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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta May 1974 THE LETHMIDOE HERALD 7 Chaplin film premiered LISBON Charlte is swaggering and sa- luting as'The Great Dictator in a Lisbon movie house. In where the film MclNTOSH THE INDIAN fIGHTW. STOOD I BETWEEN THE APACHE-AND I HE IIIOODKST MASSACRE OF THE RESTRICTED ADULT IBURT LANCASTER luLZANASRAID SUNLAND THEATRE MILK RIVER TONITE AND SAT. AT P.M. classic mocking fascism and its leaders had been prohibited since its production in Wednesday's premiere was a major cultural and political event. But Porgugal is not diving headlong Into an era of cultural freedom. The April 25 coup bringing new liberty in speech and thought is being translated into daily life at a typical Portuguese not too fast. Besides The Great Lisbon's cinemas have done little experimenting so with the exception of showing Sergei Eisenstein's Soviet silent film Potemkin. The rest of the local movie diet is still for boy scout meetings and prayer breakfasts. Elks Club of Lethbridge DINING ROOM 1 OPEN SUNDAYS Dining Room Only to p.m. May 12th Mother's Day Prime Rib of Beef-Steak and Lobster Tail-Roast Turkey CHILDREN'S ORDERS For RvMrvationt Phpnc 327-7219 EVERY TUESDAY SMORGASBORD to p.m. COIN and Enjoy III For Members and Invited Guests only. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre ROY in color. Starring Paul Newman and Jacqueline Bisset. May 10 shows at 7 00 and 9.00 p.m. SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN SATURDAY MATINEE in color. Star- ring John Wayne and Glen Campbell. Show at 2.00 p.m FAMILY FORT Theatre TWO in color Starring Gregory Peck May 10 show at 8'00 p m. ADULT. MILK Theatre in color. Starring Burt Lancaster Friday and May 10 and 11' Friday show at p m. RESTRICTED ADULT. PINCHER Theatre in color Starring Ryan O'Neal and Tatum O'Neal May 10 shows at and 9 00 p m ADULT. SATURDAY MATINEE m color Starring Jerry Lewis Show at p.m. FAMILY Theatre m color. Starring Gene Hackman and Shelley Winters May 10 shows at 7 00 and p.m. ADULT SATURDAY MATINEE BOTTOM in color Starring Dons Day Show at V30 p.m. FAMILY When you purchase 14 pieces of You will receive 1 Ib. box CADBURY CHOCOLATES Tell mom you care... at AfrW Two 210 3rd South 1607 Mayor Magrath Drlva SPECIAL IN EFFECT SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONLYI Joan Waterfield Difficult to be objective about film Tango CHARLES CHAPLIN Fined OTTAWA Suntours Ltd. of Toronto was fined in court yesterday and Algonquin Travel Services Ltd of Ottawa for misleading advertising. Films as controversial as Last Taigo la Paris defy critical analyses which tends to look at them in terms of the massive publicity gained by censorship troubles rather than what they are. Anger may have overwhelmed a cooler but indeed it is very difficult to be objective about Tango But having seen the the comment of the British chief previously quoted bears it could be seen by civilized people withour fear that it will degrade or dehumanize Another this time from author Katherine Anne Porter. natural she writes to try and wrangle the sprawling mess of our existence in this bloody world into some kind of almost any kind of shape will CALENDAR OF THE ARTS Co-ordinated by the Allied Arts Council Con- tact Bowman Arts Weekdays 10 am -5 p m Telephone 327-2813 CURRENT EVENTS May 12 Anne Campbell Singers Spring Yates 2 30 p.m Mav 12 Sacred Music Recital. First Baoti Church. 3 p.m May Exhibit. Secondary School Art LCI Gym. Sunday 1 30 p.m.-5 p.m and 7-9 p.m Monday p m. May 14 Junior Registered Music Teachers' Library p.m. COMING EVENTS May 19 Sacred Music First Baptist 3pm. May 23 Drama. Kate Andrews High Yates 8 p CONTINUING EVENTS Sir Alexander Gait Monday-Friday 1-4-30 p m. and Sunday 2-5 p m. Sears GARDEN SHOP VISIT IT TODAY Centre Village Mall Remember Mother on MOTHER'S DAY With a Pie from NILSSON'S PIE SHOP Now Featuring Their Famous FRESH STRAWBERRY PIES Next to Zellers 2 for 1 Special-PRIME RIB ALSO A SPECIAL KIDDIES' MENU HOTEL RtMrvations Preferred 4th S. AN INNS CANADA HOTEL 327-3191 This is what Paul attempts to do in a of brutal sexual encounters with a young girl. A middle-aged he wanders the streets of Paris agonizing over a failed a failed marriage that has culminated in the suicide of his unfaithful wife. Jeanne is Bardot trailing a relationship with a young cinema verite film-maker and the break-up of a conventional French home. They meet in an empty apartment and the first graphic sexual bout the affair has begun. The last reality for Paul is always on his terms. going to forget everything we he the people wherever we everything out There is no indeed no pleasure in the act. For Maria there is some strange masochistic for Paul some need to shrive himself of to reassure himself that he still lives. Like Bergman's Cries and must be termed an experience. It's theme is not carnality but pain and that dominant note wrenches the emotions above and beyond what might have been artistic pornography. Gone forever are doubts that despite the commercial success of The Godfather has become a continuing parody of himself. Weeping over his dead indulging in a child-like exchange of sounds with becoming a beautiful graceful man as he again reaches to youth and in the minute stagger as he walks dying to the balcony balustrade offers a much of which must be that is total and corrosive. Maria Schneider too is beautifully submissive yet savage. And her nudity becomes less an object of titilation than an evocation of a rare and strangely remote beauty And director Bernardo Bertolucci creates sheer visual magic with his splitting the screen with the mass of creating still life studies then making the screen beat with languid sharpening the focus in the brutally stylized A film that disturbs and a dark film that cuts into the soul. What next for What next for Bertolucci15 And even more what next for For audiences at a complete turnabout in Mel Brooks' crazy parody of the western Blazing Saddles. It's a crude albeit almost consistantly of every and all Hollywood western It's a blue joke with Carol Burnett's super side-kick Harvey Korman persuading the community he's out to railroad rape to hire a black sheriff thus forcing bigoted white folks to move out. The plot fails when the sheriff gets an assist in classic style from gunfighter Gene Wilder. Everything is tossed into this outrageous western bean- Hells Show Times Friday May 10 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short SubjSCtS 7 00 9-10 BLAZING SADDLES 7-35 9 45 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 10 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7 20 9 20 LAST DETAIL 7-35 940 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 20 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COLLEGE CINEMA No Short Subjects LAST TANGO IN PARIS 7 00 9 10 TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 7 00 9 10 RESTRICTED ADULT QREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE SAVE THE TIGER 9 15 PAPER MOON 11 20 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 9 15 GATES OPEN 8 45 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT Saturday May 11 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 700 9 10 BLAZING SADDLES 7 35 945 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 10 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7 20 9 20 LAST DETAIL 7 35 9.40 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 20 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COLLEGE CINEMA LAST TANGO IN PARIS 7 00 9 10 No Short TWO COMPLETE SHOWS- 7 00 9 10 RESTRICTED ADULT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE SAVE THE TIGER 9 15 PAPER MOON- 11 20 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 9 15 GATES OPEN 8 45 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT storm every cliche from The Squaw Man to High Noon. And while there is the occasional sag in the Blazing Saddles is worth seeing for the primest burr of the marvellous Madeline Kahn's cruel parody of Marlene Dietrich in a number called Probably the best movie dollar can be spent at the Drive-in this week where a super double-bill teams Paper Moon and Save the Tiger. The city cinema has been awash with Academy winning or nominated Al Pacino in Brando in Jack Nicholson in the yet to be seen The Last Detail. You can backtrack with winners Tatum O'Neal and Jack Lemmon. Out to cancallatlon the SABRES Dance Band It MAY 25th PHONE 328-2969 THIS WEEKEND at the LEGION Vimy MKMBKRt AND INVITID QUESTS ONLY BOUND TO BE ONE OF I THE PICTURES OF THE YEAR NEED A LAUGH THEN DON'T I MISS THIS ONE ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN WARNING COARSE LANGUAGE j THROUGHOUT Tu from the people who gave you Jazz SmgCLEffliON LITTLE GENE WILDER SUM PICKED DAVID HLIDDLESTON CLAUDE ENNIS STARRETT JR NOW SHOWS AT Showinr NOMINATED FOR AN ACADEMY AWARD NICHOLSON IS COLUMBIA PICTURES presents rJACK NICHOLSON THE LAST DETAIL the ADULT MOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COURSE LANGUAGE THROUGHOUT OTIS YOUNG QUAD JAMES NOW snows at SHOWING iWJlV I UWj p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OVERI ..MARIA SCHNEIDER MARIA MICHI-GIOVANNAGALLETTI COARSE LANGUAGE AND FRANK TREATMENT OF ADULT SEXUALITY MAY BE OFFENSIVE TO NOW EHIH3HB.I SHOWS AT SHOWING P.M. GATES OPEN AT P.M.-OK COWLETE SHOW 9 tM. Tht Company pfitcnb BEST SUPPORTING ADULT ACTRESS THERE IS GOOD NEWS TONIGHT BECAUSE THERE IS A GOOD MOVIE A MOVIE FILLED WITH WHAT IT TAKES. A MOVIE THAT WILL MAKE YOU PEEL GOOD ALL OVER WHEN ITS ALL NIC-TV HIT NO. 2 ACACEMY AWARD WINNER BEST ACTOR IN THE green acres drive-in r Dr li Ccutti Hoy 327 11001 ;