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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Heartbeat to Willie Hutch s pulsing movie score WILLIE HUTCH HOLLYWOOD (NEA> "I grew up in says Willie Hutch, "so 1 know the heartbeat of the people." And he goes on to explain the heartbeat of the people, as he sees it. He was talking about the new movie, "Foxy Brown." Hutch, one of the bright young musicians of the moment, wrote the score for that one. "What the public he says, "is exciting movies and the music has to be exciting, too. Like in 'Foxy Brown', there's a castration and a girl cut and all that sort of thing. The audience is on the edge of Its seats all the time Hutch's music is exciting music, to go along with that dandy on-screen action. Maybe he misinterprets why the audience is on the edge of YAMAHA 6T80 MINI CT80 A mini-Enduro that's as ruggedly built and carefully finished as the big Yamaha Enduros. Because of Torque the engine produces remarkable torque for its size. Which not only makes it accelerate better, but also helps Keep it from loading up and stalling, even at very low speeds. And. kids being kids, should it stall, you can restart the QT80 In any need to find neutral first. The front forks and the shock absorbers are tough enough to take all the abuse handed out by an exuberant kid. {Or an overgrown kid.) And. the QT80 Is completely street legal. available now it... YAMAHA CYCLE SALES A SERVICE 1519.3rd South Phono 320-897? their seats, tt be excitement. But it may be because they're getting ready to leave. Whatever you think of the movie, Hutch is here to stay. He's a home product, although he did spend some years In Dallas as a boy. He studied everything in school from art to pole vaulting but never did study music. He calls himself a "woodshed" musician, meaning he picked things'up here and there and practiced in the woodshed, He says one problem with black films today is that all the profits go into white pockets. That, of course, is-because currently there aren't enough black people financially able to finance and produce films, That will change. He may help change it he's been asked to co-produce a movie, based on a script he's writing. One thing for sure: it will have exciting music behind it. Still on the subject of movie music, Fred and Meg Karlin believe that it's in a great period. The Karl ins write songs .for movies, so they should know, Their point Is that, probably more than ever before, lyrics for movie songs are free. Almost anything goes now. There are very few taboos on subject matter and words. The music itself Is free, too, but not uninhibited. Fred Karlin says movie melody went through a period of adjustment, getting acquainted with movies' "new and has. he says, settled down he says, "movie music is a happy marriage between traditionalism and anything goes." At the moment, they're scoring the new Stacy Keach film, "Gravy Train." They've written a song for it called "The Next Time which they're particularly proud of. SAVE MONEY! DURING OUR Giraffes at Long I eat, England. Cameras explore major world zoos The trend in zoos today is to exhibit animals in surroundings similar to their natural habitats, Gone or going are the stark cages and bars. Instead, the better zoos are exhibiting more and more wild creatures in field and forest, separated from the public by concealed moats. On June 19, the CTV television network retelecasts Zoos of the World, a National Geographic Society Special that focuses on this new look in zoos, National Geographic Society camera crews have travelled throughout the world to zoos in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Africa, India and Japan discovering the special and fascinating world of animals. The creatures they have captured on film range from very .large to very, very tiny. In the World of Darkness at the Bronx Zoo and the Inscctanum at Tokyo's T a m a Zoo, viewers glimpse two rarely seen worlds those of the nocturnal animals and of insects. There's a visit to a zoo in New Delhi where white tigers are the main attraction and from London's Regents Park Zoo there is film of Chi-Chi, one of the two giant pandas outside of China, There's also a visit to a private estate in England, where giraffes, ankole cattle and other animals roam wild. With Desmond Morris, author of The Naked Ape and The Human Zoos, viewers learn more about the behavior of animals in captivity their neuroses and psychoses and their medical and dietary needs. There's a look at a zoo hospital where an alligator is x-rayed after swallowing a rubber plug and young apprentice keepers learn the art of elephant toenail clipping. 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