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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 28, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas The Right Stuff celebrates astronauts pioneer spirit New Brsunfett HuriHZfitung October 1M3 M By DOLORES BARCLAY Associated Press 7fo Sfwtf is a spectacular celebration of those heroes of the skies those fly Jocks who fought the demons of space to launch a new era in American air It is a sweeping epic that grabs adventure by the tail and rides it into a whirlwind of offthe wall humor and a curious confrontation with the stuff heros are made Philip Kaufmans adaptation of Tom Wolfes book needs a heavy pair of scissors to slice some of the unneeded footage off the 3hour and 11minute But the directorscreenwriter has done a masterful job in capturing the early days of test pilots and the beginnings of the Project Mercury space Caleb Deschanels photography captures the ambtr glows of the Mojave Desert and the twinkling mysteries of The special visual and sound effect arc meticulous One actually has the feeling of being propelled through the sound barrier or of dropping one stage of a rocket to be jetiaoned even fatter and further Into There are two tales in the telling here that of the seven astronauts who first took America into and that of the fiercely independent test pilots who shunned the tickertape parades and magazine covers to quietly conquer other And it is PuUtser Prizewinning playwright and actor Sam Shepard as test pilot Chuck Yeager the man who first broke the sound barrier who dominates the not Ed Harris as John Glenn or Dennis Quaid as Gordon The Yeager story is a more human story we never know if hell make But we know how the astronauts By far the most interesting and appealing astronaut is Scott Glenns Alan Glenn blends an almotit perverse sense of humor with a strong sense of self in the And Jeff who is finally getting the attention he so well is marvelous as a fumbling NASA Whether or not Kaufmans movie is any more accurate in its presentation of the American frenzy to catch up with the Soviet penetration of space than the Wolfe is not the primary question when viewing The Right Because fact or its a whopping good Rated Motion Picture of America rating definitions G General All ages PG Parental guidance Some material may not be suitable for R Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult X No one under 17 Some states may have higher age Happy WMkmdl OCTOBER it noon to 9OO CtiM Bar Polynesian Drinks Cantonese Hot n Spicy Too Steak Courtyard Shopping Center 103 IH 35 W 6351542 Hamlisch strikes serious note By JAY SHARBUTT AP Drama Writer NEW YORK Why not write a frothy musical Marvin composer for Neil Simons frothy hit musical of Theyre Playing Our has an immediate You can always do a light he I tend to want to do something that someone else is not Case in point His new Jean Its scheduled to premiere at Londons National Theater on If its a it may open in April on he With a book by Julian Jean Seberg is based on the tragic life of the smalltown Iowa girl who at 17 achieved instant film went from glamorous highs to agonized then was found dead at 40 in victim of an apparent overdose of Her former novelist Romain later accused the FBI of driving her to suicide by planting a rumor that she was once pregnant by a member of the Black Panther In the FBI admitted that its Los Angeles bureau had suggested the rumor as part of a campaign which the FBI says it will never do again to discredit supporters of black But the agency also said it didnt know if the Seberg plan ever was put into Not a pretty tale any way you look at But a Tony and Oscarwinning that were not writing a a depressing What were writing I a very moving And its not just about Jean Its really about what happens in a system that can make a star and can break a And that you can dream the American but the minute you start dreaming another dream and if the FBI doesnt want you to dream that dream they come after So its really about a period in American trying to un derstand why it all happened and make sure it never happens The show will doubtless cause controversy Its already caused a bit of a flap in London but not because of its says the gregarious sounding mildly Some folks he think the musicals American creators are using London only as a tryout Not he Top 10 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The following are Billboards hot record hits for the week ending November 5 as they appear in next weeks issue of Billboard Copyright Billboard Reprinted with HOT SINGLES Islands in the Stream Kenny Rogers Dolly Parton RCA All Night Long Lionel Richie Motown Total Eclipse of the Heart Bonnie Tyler Columbia Thing Leads to Another Girl Billy Joel Columbia Say Say Say Paul McCartney Michael Jackson Columbia Making Love Out of Nothing at All Air Supply Arista Prince Warner Sheena Easton America True Spandau Ballet Chrysalis TOP IPS The Police AfcM Michael Jackson Epic Metal Health Quiet Riot Pasha Than the Speed of Night Bonnie Tyler Columbia Innocent Man Billy Joel Columbia Def Leppard Mercury Eyes That See in the Dark Kanny Rogers RCA Hits Air Supply Arista Soundtrack few Unda Ronatadt Asylum OOUNTRYONGLES KUCA tow Vw One of a Kind Pair of Fools Barbara Mandrell MCA Her and Loving You Earl Thomas Conley RCA Wind Beneath My Wings Gary Morris Warner Whiskey George Jones Epic Love Shines Through Mickey Gilley Epic Down on Love Alabama RCA I Lied Deborah Allen RCA ADULT CONTEMPORARY In the Stream Kenny Rogers Dolly Parton RCA All Night Long Lionel Richie Motown Spandau Ballet Chrysalis I Celebrate My Love Peabo Bryson Roberta Flack Capitol of Life Manhattan Transfer Atlantic Girl Billy Joel Columbia Many Times Can We Say Goodbye Dionne Warwick ft Luther Vandroas Arista Say Say Paul McCartney ft Michael Jackson Columbia Way He Makes Me Feel Barbra Streisand Columbia In Paradiae Jarreau Warner BLACK SINGLES 1 All Night Long Lionel Richie Motown Doggin Me Around KUque MCA 31 Am Love Jennifer Holliday Gaffan 4 Party Train Tha Gap Band Total Experience Anita Baker Beverly Glen I Aint Nobody Rvfua with Chaca Khan Warner Girl Wants My Guy l lay lay lay Paul McCartney Mtctaal JacUoa Colnufcia Uva Donna nudity scenes fill NBC programs By FRED ROTHENBERG AP Television Writer NEW YORK This was a land mark week for sex and nudity on Elsewhere had a sexual bondage scene that was too hilarious to be taken Bay City Blues showed the first bare bottom on any body beyond the diaper in Hill Street Joyce Davenport offered her Frank a lukewarm bub blebath with a backrub you CAN do that on television at least on NBCs most sophisticated in produced by Hollywoods major mind MTM The trick is clever written for credible and all part of a tasteful By and large our tastes are the same as said Ralph NBCs vice president for broadcast This doesnt mean that Steven executive producer of Hill Street and Bay and Bruce executive producer of dont have problems with NBCs Paltrow had to lobby hard to keep intact the kinky scene from last Wednesdays Victor the shows good hardluck meets a cheerful girlnextdoor type in the She invites him to her then asks him to tie her hands to the For a you know your says Roberta Jean Bruce Scott The manual says be responds Ehrlich Ed Begley Before anything can Ehrlich accidentally locks himself outside Robertas apartment He tries to break in with a credit but a cop catches him Youre laughing at why cant we put it on Paltrow said he told NBCs Its not its Our sense was that the audience wouldnt see it that said WANT AD SECTION 6259144 CINEMA PRESENTS THE SUPER HALL WEEN MONSTER MASH BASH O OF THE Free Refreshments Prizes for Best Costume Saturday 28 Steak Supper Dance Dinner 69 Dance 8 12 October 28 Music By COUNTRYMEN Members Guests Only SHOWTIMES Matinees at SHOWTIMES Matbirai at Both ot these movies are rated Those under 17 must be accompanied by a DINING ROOM Proudly Presents Seafood Buffet October 28 5 pm to 10 pm VERANDA BAR Happy Hour 11 am 7 pm With Hot HOTS cf oeuvres from 5 pm to 7 prn A Hotel of Distinction 6257791 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