Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
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Show at p.m. FAMILY Theatre LIVINGSTON in May 3 shows at 7 00 and p.m. Saturday Matinee at V30 pm FAMILY Fri- FINAL CLEARANCE Of 1973 Model AMPLIFIERS to OFF REMAINING OLD STOCK ALL NEW WITH COMPLETE WARRANTY Special 1 only 6 Channel Mixer..................... 1 only Herzog.......................... 1 only WhirlyGig......................... 2 only Pro Bass 2 Channels and speakers. 1 only Revolution III -100 watts 1 only Garnet 100 wattP.A.......... 1 only Gnome with tremolo 1 only Pro Super Amp speakers. 1 only The Mini Bass 20 watts and tremolo waits 1 only Rebel P.A. with 2 cube 48 speakers..... 2 only Garnet MILS with otl-on each........ SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION Garnet T-Shirt with each Amp purchased LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatre Bldg. PhOM 337-2232 Guiness and Hoffman are truly rare actor types Al Pacino has the kind of face you'd pass at a party For Pacino you can read also Duftin Hoffman and Alec Gulneti. While Bedford and fine actors though they remain trapped by their good the less magnificently endowed Messrs Hoffman and Guiness have to reach to the centre of their being to create the roles and thus become part of a rare group of actors who are fresh and exciting to watch every time out. the slow ice-eyed war hero of The Godfather not the Pacino of Serpico. And one can say thankfully he is no actorly sex-symbol. Here again is an absolutely compulsive performance holds and moulds a movie that would have been a fairly run- of-the mill work without him. This is not to denigrate the by Sidney the good the excellent casting of the filmizat'on of Peter Maas' best But it is Pacino all the from the clowning rookie to the disenchanted cop who can get nowhere in his attempts to expose the continuing and growing graft in the department. One can pray that police departments are not as A suggests but the real Frank Serpico proved it so and the moral ambivalence is shown in the cop who accepts the sandwich to forgive a parking violation and the one who has a take of thousands in the week. The rot is rooted in the trivial The movie as is The Sting and overlong but it does allow for a real development of Serpico's through his somewhat outrageous life- style to the appalling knowledge that he can be set up will not be backed as indeed by those with whom he pledged to uphold the law. The film is packed with good Tony Roberts look-alike for Wayne Rogers of the M.A S H who works for Serpico not on the streets but in the politics of the Jack Kehoe seen in the as a fellow officer on the John Randolph who plays the rare honest cop. The brutality is the language explicit. Within the context of the for the this is acceptable while the first use of that word is greeted by a shocked giggle by the it's later use is then its over-use causes a certain a kind of on let's get on with the attitude But it is a powerful and there's no doubt about its greatest power derives from Pacino And for it's well worth seeing Across the television screen this week dollar cost. 40-million sprawled the tele-adaptation of Leon Uris' Q.B. VII. Columbia Piecuts presents ROSS HUNTER'S Musical Production of FAMILY Muttc bv by BLJRT HAL BACHARACH DAVID WRRY KRWER I ROSS HUNTER SUNLAND THEATRE MILK RIVER TOMTE and SATURDAY SHOW AT P.M. much too long and overlaid with Harold Robbins type veneer in the wanderings of Gamrra from England to Hollywood to Israel to Poland The excess was compounded by an aggressive music score. How telling is silence. In the walk through the concentration as the camera panned over the instruments of there was no need for the whispers and screams where the silent walls themselves shout the agony of the inmates The best and most telling action came within the court And how brilliant was Anthony Hopkins as the accused Dr Anthony Quayle for the lovely 86-year-old Edith Evans. How graphic the testimony of those who had survived An agony that must be remembered and within the puff of this there was indeed a time when one could say 'we must not At Theatre Neil Simon's wry comedy of modern urban life The Prisoner of Second Avenue. Originally Peter Falk and. Lee Grant played the plagued apartment dwellers of upper- side roles later taken over by Art Carney and Barbara Barrie. possibly because he was older than brought a new dimension to the story of pyramiding getting the undeniably touching out of the irresistably the essence of true comedy. TC's production will feature Mark Shapiro who scored early in the season in the Bogart role in Play It Again Sam and Marie top interviewer for CFCN and an actress heard often in CBR radio theatre. Southern Albertans have had to travel north for professional but come fall they'll find it playing right here at the Yates Arrangements have been made by the local Allied Arts through the provincial cultural development to bring Citadel's main stage production of Richard Brinsley Sheridan's The Rivals to the city The directed by John Neville will play a split engagement October 24 and 26. Will there be an audience for it. There should as was proved by Dr. Brian Tyson and his University Players with The School For Scandal. An enthusiastic audience who found Sheridan's wit and comedy as fresh and relevant as ever in a professional backed by Canada Council will play the Yates with Anne of Green the musical that put the Charlottetown Festival on its feet With possibly a major fall Theatre and Christmas production from pantomime to top the year it the regular exciting offering looks like a great year of from Lethbridge Musical theatre is shaping up. Fonda play cancelled The play Clarence in which Henry has the only has been cancelled because Fonda is the Colonial Theatre said Thursday. He is being treat- ed for a heart ailment. NOW OPEN Holiday Village Shoe Shine a.m. p.m. GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE May p.m. Music by Members and invited guests oily. 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