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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta loan Water field says a sleeper Bang The Drum Slowly stars believable people 6 86 TL CHRISTMAS came early to the local cinema with the gift of as lovely a lit- tle movie as has been seen this year. To be honest if it's take or leave it with 1 prefer to leave it. And those easy movie tears got their last real workout when the lights went El Rancho Frontier Dining Room Charcoal Broiled Steak and Lobster and Continental Specialities served daily DANCING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS Entertainment listening pleasure every Sundays LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE 62nd NNVERSARY BANQUET SAT. 24th 6 p.m. MOOSE HALL 3rd Avt. N. DANCE TO FOLLOW AT 9 P.M. to Invited MUSIC by Presents BEACON HILL Mon.-TiN.-Wid. TAVERN TkHrs.-Fri.-Sit. Dine and Dance Lounge HOTEL Red Coach Lounge RON ROWE CORNER 4th AVE. mid 7th ST. S. PHONE 327-3191 You ve got ah chance of making this a great drink Your mixer takes up your so why take chances and use anything less than the Better Mixers Irom Canada Dry They make the best of your drink matter which you use UM Better AnytfiTM SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre in color. Starring Gene Liv. Ullmann and Edward Albert. Friday and Saturday November 23 and 24. Friday shows at and p.m. FAMILY FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre in color. Starring Peter Liv Sally Kellerman and George Kennedy. Friday and November 23 and 24. Friday show at 8.00 p.m. FAMILY Special Mickey Mouse Matinee Club Nov- ember 24 at 2-00 p.m. Walt Disney's in color FAMILY. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre AND THE in color. Starring Sidney Poitier and Harry Belafonte November 23 show at p.m. ADULT PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre THE GOOD TIMES in color. Friday and November 23 arid 24. Friday shows at and p.m. matinee Saturday at p.m. FAMILY TABER-Tower Theatre AND LET in color. Starring Roger Moore as Agent 007 James Bond Friday and Nov- ember 23 and 24. Friday shows at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Special Saturday Afternoon Matinee EASY in color. Starring Elvis __ _. AM A ft all CAKII out for Bette Davte in Dark Victory. So what has a movie like Biaf The Dram most of it played in locker room or with a tobacco- chewing catcher dying of Hodgkin's disease got to More than the Lou Gehrig despite that great echo- ing farewell by Gary more than The StratUM Story despite Jimmy Stewart and oh-so-gallant JUM AllytoH. Bang The Drum Slowly is the sleeper of the year with nary a star in just a bunch of actors who look like behave like baseball players and are believable as men CALENDAR OF THE ARTS Co-ordinated by the Allied Arts Council. Contact Bowman Arts Weekdays 10 a.m. 5 p.m. Telephone 327-2813. CURRENT EVENTS Nov. 28 Anne Campbell Granum. COMING EVENTS Dec. 2 Anne Campbell Claresholm. evening performance. Dec. 3 Lethbridge Symphony Yates p.m. Dec. 5 Concert. U of L St. Augustine's 8 30 pm. Dec 8 Linda Gay Yates 8pm Dec 9 Anne Campbell Singing Yates Centre. CONTINUING EVENTS Until Dec. 1 Yates p.m. Until Dec 10 Exhibit. Taylor Weaver Sculpture and U of L Gallery. m 1-5 p.m. Sir Alexander Gait Sun- day. 2-5 p.m. PARK PLAZA CABARET Sat. Featuring To Entertain You This Week At the Ventura in Coaldale THIS WEEK From CALGARY VENTURA HOTEL and INN Coaldale NEXT WEEK Jimmy Fitzgerald THE DALLAS HOTEL Ptoudly Presents the ALL GIRL TRIO Entertaining Nightly All Week There's the bonus the whizz-king pitcher and his buddy be a Georgia hick up in the big league but a too dumb to the guy that gets left out of the motel the games of excellent game without any The movie opens with the pair in De Niro has just learned that his dis- ease is terminal. But never believe that it's going to be downhill from that point to land up as a lachrymose lump. Even super performances by these virtually unknown actors would not a movie make It's just all all together. Vincent Gardenia as the coach giving-his five- finger exercise for success with an instant translation complete with gestures for the Cubans on the team. so the guy's going to die but baseball is big business and management is in the game to win. not only is De Niro's bewilder- ment but m the player so tired of encroaching age and debts that he no longer shaves. in a ball spinning in slo-mo straight at the in the as it goes into the the sweet click as ash and leather meet The home run of this movie is probably too short to get the audience it but for this person who had difficulty knowing or caring which teams were in the World it tells about the it's human nature in one of the odd-ball corners of this world than many another soul-searching pretentious and self-indulgent movie of this year A pennant winner all the way. Eddie Coyle is another loser Not the which follows the trend set by the French Connection where the lines between the decent cop and rotten robber were blurred to a dirty grey in the filth of the big city. played excellently by Robert Mitchum lives as a dies a a zero m the non-existence on the Iringe of the crime world. This .is possibly the weakness of what IB a finely acted and well directed Peter film. No state- ment is no real climax is reached turns and is eventually done in by the singing of another pigeon. The tired face of the weariness of going nowhere and not fast enough to end it all is absolutely right. An actor to watch and enjoy too is a youngster called Richard Jordo whose taut playing of the federal agent has an edge that creates just about the only suspense But the audience is robbed of real caring or com- passion. Eddie does not in- volve the just a rather blank that this speck in the eye of humanity is hardly worth a much less a tear Did you catch Charley Everybody was chasing Charlie in the Don but you may have missed him in his brief stop on the local screen. With an opening that has a bespectacled limping Walter Matthau robb- ing a small town you can believe that something funny is going to happen And it does. Charley's quick neat take calls for a double- take when the count shows a sweet million of Mafia money And that spells trouble that carries the audience along for a dandy ride in a super thriller that is at times but constantly entertaining. Just about every cliche of the current cops and robbers set is trucked but Siegel populates his screen with some tasty characters and enough jolting situations and relief-from-tension laughter provoking jabs to make this one easy to take on the edge of the seat The turn-off comes in Charley's complete disregard for anyone but Number One. Ripe tomatoes await speeders LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13tn St. N Weekend Entertainment In The Clubrooms Friday Saturday MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED QUESTS PORT South Africa A South Afri- can travelling salesman whose job is jeopardized by the gasoline has a remedy of his own for fuel conservation. Ray Walker of Bloemfon- tein set off for work Wednes- day with a case of overripe to- matoes on the car seat next to him. He intended to throw the juicy missiles at any motorist who exceeded the speed limit in trying to pass him. Walker said that without gasoline he could not earn his bread and so he will not allow his job to be threat- ened by people who do not co- operate with attempts to con- serve fuel. South African authorities have introduced a 50 miles an hour speed limit on open roads and restricted the sale of gasoline because of the oil crisis Utah A 21- year-old attending a theatre was bitten by a lion apparently at- tracted by the odor of her blonde wig. Ann Hadlock was treated at a hospital for bites on her head and neck and sent home. She was sitting in a front-row seat in the Weber State Col- lege auditorium Tuesday night when the lion suddenly leaned out from the stage and tried to pull off her a college of- ficial said. She was gashed on the fore- on the right side of her neck and on the top of her head. college cinema TONITE and SAT. IVTEHNftTHMJkL PMOtHfCTKWS ff FUM.T Brother TECHNNCQLOfl WEEKDAYS 2 SHOWS 7 and 9 P.M SATURDAY SHOWS AT 1P.M.-3 P.M.-5 P.M.- 7 P.M. and 9 P.M. ADULTS CHILDREN 14 YRS. AND UNDER tl.OO NO PASSES NO GOLDEN AQE Show Times November 23 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects- 7 00 9 00 9 25 LAST COMPLETE 9'00 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects- 7 15 9-25 THE HARRAD EXPERIMENT- 7-50 10.05 LAST COMPLETE RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 7 00 9 00 BROTHER OF THE WIND. 7.35 9 40 LAST COMPLETE SHOW. 9.00 FAMILY ENTERTAINMEN' THIS WEEKEND at the LEGION FRI. BMVOT Room SAT. Cabaret Country Vlmy MEMBERS AND INVITED QUEftTft ONLY THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL -Presente- in the. AZTEC LOUNGE Piano and Vocal Stylings by in the... AND SATURDAY. THE UTHMMOOB TONIGHT THK LINKMKN ALEC HOTEL NORTHSIDE TAXI ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF THEIR NIW Lttltttl Jt 13tl Strut Ml 3nJ Avi. M. SwiMi YN ii tin NMT Fitiri 927-6262 24-Hour rnuno. 328-6344 service paramount cinema NOW SHOWING I At THE MOST READ BOOK CAMPUS IS NOW ON RESTRICTED ADULT EXPERIMENT Haired College... where liberated relations between coed students are IN COLOR paramount NOW SHOWING At p.m. A FUTURISTIC SUSPENSE DRAMA HAVE WE GOT A VACATION FOR YOU... ADULT ...Where nothing can possibly go MATINEE SATURDAY P.M. Yll BRYNNER RICHARD BENJAMIN JAMES BROUN SATURDAY DBCOUNT BOMBSHELLS ONE DAY ONLY WHILE QUANTITIES LAST. Coming Wire TM Pot Lidits Flinmlttte Gown Our Reg. Price 3.98 Crushed Velvet Twin Pack Cushion Our Reg. Price 6.44 CiRjiii Mikini Kit Our Reg. Price 3.97 CottM Dish TowK 2 .97' KRESGES ;