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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta UKRAINIAN MEN'S CLUB Is Sponsoring A DANCE SATURDAY, DEC. 14th 8 p.m. POLISH HALL N. OOOD MUSIC MEMBERS AND INVITED QUESTS ONLY GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB ANNUAL NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE will be held at the EXHIBITION PAVILION DEC. Advance at: KERBER FLOORS NORBRIOOE MEATS NORTHSIOE BAKERY OLD COUNTRV SAUSAGE SHOP' NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT at the COALBANKS INN 312-5th St. S. LARRY BRANSEN SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "EVEN ANGELS EAT BEANS" in color. Friday, Satur- day, December 13, 14 Friday show at and p.m. ADULT. SATURDAY MATINEE "SPENCERS MOUNTAIN" starring Henry Fonda and Maureen O'Hara In color Saturday, December 14 show at 2 p.m. FAMILY. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "BREEZY" starring William Holden and Kay Lenz. In color. Friday, Saturday, December 13, 14. Friday show at and p.m. ADULT, NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN SATURDAY MATINEE "HEIDI" in color. Saturday, December 14 show at p.m. FAMILY. TABER Tower Theatre "DAY OF THE DOLPHIN" Friday, Saturday, December 13, 14. Friday show at and p m. FREE MERCHANTS MATINEE: Saturday, December 14. Two shows at and p.m. "THE PATSY" starring Jerry Lewis. HOTEL NIGHTLY LOUNGE ENTERTAINMENT LILLY LARTER Joan WaterfielcTs Friday, December 13, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 Entertainment eye Movie about daring gambler lacks This apparently is the season for concentration on gamblers as human beings and Robert Altman is riding the wave with California Split, a varied concept that fails to engross. Not without its virtues "Split" is pretty rootless in script, a series of vignettes, each rather splendid but with the whole lacking the "cohesion" that would satisfy. To add to the confusion the film is dedicated "To Bar- bara." Which is okay since adding to the plus factor are first rate performances by Barbara Ruick as a Reno bar- maid, Barbara Colby in a brief girl Friday cameo, Bar- bara London as a disgruntled horse player and Amy Pren- as Barbara the warmly human prostitute. Probably with the ensuing wackyness what the movie really needed was Barbara Streisand. The stars George Segal and Elliott Gould are first rate with Gould dominating the ac- tion as a seamy Runvonesqe character who will bet on anything and ride with the breaks. Where the conflict could have arisen is with the self destroying sickness of the compulsive gambler (Segal) GOOD STONEWARE POTS By Bogner, Camber, Elliot, Weaver and Roger W. SALE ON SAT., DEC. 14th 9 a.m.-9 p.m. BOWMAN ARTS CENTER WENDY BURROWS "VARIETY SHOW" Fit, Sat., Dec. 13, 14 p.m. Lethbridge L.D.S. Stake Centre Tickets available at Leister's, Stringham Property Sales, Tomorrows Furniture, Beehive Craft Shop and at the door. seat. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE NEW YEAR'S EVE FROLIC Music By "THE LONAIRES ORCHESTRA" Noisemaker, Hats, Lunch T.50 per person Contact: J. BOBAK 328-3156 L. SPACKMAN 328-7544 but the writer skitters away from any real sociological comment. There's the standard brutality and some con- siderable humour especially in Gould's split of the win- nings with a nervous hold up man and his snappy analysis of the Reno poker circle. What Altman brings to his film is a great sense of at- mosphere at the tables, the track, in the players. And adding to that atmosphere is Phyliss Shot well, a piano bar player who grinds out the oldies but goodies in an enchanting whisky husky voice. There's great effect too in the use of multi layered sound, but this gets played out and the audience is left as Segal is when he finally hits the jackpot, empty and un- satisfied. If you missed the initial showing of Arthur Miller's After the Fall the opportunity returns Sunday (Ch. 9, 10 p.m.) What a strange play from the author of All My Sons, The Crucible, Death of a Salesman. It would seem evident that Miller is attempting to excor- sise a personal horror by plac- ing it within the context of the horrors of Belsen and the McCarthy witch hunt The ambivalence of this self revelation seems to be measured down to the last syllable of text. Within is to be found some of Miller's best writing yet some of the most florid junk he has penned. A great cast, with Christopher Plummer who too often seems plummy mouthed at full strength. Fa ye Dunaway's characterization of Maggie (the Marilyn Monroe and sur- ely there's no argument about that) is highly intelligent, technically polished. The hands are nerveless, the mouth spouts the eyes are flat and cunning. But there is no warmth, no vulnerability which was inherent in Monroe. This is the cruelty of Miller; the eternal Adam whose Eve is the destroying mother, the sensual unsupportive wife of the McCarthy victim, the guilt ridden German, the mindless gratifier of his sex. He is the Adam who waits for the next bite of the apple, the next fall while we wait for another great Arthur Miller play. I hesitate to suggest that any viewer move from the CBC Wednesday line up. This has been the highlight evening of the week with Musicamera (this week the delightful Les Feux Follets dance troupe) followed by Malcolm Muggeridge and First Person Singular (the Pearson Memoirs) but the dramatiza- tion of the 1962 Cuban crisis (Ch. 11, 7 p.m.) does tempt. Undoubted painstaking detail, a cast of fine actors (notably William Devane, Martin Sheen and Howard Da Silva) and a fine writer. Stanley Greenberg, should assure success It remains to be seen if the flavor of pagentry that assails such undertakings will allow the dramatic urgency to triumph THIS WEEKEND At the LEGION Friday, Cabaret: "THE SABRES" Saturday, Cabaret: "THE SABRES" Vimy Lounge: "DAVE GORDON" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY W CANADA WINTER GAMES GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE NOW! CALENDAR OF THE ARTS Co-ordinated by the Allied Arts Council Con- tact Bowman Arts Centre. Weekdays 10 a.m -5 pm Telephone 327-2813. CURRENT EVENTS Dec. 13, 14 Recital, Wendy Burrows, LDS Stake Centre, 8 p.m. Dec. 14 Christmas Films for Youngsters, Public Library, p.m. Dec. 14 Concert, "Madrigal Public Library, 8 p.m. Dec. 14 Opening, Exhibition from Glenbow, Public Library (follows Dec. 14 Show and Sale, U of L Student Potters and Artists, Bowman Arts Centre, 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Dec. 15 Family Carol Sing, Public Library, 2 p.m. Dec 15 Handel's Southminster United Church, 3 p.m. Dec. 15 Annual Nativity Play, St. Augustine's Church, p.m. Dec. 15 Rotary Carol Festival, Southminster United Church, 8 p.m. COMING EVENTS Dec. 19 Christmas Films for Youngsters, Public Library, p.m. Dec. 19 Cine Chautauqua, "Christmas Public Library, p.m. Benefit Concert (Cup of "Buck Yates Centre, p.m. Dec. 26, 27, 28 Christmas Pantomime, Yates Centre. Possession of these GIFT CERTIFICATES will entitle the holder to FIRST CHOICE ON ALL TICKETS when they go on sale JANUARY 2nd, 1975. ONLY those persons holding GIFT CERTIFICATES will be eligible to pur- chase tickets until January 11th on FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS. Gift Certificates AVAILABLE only until Dec. 31, 1974. LIMITED NUMBER ONLY on Sale! Cost per book '12 Redeemable for tickets to any games event commencing January 2nd, 1975. GET YOURS NOW AT WINTER GAMES OFFICE by direct purchase at 1804- 3 Ave. S., Lethbridge or by mail from P.O. Box 1975, Lethbridge. CLIP AND MAIL THIS CONVENIENT ORDER FORM: CANADA WINTER GAMES GIFT CERTIFICATES P.O. Box 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Please send me.............books of GIFT CERTIFICATES, which are redeemable on all Winter Games Events Admission Ticketsl NAME ADDRESS Enclosed, please find my certified order in the amount of Please send: Certified Cheque or Money Order ONLY! Television is aflood with all the "Christmas With specials but there is always a seasonal treat in welcoming back Perry Como. When it comes to a course in production specials lessons could be learned from Mr. Como and his staff. Mr. Como is always his usual silken self and his shows are custom tailored to his talents and personality, bright stylish and beautifully integrated. I'd put this one on the viewing list. (Tuesday, Ch. 13, p.m.) Live and local a wonderful Sunday upcoming The real joy of Christmas can be found in the family carol sing at the Public Library (2 p.m.) then over to Southminster United Church (3 p.m.) for the Christmas portion of The Messiah. Home for supper then to St. Augustine's Church for the annual Nativity Play which with its gentle humor always attendant in the children vet catches the heart with its message A day to prove that Christmas is not tied to the dollar college cinema Last 2 Days at and p.m. If you enjoyed "BILLY JACK" and "WALKING Then this is your kind of movie! RESTRICTED ADULT LINE Samuel 7 flrkoff prints a Mai Baer production Mason County Line. color by CFI an American International release THE MARKET PLACE SUNDAY TELEVISION p.m. Saturday Afternoon Matinee Doors Open p.m. paramount One Complete Show p.m SPACE" "BATTLE in Outer IN COLOR PLUS CARTOONS ALL SEATS FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT FOOD PRODUCER Meets CONSUMER p.m. CFRN T.V. EDMONTON CFCN T.V. CALGARY ogroyoice v MOOUUIOKS LtO 400 8S40 109 Sirct-l Kdmunton, Allu-ru; T6t Phone: 5 12 paramount NOW SHOWING at and p.m. DEAL YOURSELF A WINNING HAND GO SEE "CALIFORNIA SPLIT" ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN1 WARNING COARSE LANGUAGE throughout COLUMBIA PICTURES presents A SPELLING GOLDBERG PRODUCTION ol A ROBERT AITMAN f ILM GEORGE SEGAL- FLLIOTT GOULD in "CALIEORNIA SPLIT" BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS How on sale at all Theatre Box Offices. Paramount Pictures A Robert Chartoff-lrwin Winkler Production AKarel Reisz Rim James Caan "The Gambler" Paul Sorvino Lauren Mutton wntt.n James Toback ;