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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Joan Waterfield Paper Moon, a movie of love Paper Moon, with all its faults, is a love of a movie It's nostalgic without being trendy, and director Peter Bogdanovich has developed his yarning with an often effective subtle touch. The basic situation takes form as Moses Pray turns up at the funeral of the small- town prostitute and finds himself saddled with a dis- concerting nine-year-old who opines that Mose may be her father As the con-man with a sweet little racket in bible sales to new widows, Ryan O'Neal (Mose) gets better every time out It could be argued that a Robert Preston might have been better casting, that a certain seedyness is lacking in the characterization but the obvious bonus is the extraor- dinary rapport between O'Neal and his real-life daughter Tatum STUDENTS and CHARACTER Try in dancing. PHONE 329-0955 And young Miss O'Neal is something else again A Dutch boy hair cut (remember them7) and a joyfully, staunchly, plain little face are a welcome relief from the long-term Hollywood preoc- cupation with pouts and bub- ble curls. Does one performance a young actress make9 That remains to be seen Let it suf- fice that between Bogdanovich, Dad and whatever talents Tatum has, a very real Addie Pray is created, believable and honestly lovable Bogdanovich, the ever derivative, has reached back to Coogan's The Kid, but this time around he seems to have allied himself to John Ford in that one can see now the development of his own rep company. As Ford constantly used types like Ward Bond, Harry Carey (Senior and Junior) and built John Wayne as his star, So now does Bogdanovich proceed with O'Neal and actress Madeline Khan Miss Khan is dehciously cast as Trixie Delight, a shopworn angel and her scene as she confronts Addie in a show- DANCE TO THE "MUELLERS" Friday, Sept. p.m. Eagles Hall, 13th Street North Members and Invited Guests Only TONIGHT "YOUNG COUNTRY" ATTHE ALEC HOTEL El Rancho Frontier Dining Room Charcoal Broiled Steak and Lobster and Continental Specialities served daily DANCING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS Entertainment for your listening pleasure every Sunday1 LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N. Weekend Entertainment In The Clubrooms FRIDAY "Linemen" SATURDAY "Linemen" MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED GUESTS SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair "A WARM DECEMBER" in tieatre color Starring Sidney Poitier Friday and Saturday, September 28 and 29 Friday shows at 7 00 and 9.00 p m. MATINEE Saturday at 2 00 p m FAMILY FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre STEELYARD BLUES" in color Starring Jane Fonda, Donald Sutherland and Peter Boyle Friday and Saturday, September 28 and 29 Friday show at 8 00 p m RESTRICTED ADULT MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre THE TRAIN ROBBERS" in color Starring John Wayne Friday and Saturday, September 28 and 29 Friday show at 8 30 p m FAMILY PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE MAGIFICENT SEVEN RIDE" in color Starring Lee Van Cleef and Yul Brynner Friday and Saturday September 28 and 29 Friday shows at 7 00 and 9 00 p m ADU'.-T SPECIAL MATINEE Saturday, Sept- ember 29 "THE DEADLY BEES" in color Starring Suzanna Leigh Saturday show at 2 00 p m FAMILY TABER Tower Theatre "THEY ONLY KILL THEIR MASTERS" in color. Starring James Garner and Katherme Ross. Friday and Sat- urday September 28 and 29 Friday shows at 7-00 and 9 00 p m ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN SPECIAL MATINEE Saturday September 29 MAS- TER OF THE WORLD" in color Starring Vincent Price and Charles Bronson. Saturday show at 1.30 pm FAMILY down, first bribing, then bullying, finally m honest woman to woman confronta- tion is the highlight of the movie Other fine performances come from Miss Khan's young slave-into-slavery, all protruding teeth, tummy and spindly legs, and from the toothy desk clerk who manages to turn the 25-buck trick The production can be faulted, it's hard to reconcile a nine-year-old flashing during the depression, oppor- tunities are missed to let Ad- die and Mose sink even more deeply into the period, but the use of black and white is a fine stroke in a production that would have been tarted up by color It's interesting to watch the reaction of an audience as it leaves the theatre. With Paper Moon, -its audience left almost silently as if reluctant to lose Addie and her story Maybe that says it all1 BALLET: Anyone' A season opens at Calgary's Jubillee Auditorium with the National Ballet of Canada m a production of Erik Bruhn's Swan Lake. Local interest should be enhanced by the fact that Esther Murillo of Lethbridge, who studied with Muriel Jolliffe, is now with the company A bus load of balletomanes is being arrang- ed for the performance of Oct 18 and you can travel with them by contacting the Allied Arts Council office in the Bowman Arts Centre 327- 2813 You must, however, book your own theatre tickets Just call Calgary 263-7761 WOMEN: And a film festival this Saturday at the U of L It runs from 1 p m to midnight (baby-sitting provided) with such goodies as the classic Katherme Hepburn-Spencer Tracy classic Adam's Rib and Anne Bancroft m The Pumpkin THAILAND LAND OF SMILES VanTRAA Productions A Unique Travelogue (In Color Ol Course) Among other you will Ancient City Deserted temple com- pievps ol Sukothai Elopiiynts cil work in teak PLACE: YitisMimoriilCintn Lithbridgi DATE: Won., Oct. lst-8 p.m. PRICE: I 'Tickets available at V LEISTER'S MUSIC 4th ind P. LAWSON TRAVEL Mirquli Hotel Building Presented in with P. Travel Ltd. Eater. You'll see, too, 16m.m. films made by and about women These include an offering from Edmonton, One Woman, which involved Lorna Rasmussen of this city in its production staff Even more intriguing is the video workshop. Here's the open door to the use of cablevision facilities already in high gear in Calgary and Edmonton The whole festival is a prelude to the series, Women in Film, starting Oct 3, and most sen- sibly located in the Civic Centre Men and women are invited to participate. CONCERT: Tonight at the Yates, Allied Arts Council will present concert Pianist Mark Westcott in recital Winner of many contests, he was the highest ranking American in the Van Cliburn International competition of 1969 Which makes a point. Would local audiences have turned out for Cliburn before his dazzling international success7 Now, of course, you'd pack them in but could any local group af- ford to bring in Cliburn7 From the reviews Westcott is a young man on his way up, a great star of the future Now is the time to see him before he becomes financially un- available to the smaller com- munity You'll have your op- portunity this evening, and is there not, too, a certain added pleasure in being able to say, some yes, I hear Westcott when UP NORTH: At the Auditorium in Calgary this month A Tchaikovsky Concert (Calgary Philhar- monic Society, Oct Kris Knstoferson (Oct Johnny Cash (Oct B B King (Oct Big Band Cavalcade (Oct Ivan Rebroff (Oct Brahm's Concert (Calgary Philharmonic Oct The Budapest Symphony (Oct The Ballet (Oct Kenny Rogers and the First Edition (Oct 29) Also, Oct 2-10, the premier showing of the works collected by the Alberta Art Foundation Now that should be interesting' LOCALLY- In rehearsal, the Lethbridge Musical Theatre's production of Mame. Back stage enthusiasts should contact Ed Bayly at the Yates if they would like to help At the College, A Thunder Carnival is to be presented on campus at the beginning of November Betty Sorenson who brought in the delightful You're a Good Man Charlie Brown is the director Monday, it's the pride of P E I, Stompin' Tom Connors at the Pavilion Tuesday even- ing the U of L series on movie comedy teams continues Another fine pianist for you, Malcolm Troup, will appear in the U of L series at the Yates And, a tea and bake sale may not have a place in this column But tomorrow at Southmmster United Church, the Symphony Women's League ask you to come to theirs Proceeds are for the orchestra and chorus and every little bit counts to keep this organization going and growing in this city TO ENTERTAIN YOU THIS WEEK AT THE VENTURA IN COALDALE "TOM McNICOL" VENTURA HOTEL COALDALE Dine and HOTEL Dance Lounge Red coach Lounge CELEBRATION GEORGE RENAUD MOTH CORNER 4th AVE and 7th ST. S. PHONE 327-3191 Friday, September 28, 1973 THE HERALD 11 Lancaster to play Moses Plane found? Orchestra leader Glenn Miller was killed in a plane crash in 1944, but the wreckage was never found. An unidentified diver has reportedly found the wreckage off the coast of France. Are you getting enough out of life? Come to this Christian Science Lecture "Where Do We Look for by John Richard Kenyon a Christian Science practitioner teacher Sunday, September 30 Allan Watson School 6th S. at Mayor Magrath Drive JERUSALEM (Reuter) Actor Burt Lancaster has ar- rived in Israel to star in The Life of Moses, an Italian- British television production being filmed in Jerusalem, at the Dead Sea and in Eilat Lancaster already has com- pleted two months of interior scenes in the Temples of a set in Rome NEW YORK (AP) Soul singer Roberta Flack an- nounced Wednesday that she will go on a three-week concert tour in February to seven African countries to raise money for the organiza- tion Africare THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL -Presents- m the AZTEC LOUNGE Songs Piano Stylings by "WAYNE WILLIAMS" in the CABARET "ROUND- HOUSE" THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY. LONDON (AP> Prime Minister Edward Heath has invited jazz musician and composer Duke Ellington to attend a dinner party at 10 Downing Street Ellington is due in London Oct 23 to play at a special Westminster Abbey rel'gious concert celebrating United Nations day LOS ANGELES (AP) Singer Frank Sinatra has made a comeback from retirement taping a perfor- mance for a television special to be seen in November Sinatra, 57, ended his two- year retirement with a show for NBC, 01' Blue Eyes Is Back, to be shown Nov 18 The special also features Gene Kelly paramount HOLLYWOOD (Reuter) Television actor Dennis Weaver, 49, said Wednesday he will run for president of the Screen Actor's Guild because of what he termed the guild's "inadequate concern" for lowerpaid actors and racial minorities Current guild president is actor John Gavin Weaver, star of the McCloud television series, said tie thought it was time that political divisions in the guild were healed QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETglCH Certified Dwital MMtante Capitol Furniture 0109. PHONE: NOW SHOWING At p.m. FAMILY FAMILY Universal Piciureb Ruben Sliguwd A NORMAN JEWISON Film "JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR" Matinee Saturday At p.m. TEDNtELEY CARL ANDERSON YNONNE ELLIMAN BARRY DENNEN vtt-npb, K Mclvyn Bragg Norrrun Jevuson Baled he R -a OIKTj "Jesus Christ Superstar' Tim Rice paramount cinema The Director Company preuenbi NOW SHOWING At and p.m. ADULT "HALLELUJAH! THERE IS GOOD NEWS TONIGHT BECAUSE THERE IS A GOOD MOVIE A MOVIE FILLED WITH WHAT IT TAKES. A MOVIE THAT WILL MAKE YOU FEEL GOOD ALL OVER WHEN IT'S ALL OVER." NBC-TV Everyone is Talking About It drive-in TONITE-SAT. and SUNDAY THE GREATEST FIGHTING MACHINE THE WEST HAS EVER KNOWN Charles Branson Ursula Andress ToshiroMifuneJUain Detent ANfflQNALGENERAL PCTJRESRaEASE sCapucine COMPANION FEATURE I mewAwouxxnor JASONftOMflOS _________ Gates Open One Complete Show 8 p.m. NOW SHOWING At p.m. The big brawling comedy drama that breaks the new West wide open. CRUDE DIALOGUE MAY BE OBJECTIONAL TO SOME RESTRICED ADULT HERO Starring KEIR DULLEA, ELIZABETH ASHLEY JOHN BECK, DAYLE HADDON and FRANZ RUSSELL This Picture was Filmed in Entirity in Saskatoon and Delisle, Saskatchewan! 'If You Could Read My Mind" Written and sung by Gordon Lightfoot United way UNITED WAY GIVING CARTONS Have been delivered to homes in Lethbridge If you or your family do not have the opportunity to give at your place of employment, PLEASE contribute a dime or a nickel each day You will be helping your fellow 1 Lethbridge citizens by contributing CONTAINERS WILL BE PICKED UP OCTOBER 15 THRU OCTOBER 17 ;