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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Qantas trims staff SYDNEY ia's ink'mational fiirlini; Qan- las lias fired a fuilhi'i1 23 em- ployees, including 15 flight en- gineers, in an economy drive which the airline said was to prepare it for low-fare charter operations. The move follows the dismissal ot pi- lols and cadets which took ef- fect last month. Story of Fritz the cat NFAV YOHK (AP) Frilz the Cat, an underground comic book, is being made into what probably will be the first adults-only cartoon movie. Ralph Bakshi, a Brooklyn- born cartoonist who directed the film in Hollywood, said its four- lelter words and nudity ought to CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE In color. Starring (icnc Wilder, Jack Albertson and Peter Ostrum. Friday and Saturday, November 12 and 13. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY" In Technicolor. Starring Gene Wilder. Jack Albertson and Peter Ostrum. Friday and Saturday, November 12 and 13. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY" In Technicolor. Starring Gene Wilder, Jack AlbcrLson and Peter Ostrum. Friday and Saturday, November 12 and 1.1 Friday show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY" In Technicolor. Siarring Peter Ostrum, Gene Wilder and Jack Albertson. Friday. Saturday and Sunday, November 12, 13 and 14. Friday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY" In Technicolor. Starring Peter Ostrum, Gene Wilder and Jack Alberlson. Friday and Saturday, November 12 and 13. Friday shows al and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. RAYMOND Capifol Theatre "WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY" In Technicolor. Starring Peter Ostnim. Gene Wilder and Jack Albertson. Friday and Saturday, November 12 and 13. Friday show at p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "A NEW LEAF" In color. Starring Walter Matthau and Elaine May. Friday, November 12. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Saturday and Sunday, November 13 and 14. "WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY" In Technicolor. Starring Gene Wilder, Jack Albertson and Peter Ostrum. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. lie said laltrt, CHEATED BY CIOJMI1 iircscnl some interesting prob-1 effort to avoid fantasy and his em's fur Hie ralers when it is inlerjctlion of realism. Scenes ,-densed in mid-January, i were drawn from photographs "I don't know liow you can i taken on 125th Street in Harlem ralc'an said'Bakshi.! Some dialogue was recorded in "People say, 'Wow. Look. A girl j a Harlem bar and m a syna- nutlo I say, 'It's not a girl, it's j goguc. Once Bakshi s father no-idle was recorded praying. Steve Krantz, the producer of But Bakshi thinks he can the Si-million cartoon, which make his points more easily took iwo years to make, is less, wilh cartoon characters than optimistic w'lh real actorfi. '-There's just no way it's] "People come to sec the car- eoinB to be anything but x-1 toon and they laugh at it. 1 he> ymg are disarmed before they know it They aren't uncomfortable j saying "'It's me.' It makes the The character Fritz, a college I poinl aren't looking." student depicted as a cat, was created by Robert Crumb, whose Head of Zap Comix made him the undisputed leader of the underground comic movement in the late 1060s. Bakshi said Ihe movie plot be- gins with Fritz the cat in a park trying to pick up several girls who are more impressed with a black, portrayed by a crow, be- cause it's "in'' to dale blacks. Fritz and his friends argue about who's Ihe most sensitive and play Ihc-ir guitars in an ef- fort to impress the girls. Fritz decides to drop out ot: school to become a poet, but really is looking for sex. He burn's his books, which unfortun- j ately are in a school building at the time. He goes to Harlem, I smokes marijuana, and has a i relationship with a black j woman. On the spot he decides he's for "the revolution." He j preaches revolution, but when j Harlem is burning, runs out shouting "We shall overcome." point Is that white peo-; pic will get all invrivcd with black causes and then when it gets to the nitty gritty, they I explains Bakshi. "He i wants to be a poet but basically what he wants is sex." SAYS IT'S NATURAL Bakshi said that aside from the four-letter words and the nudity he sees his cartoon as a natural development of the present form of cartoons. The characters are animals and there is nothing new about polit- ical cartooning. V.'here he differ- from a more traditional cartoonist is in his Today's Showtimes 'ARAMOUNT Short "Subjects 'Scandalous John" ,ast Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Scandalous John" Last Complete Srow 'ARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday 'lort Subjects 'Hired Hand" Last Complete Show Saturday Short Subjects "Hired Hand" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" "Boy Ten Feet Tall" Last Complete Show I Saturday "Willy Wonka and tie Chocolate Factory" "Boy Ten Feet Tall" Last Complete Show What to do with the money you save buying MelchersVery Mi! Melchers Very Mild. That says it all. It tastes Very Mild-and Very Good. Try Very Mild. And maybe soon, you can pick up that'new tic you've been the money you save. MelchersVeryMild. A nice, inexpensive whisky J ke (_s Fndoy, November 12, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 9 BY HERB IT IS PKOBABLY unkind to dismiss The Hired Hand- Peter Fonda's second as simply Easy Rider on horse- back. But the fact remains that the similarities ore obviously there travelling theme, the long stretches of beautiful scenery, the fantastically great photog- raphy, the sudden violence and Fonda's dream-like vision of America. The tiling that The Hired Hand lacks is the social con- nection: the kids are not likely to relate to this one the way they did to Easy Rider. Fonda's latest film is his personal ver- sion of ihe well-worn western movie idea, and it's not one that will receive the John Wayne seal of approval. The pace is dreadfully slow. Much of the movie is largely just a prelude to violence. You know it's coming, it's simply a matter of waiting for it. The script is bad, what there I is of it. Nobody says much i and Fonda particularly says nothing at all during the film's few really dramatic moments. The plot is sketchy and the acting generally is somewhere tliis side of second-rate. The photography by Vilmos Zsigmond is so good someone 1 should publish a collection of still photographs from the movie. Bruce Langhome, whose roots go deep into American folk mu- sic, has come up with the best movie soundtrack in years. The music is unusual, beautiful and fits every scene like a glove. The Hired Hand is showing at the Paramount Cinema. It has its good points, but don't go expecting the traditional shoot- cm-up. This month's box score from the provincial motion picture censor board looks fairly good for family movies (apparently a cause for some local concern, judging by letters to the edi- tion the lovely travelogues Theatre Calgary, 229 8th Avc. j has an aesthetic point nf view about Swiss foil; dancers seem- S.W., Calgary 2. that deserves mention. ed quite appropriate, or at He is looking [or everything, He says, ''Canvas is flimsy, least tolerable. j including children's plays. brittle, lacks dimension; But Ihe ncwsrecls are gone, while Hie travelogues remain, in all their failed glory. Mind you, tome of them are fine. The National Film Board gold, does consistently good work. From New York comes word of an exhibition of paintings by American artist Robert Man- it re- fers only to art. Plywood can be hit with a hammer. I like that fact." If you think about it lone enough, it makes some kind n[ And there may be a few other companies thai have abandon- ed lira stilted scripts and shop- i worn subjects I hat arc features j of almost every short I've seen, j But generally the producers of these gems have their feet planted firmlv in the IMOs. One suspects that running their dreadful efforts before each fca- i ture serves only to make the main attraction look good by j comparison. j The NFB, incidentally, has j sent out a press release inform- ing the world of 14 awards it won last monlh, bringing this year's total to :i7. They do come up with some excellent films. And who s a y s the creative artist is never truly appreci- ated in his (nvn country? In addition to awards from seven j foreign countries, the NFB j copped four prizes at the York- ton Film Festival in Saskatch- ewan. The Lethbridge and District j Young Artists' Concert, rwent- ly cancelled by the University o'f Lethbridge because of finan- j cial problems, apparently is j down but not out. i The Allied Arts Council has agreed to step in and assume responsibility next year, pro- vided the Lelhbridge Music Club does not do so. The club Mr. Mangold, who likes to i sense'. Maybe he's onto somo- cxperimont with different forms 1 thing. _____ MINUS ONE CLUE DANCE SATURDAY, Nov. 13th-9 p.m. to 1 a.m. POLISH HAU-13th St. S. Music by MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME The board gave the seal of approval to seven family shows, including Black Beauty and Ju- lius Caesar. One wonders about the laiter's violen can't really be too CANYON CHURCH CAMP ASSOCIATION SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14ih AT 2 P.M. IN THE McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH 7329 15th Avenue South, Lethbridge AtL INTERESTED PERSONS WELCOME sponsored the annual concert took it before the university over last year. j The concert is not terribly j expensive; ils main require-1 nient is an organizing group, j and there seems to be enough concern over its future that il will return next year. Loyal Order of Moose SOCIAL aid DAI Saturday, Nov. 13 at 9 p.m. MOOSE HALL, 1274 3rd Ave. N, Music by "The Bridge Town Trio" Admission per couple MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS The only reason it fell by the wayside this year is that it was the' one concert in the univer- sity series that had not been finalized when the budget cut which came along. good for i The music department children I looking at next year's budget Maybe the board has chopped right now and chairman Dean the assassination scene. lllp conccrl There were six adult movies, seven adult not suitable for series is under consideration. It would be unfortunate 15 restricted adult, j cutbacks at the university; I wiped out the whole scries next It looks as if the city of Leth- bridge is going to be the real loser in the situation that has the developed Band. The question of who is going to run the band and what it is