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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 30, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas “Batman and Robin” tops new video releases Tm it.rn rnmjmtm**Btmy14 scale ($485/day, Screen Actors Guild minimum) and a Picasso painting in ttia 1992 animaled I Disney hit Ag**Sn? 2. What 1944 film starred Margaret O'Brien, Charles Laughton and Robert Young? 3. Whet yap did Cape Fair, . r Imwftfiirt Hnhklt    '    * starring rooqvc ucNtro, premiere r wnat actor in we DeNlro remake also starred In the 1962 original? 4. What Oscar winning actor starred opposite Keanu Reeves in the 1996 turn Chain rWBCDOnr 5. This 1939 film starring Ginger Rogers and David Niven had two workirg titles—My Fifth Avenue GM and She Said I Do— before a final title was decided I upon? What is the film? 6. How rawly Deck to the future Urns have there been? Name the years in which they 0661 P<* 6961 ‘S86T OSJMI ‘9 jemotHJOtoqoeg q utiuoaij nwflmyt *y eoeg AioBajQ ‘T66T *6 setal Ajnqwjeo eta Z sujbhhm ufqo« I Ratings for each film begin with a “star" rating: ★ * “poor," ititkit = “excellent" - followed by the Motion Picture Association af America rating anda family-viewing guide, the key for which appears below. BATMAN ft ROBIN (Warner, $22.97): George Clooney assumes che Caped Crusader’s cowl in the latest big-screen adventure of the hero of Gotham City, who teams again with the Boy Wonder (Chris O’Donnell) to fight the sinister ML Freeze (Arnold Schwarzenegger) and the alluring Poison Ivy (Uma Thurman). Alicia Silverstone also is aboard as Batgirl; model Elle Macpherson also appears. (PG-13: AS, P,V) appears as Powers’ assistant, and Michael York portrays his boss. (PG-13: AS, P,V) Margulies are among the stars. (R: AS, P, V) appear as Kirk’s parents. Luis Llosa’s {TheSpecialist) AUST* POWERS: INTERNATIONAL MAN OF MYSTERY (New Line, $105.52): Mike Myers {Wayne's World) adds another memorable character to his comedy repertoire with this spoof of 1960s secret-agenc movies. He plays a cryogenically frozen British spy defrosted in the '90s to battle his old enemy (also played by Myers); Elizabeth Hurley WILD AMERICA (Warner, $22.%): Inspired by the true story of Marty Stouffer and his brothers, specialists in nature documentaries, this adventure recalls the early and    WHATS sometimes dangerous efforts of the siblings—played    Y*P- by Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Devon Sawa and Scott Bairstow—to capture the activities of near-extinct animals on film. Frances Fisher {Unforgiven) also is featured. (PG: P,V) PARADISE ROAD (Fox, $97.51): Written and directed by Bruce Beresford (Driving Miss Daisy), this drama focuses on a group of women who rely on each other for strength and support as they deal with the grueling realities of internment in a Japanese prison camp during World War ll. Glenn Close, Fargo Oscar-winner Frances McDormand and ER regular Julianna trtr.Ttocirnt    Tie    ll    l».wHrri*f>m ttVMttSWtt/ n" " MMU W I'’:'    ■■_I    '    ■    '_ in the news... y* Family affair! Danny Da VMO, right, one of the stars of the film LA. Confidential,    „ - - . turns a video camera on photographers at the premiere of the film in I |QYQ a Hollywood. Pictured with DeVito are his wife, actress Rhea Perlman, second from right, and some of DeVito’s children and their friends.    pftfflliOl ^ HELD OVER: THAT OLD FEELING (Universal, $103.91): Bette Midler gets to use her trademark persona to its full extent in director Carl Reiner’s comedy, as she plays a woman who has an initially hostile reunion with her ex-husband (Dennis Farina) as their daughter prepares to get married. However, their feuding yields to a renewed passion for each other, creating fresh problems; Gail O’Grady also is featured. (PG-13: AS, P) Qeotgi Ctoonsy, MI, and Chria O’Donnell star aa Batman A Robin. Six-time Emmy winner entertainer Carol Barnett waves to the crowd in Pasadena. Calif., after the announcement that she will star as Grand Marshal of the 109th Rose Parade, set for New Year's Day. 1998. A June Un all ages OLD YELLER (Disney, $19.99): One of the Disney studio’s top live-action classics gets commemorati ve-edi tion treatment in this restored version, marking the film’s 40th anniversary. In the adaptation of Fred Gipson’s novel, Tommy Kirk plays the youth devoted to a stray dog that dedicates itself totally to' the young man’s family; Fess Parker and Dorothy McGuire (G: V) TRAVELLER (Evergreen, $99.92): Bill Paxton has the central role in this comedy-drama directed by Jack Green, the veteran cinematographer who previously had worked with the actor on Twister. Paxton plays a con artist who tries to teach the tricks of his trade to a young apprentice (Mark Wahlberg, formerly music’s Marky Mark). ER Emmy-winner Julianna Margulies also has a prominent part. (R: AS, P,V) melodrama leaves little doubt that one of the "stars” is an enormous snake, the quarry of a hunter (Jon Voight) who takes the members of a film crew hostage in a jungle. He uses their resources to track the reptile, but many dangers lie in wait; Jennifer Lopez, Ice Cube and Erie Stoltz also are in the cast. (PG-13: AS, P,V) ANACONDA (Columbia/TriStar, $107.11): The title of director - Tribune MecHa Services KEY: AS, adult situations; N, nullity; P, profanity; V, violence; GY, partuuLnh graphic violence. Woody7* »t>'1 bitte*1 “It’s a terrible, terrible thing. You know, I dont see them. I haven’t seen Dylan in about seven years. I haven’t seen Satchel in about I years. I don’t want to dwell on this because its so painful, but between the court and some of the press and a portion of the public who have behaved so dishonestly and unconscionably, I don t    _    — think ITI ever find it    .    with    Soon-Yt    is    the heart to forgive them. Mywonderful time Who salttrrhat “Maybe it’s time to put the ‘e’ back in entertainment and the ’n’ back in news and do something for the network’s S and P—their souls as well as their pocketbooks, lf you don't know how to communicate with words, you’re in the wrong business. And I feel there are too many of the wrong people out there in my business.” - 60 WHnutee creator Don Hewitt 1,11 I HOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 629-6400 IM 35 ciiui Walnut Ave. Halloween at I, celebrated her birthday earlier this month, but exactly which one is up in the air. &$§TI be 80, according to reference books. The former MGM star said she’s in her early 70s. She said sha Ned to get her driver’s license. This nears Warstfest Nill feature pumpkins, caffeines ami triek-er-treating during fleeing ai)lit Friday. Mintiest will open et 5:15 p.m. en Halloween. 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