The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 06.10.1978, Blaðsíða 9

The White Falcon - 06.10.1978, Blaðsíða 9
MOVIE REVIEWS Oct. 6-13 t *-% j All ages admitted - General audiences. Children under v7 7 years of age must be accompanied by an ID holder. All ages admitted - Parental Guidance Suggested. P^7 Children under 7 years of age must be accompanied by an ID card holder. 'R' Restricted - Under 17 requires parent or adult guard- ian to accompany during movie. Today Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Andrews Theater N> 0\ \D t—' * S R 0 D F L I N R P * U CC 0 * * S Y * * W Z * * BB V * * T P X Top of the Rock Wind- breaker * A H * B * * A * * * * * W A A 'O' :iub Rock- O o o o * L M S V U A W A X A Y * R * Z Grindy Club Marine Club to -J O O o o A z K N S M a P A R A T A Y A V uso A. PIRANHA—Drama (PG). A young photographer, her brother and their guide, set out to photograph the jungle wildlife of the Amazon River region. The trio encounter Caribe, a cold-blooded hunter known for having little concern for animal or human life. B. JONATHAN LIVINGSTON SEAGULL—Fantasy allegory (G). Jonathan Livingston teaches himself to fly higher and faster than any other gull and to dive in the ocean for fish. His parents disapprove of such radical beVavior and he is banished from the flock. C. DAY FOR NIGHT—Comedy (PG). The filming of "Meet Pamela" commences at Nice's Victorine Studios. Amidst confusion, the film gets finished. Stars Jacqueline Bisset and Francois Truffaut. D. YOUNG TOM EDISON—Drama (G). Young Thomas Edison is portrayed by Mickey Rooney. He is depicted re- counting his earliest inventions and showing how he saves a doomed train and becomes a boy hero. E. THE NICKEL RIDE—Drama (PG). Ring leader (Jason Miller) of Los Angeles is head of a group of racke- teers called "The People". He obtains a warehouse to hold their growing inventory of stolen goods. But workers feel the deal isn't going fairly. F. CANDLESHOE—Comedy (G). Schemers bribe street- smart Jodie Foster with a Ferrari to impersonate the lost granddaughter of the Lady of the Candleshoe man- sion, (Helen Hayes). A fortune in gold is thought to be hidden somewhere in the mansion. G. ROOSTER—Drama (PG). The life of Wyatt Yoder (Vinnie Van Patten) makes the arduous journey into manhood on his 18th birthday. He is now old enough, according to his parents, to take part in the illegal and violent sport of cockfiehtine. H. THE SERPENT'S EGG—Drama . (R). A former trapeze artist turned drunk (David Carradine) is being inves- tigated . for the suicide of his brother. An American Jew, Carradine feels there is a rise of anti-Semitism engulfing the country. I. BIG TIME—Drama (R). "Big Time Eddy Jones" (Christopher Joy) borrows money from loansharks to pay for his father's hospital expenses and to support his mother. J. SUTTER'S GOLD—Historical Drama (G). Stars Edward Arnold and Lee Tracy. No synopsis avail- able. K. PACO—Drama (G). An orphan, Paco, sets off for the city to find his supposedly wealthy uncle, "Uncle Four Eyes". Paco instead finds that his uncle is feigning blindness and runs a band of young beggers and thieves. L. SHADOW OF THE HAWK—Drama (PG). An Indian woman is sentenced to death by her tribe and comes back from the dead to haunt them and get revenge. M. RIDE A WILD PONY—Comedy (G). A boy's pony runs away and its new owner is a little girl who has polio. When the boy finds the pony there is a confrontation on who is the owner. Taking it to court, the judges says the pony should decide. N. THE LAST CIRCUS SHOW—Human Interest (G). A victim of his parent's broken marriage and his al- coholic father, young Jimmy supports his father by putting on a puppet show for neighborhood children. 0. JRACULA'S DOG—Horror (R). The burial place of the Draculas is accidentally unearthed. A dog's corpse, Zoltan, comes to life and unstakes his master, Nalder. Together they seek the last de- scendent of Dracula. P. THE END—Comedy (R). Burt Reynolds is dying of a toxic blood disease. Shattered by the news, he tries to commit suicide in many ways and finally realizes he doesn't really want to die. R. HARPER VALLEY PTA—Comedy (PG). Barbara Eden accuses the school board with hypocrisy snd hanky- panky when it threatens her that her daughter will be expelled from school if Eden doesn't change her unconventional wavs. S. SUNDANCE CASSIDY & BUTCH THE KID—Western (PG). Brothers Monty and Ted have to live together for six months in order to collect an inheritance. Later, Monty convinces Ted to turn outlaw. CLUB BEAT Today Saturday Sunday T. ALICE DOESN'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE—Drama (PG). A widow, who must support her young son, seeks to renew her long lost career as a singer. Stars Ellen Burstyn and Kris Kristofferson. U. HAWMPS—Comedy (G). This film considers a pre-Civil War Army experiment to determine if camels can replace cavalry horses. Stars Chris Connelly and James Hampton. V. BRANNIGAN—Suspense Drama (PG). A police lieutenant is sent by the Chicago police chief to London to recapture an indicted mobster who managed to leave the country while out on bail. Stars John Wayne and Richard Attenborough. W. A REASON TO LIVE A REASON TO DIE—Drama (PG). A Civil War fortress, which was considered im- pregnable, was sacked and destroyed by a wild bunch of marauders who seemingly appeared out of nowhere. Stars James Coburn and Telly Savalas. X. THE CHOSEN—Suspense Drama (R). A man's son accidentally kills his mother while protecting his father. Stars Kirk Douglas and Simon Ward. Y. THE GIANT SPIDER INVASION—Horror Drama (R). A giant meteorite crashes into the earth on a farm owned by Ev and and her husband Ben. Stars Steve Brodie and Barbara Hale. Z. THE PERFECT KILLER—Drama (PG). Harry Chapman is in prison, having unsuccessfully at- tempted to hold up a greyhound racing stadium. AA. RETURN FROM WITCH MOUNTAIN—Comedy (G). A Witch Mountain dweller pilots his nephew and niece by flying saucer to the Pasadena Rose Bowl. Stars Bette Davis and Christopher Lee. BB. DELICATE BALANCE—Drama (PG). Winning a Pulitzer Prize, this Edward Albee play delves into emotional conflicts from birth to death. Stars Paul Scofield and Katherine Hepburn. CC. STAR TREK—Science Fiction (G). No synopsis available. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Officers' Club AFI Hail & Bless Supply Happy Hour CR 7 to 10 p.m. HS Homecoming BB 9 a.m. to 1 p.m Snack Bar 1-11 p.m Casual Bar 5 to midnight BB 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; Snack Bar 2:30-10 p.m. Family Buffet; Movie 7:15 p.m. Casual Bar 5 p.m. Breakfast 6:30- 8:30 a.m. week- days; Lunch 11:30 a.m.-l p.m. Movie 7:15; Dupli- cate Bridge OWC meeting Casual Bar 5 p.m. Candlelight Room 7 to 10 p.m. Snack Bar 2:30-11 p.m. Movie 7:15 Candlelight Room 7 to 10 Snack Bar 2:30-11 p.m. Movie 7:15 Kiwanis Luncheon 11:30 Wind- breaker Bar opens noon Happy Hour 4-6 Live music 9-1 Bar opens at 1 Snack Bar closed Movie 2:30, Live Music 9-1 Snack bar closed Movie 2:30, Dining Room 5 - 8 with Family Buffet Bar opens noon; Snack Bar 11 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.; Dining room open 6-9 weekdays Family Night Fish Fry Special Top of the Rock Dining 5 p.m. Disco 9 p.m. Octoberfest Live music Lunch room closed Dining 5 p.m. Disco 9 p.m. Dinner thea- ter Lunch 11:30- 4 Bingo 2 p.m. Movie 7 p.m. Disco 9 p.m. Dinner thea- ter Lunch room closed Movie can- celled Disco 8 p.m. Dinner thea- ter Bar opens 3 Dining 5 Movie 7 p.m. "Nickle Off Night" Bar opens 3 Dining 5 Bingo 7:30 Disco 8 p.m. Dining 5 Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 Movie 7 Rockville L Happy Hour 5-6 Club card draw Dining 6-9 Family bingo 3 Bar opens noon Steak special Bar opens noon Dining 6 to 10 Pizza special Happy Hour 5-6 Club card draw Shorty Night Bar 11 to I- 4:30 to 10 Membership Night—must be a member to attend. Fish and chips special; din- ing 6 to 9. Enlisted Dining Facility menu TODAY Lunch—Chicken noodle soup, fried Icelandic fish, meatballs, macaroni and cheese, Harvard beets, scalloped corn. Dinner—Tomato vegetable soup, fried chicken, stuffed frankfurters, rice pil- aff, cornbread dressing, succotash. SATURDAY Brunch at 10 a.m.—Tomato rice soup, grilled cheese sandwiches, French fried potatoes. Dinner—Baked lasagna, spaghetti, pizza pie, polonaise broccoli spears, garlic bread. SUNDAY Brunch at 10 a.m.—Logging soup, Coney Island burgers, potato chips. Dinner—Creole soup, teriyaki beef steak, natural sauce, baked potatoes, sour cream, seasoned mixed vegetables. MONDAY Columbus Day brunch at 10 a.m.— Chili size sandwiches, French fries, baked beans. Dinner—Minestrone soup, cold cut platter, potato salad, potato chips, boiled navy beans. TUESDAY Lunch—Tomato noodle soup, open face turkey sandwich, fried liver fingers, cream rice gravy, snowflake potatoes, bread dressing, seasoned corn, spiced beets. Dinner—Cream of potato soup, grilled ham steak with pineapple sauce, fried Icelandic fish, cottage fried potatoes, seasoned pinto beans, polonaise broccoli spears, cornbread. WEDNESDAY Lunch—French onion soup, honey glazed corned beef, baked Polish sau- sage, mustard sauce, parsley buttered potatoes, fried cabbage, seasoned car- rots. Dinner—Vegetable supreme soup, beef pinwheels, oriental skillet, steamed rice, rissole potatoes, French cut green beans, fried squash. THURSDAY Lunch—Cream of tomato soup, stuffed cabbage rolls, beef pot pie, baked maca- roni and cheese, seasoned green peas, paprika cauliflower. Dinner—Chicken noodle soup, veal birds with natural sauce, baked stuffed frankfurters, duchess potatoes, seasoned mixed vegetables, buttered brussels sprouts. FRIDAY Lunch—Clam chowder, poached or fried Icelandic fish, beef casserole, lyon- naise potatoes, scalloped cream style corn, seasoned mustard greens, hush puppies. Dinner—Beef barley, marinated London steak with natural sauce, steamed rice, mashed potatoes, Creole lima beans, normandie carrots.

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