Crossing. Wolfgang’s Keller, 295 E. San Antonio — Bill Knight at the piano. “Country With Class' ★ LOW WATER XING* Fri. & Sat. 10/22. 23 —SUNDAY— Over 20 Musicians To Perform In A £iiu,VLL Hmm S(Mt-Ltrb-LLlL $2.00    W«’r«    Serving Pitcher of Boor    FAJITAS Noon-8 pm    6    pan-8 pm 262 W. Jahn St.    625-0389 (Two blocks from Cvntu™21 Really on S. Seguin) Film salutes best of worst HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Remember Attack of the 50-Foot Woman? Firemaidens of Outer Space? The Incredible Melting Man? You don’t? Well, you have the chance to see them, along with 103 other monuments of movie schlock in Paramount Picture’s new release, It Came From Hollywood. “You might call it The Other Side of 'That's Entertainment,"" says Malcolm Leo, co-director of the film. “Sure, these films are among the most ridiculous and absurd ever made. But there is good-bad and there is bad-bad. The movies we selected were good-bad — gems of filmmaking that should be preserved.’’ Somehow Paramount got the idea of making a full-length compilation of the best of awful movies. The studio enlisted Malcolm Leo and Andrew Solt, youthful experts in the art of making something big out of little pieces. Among their productions: This Is Elvis, Heroes of Rock 'n' Roll and Bob Hope's Overseas Christmas Tours. “We had to review 400 movies to find what we needed,’’ said Leo. “Naturally, Andy and I couldn’t see them all. We have an excellent staff to help us.”    * Solt, bom in London, but raised in South Africa and a graduate of UCLA added: “Once we had seen the films, they started to fall into subject categories: gorillas, musical memories, troubled teen-agers, aliens from outer space.” Contemporary comics were chosen to introduce the segments, including Dan Aykroyd, Cheech and Chong, Gilda Radner and John Candy of SCTV. “Their attitudes determined the subject matter for them to do,” said Leo. “Gilda wanted to do something physical, so she was a natural for the gorilla section. “We have a segment on ‘brain’ movies — The Evil Brain From Outer Space, The Brain That Wouldn't Die, etc. Aykroyd responded to that immediately.” Reefer Madness and related films were naturals for Cheech and Chong, who also handle the “giants and times” — The Amazing Colossal Man and The Incredible Shrinking Man. Candy introduces special effects that failed to win Academy Awards. He also introduces a tribute to Edward D. Wood, Jr., whose Glen and Glenda and Plan Nine From Outer Space made him “King of Hollywood Turkeydom.” “None of the films we saw was intentionally comic,” Leo said. “They became what they are because of shoestring budgets or simply because the filmmakers missed the boat.” THeibeiberg Halle "A Dancer’s Paradise" IH 35 New Braunfels Saturday, October 23 9-1 AM WILD WEST SHOW BAND FRI. 10/22 *STORMY* SAT. 10/23 HAPPY HOUR 2- •Draft 65* • L-Neck 85* •Call 95* • Well 75* IH 35 (ti) McQueeney Exit Courtyard Center    625-8133 STOP IN AND SEE THE ★ NEW* STARTING SATE NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ll AM TIX ? OPEN 12:00 NOON SUN Live Top Country & Western Entertainment TERRAH SLOANE AND PRAIRIE FIRE Fri., Oct. 22nd BOBBY BAKER Sat., Oct. 23rd "A Warm dc Friendly Country Atmosphere" IH 35 S. Solms Exit 625-1058 No Cover Charge boBBPBBBBBBOBBBBBBBOO JOHNNY BUSH Sunday, October 24 6-10 PM RUSS MORGAN ORCHESTRA Directed by Jack Morgan Tickets *10.00 Each Tickets At Door Call For Reservations Mixed Drinks, Beer Wine, Soft Drinks, Snacks For Reservations Cali 512-625-2577 Available for Private Parties. Receptions, Etc Guadalupe \blby Winery Restaurant and Tasting Room Fine Texas Wines Since 1975 " Tasting Room opens daily at 10:00. Noon on Sunday. Try Our Deliciously Different Chef Specials Live Entertainment Fri. & Sat. Night Open for Dinner at 5:30 p.m. Thursday thru Monday Hours good thru Wurstfest (One mile North of New Braunfels in Gruene) (512) 629-2351 It’ll lift you up where you belong. RICHARD GERE DEBRA WINGER AN OFFICER ANDA GENTLEMAN Fri. Mi Sal. • 7:66 8:30 Ut Mal. Sat. ar Simi. Sun-THur. at 7:N Monday AN taal* M N ;

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