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Houston Breakthrough, October 1980 - Page 26. October 1980. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 6, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/1588/show/1585.

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Title Houston Breakthrough, October 1980
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Date October 1980
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TILLINGHAST, PRESIDENT Houston* Galveston • San Antonio* Corpus Christi NETWORK continued The Lady Killers (1955)—RO—7:30 pm; The Magic Christian (1970)—RO—9:15 pm. Oct. 23: The Phantom Creeps VII; Maria Candelaria (1962); Corazone de Ninos (1965)—MOT—7:15 pm. The Green Wall (Robles Godoy, 1970)—RMC—7:30 pm. The Man in the Glass Booth (1974)—RO—7:15 pm; Rhinoceros (1974)—RO—9:30 pm. Oct. 24: Ruggles of Red Gap (1936); Red River (1948)—MOT—7:15 pm. The Last Years of Childhood (Kuckelmann, 1979)—RMC—7:30 & 10 pm. Rude Boy (Hazan & Mingay, 1980)— RO—7 & 9:30 pm. Oct. 25: The Phantom Creeps VIII; Let the Good Times Roll (1975); Breaking Away (1979)—MOT—7:15 pm. Monarch (Flutsch & Stelzer, 1979)—MFA—8 pm. The Conversation (Coppola, 1974)—RMC—7:30 & 10 pm; Pinocchio (Disney, 1937)—RMC—1:30 & 3:30 pm. Rude Boy (Hazan & Mingay, 1980)— RO—7 & 9:30 pm. Oct. 26: Paths of Glory (Kubrick, 1957)— RMC—7:30 pm. Rude Boy (Hazan & Mingay, 1980)—RO—7 & 9:30 pm. Oct. 27 & 28: Rude Boy (Hazan & Mingay, 1980)—RO—7 &9:30 pm. Oct. 29: The Phantom Creeps IX; North by Northwest (Hitchcock, 1959)—MOT—7:15 pm. Yojimbo (Kurosawa, 1961)—RMC—7:30 pm. Rude Boy (Hazan & Mingay, 1980)— RO—7 & 9:30 pm. Oct. 30: Stormy Weather (1943); Scott Joplin (1977)—MOT—7:15 pm. Lolita (Kubrick, 1962)—RMC—7:30 pm. Rude Boy (Hazan & Mingay, 1980)—RO—7 & 9:30 pm. Oct. 31: The Phantom Creeps; Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein (1952); Love at First Bite (1978)—MOT—7:15 pm. The Night with Chandler (Noever, 1979)—MFA—8 pm. Psycho (Hitchcock, 1960); Murder (Hitchcock, 1930)—RMC—7:30 pm. King of Hearts (1967)—RO—3:45 & 7:30 pm; Harold & Maude (Ashby, 1971)—RO—5:45 & 9:30 pm. MUSIC Agora 5124 Richmond (960-1318) Oct. 10 & 11 - Easy Street Oct. 15 - Hepinstill Oct. 16 - Headmaster Oct. 17 - Heac//77asfer/(midnight show) - Rockats Oct. 18 - Headmaster Oct. 20 - Head East Oct. 21 - War Oct. 22 - The Coldcuts featuring Jimmy Don Smith/John Vandiver Oct. 23, 24 & 25 - Easy Street Oct. 27 & 28 - Shake Russell-Dana Cooper Band Oct. 29, 30 & 31 - U.S. Kids Anderson Fair Retail Restaurant 2007 Grant (528-8576) Every Wednesday in Oct. - Dr. Rockit Oct. 10 & 11 - Nanci Griffith Oct. 16 - The Banded Geckos Oct. 17 - Don Sanders Oct. 18 - Bill Haymes & Don Sanders Oct. 19 - Bill Haymes Oct. 24 & 25 - Eric Taylor Oct. 31 - Vance Bell Every Sunday - Rock & Roll {The Natives or Little Screamin' Kenny Bobo) Birdwatchers 907 Westheimer (527-0595) Every Tuesday - Saturday in Oct. - Scott Gertner Quartet Every Sunday in Oct. - Craig Smith Quartet Every Monday in Oct. - Craig Smith Quarter with Terry Meason Cody's 3400 Montrose (522-9747) Every Monday - Saturday in Oct. - Paul English Group Cooter's 5256 Richmond (961-7494) Oct. 14 - Dean Scott Oct. 21 - Shake Russell-Dana Cooper Band/ Michael Marcoulier Oct. 28 - Johnny Dee and The Rocket 88's Fitzgerald's 2706 White Oak (862-7580) Oct. 11 - The Lotions Oct. 17 & 18- The Planets Oct. 19 - The Chuck Miller Band Oct. 24 & 25 - Tomi-Lee Bradley and The Shuffle Brothers Houlahan's #2 128 Westheimer (528-1835) Every Monday - Open Stage Oct. 10 & 11 - Wild Card Oct. 12 - Lindsay Haisley Oct. 14 - Don Sanders Oct. 15 - Eric Taylor Oct. 16 - Marianne Phelps Oct. 17 & 18 - The Natives Oct. 18 & 19 - Marianne Phelps (noon-6 pm) Oct. 19 - J. IV. Wier Oct. 21 - Rick Gordon Oct. 22 - Lucinda/'A" Band Oct. 23 - Clover Roll Oct. 24 & 25 - Little Screamin' Kenny Bobo Oct. 26 - Gordy Headly Oct. 28 - Donna and The Survivors with Michael Knutz Oct. 29 - The Banded Geckos Oct. 30 - Clover Roll Oct. 31 & Nov. 1 - 804 Huber's 112 Travis (224-3300) Alternating Mondays - Jazz Revisited/All That Jazz Tuesdays - /. H. Smalley Wednesdays - Over The Hill Gang Thursdays - The Market Squares Fridays & Saturdays - /. H. Smalley Jones Hall 615 Louisiana (222-3415) Oct. 10, 12, 14 & 17 - Houston Grand Opera ("II Trovatore") Oct. 18, 19 & 20 - Houston Symphony Orchestra (All Mendelssohn Program) Oct. 24 - Houston Symphony Orchestra (Open Rehearsal) Oct. 25 & 26 - Houston Symphony Orchestra (William Schuman, Mozart, Falla, Debussy & Ravel) Mum's Jazzplace 2016 Main at West Gray (659-1004) Every Sunday - Add Lib featuring Donna Menthol Monday - Friday (5:30-7:30) - Horace Grigsby Music Hall 810 Bagby (222-4461) Oct. 24 - The Houston Pops featuring Tom T. Hall Rockefeller's 3620 Washington (864-6242) Every Wednesday in Oct. - Beto Y Los Fairlanes Every Sunday in Oct. - KUHF Jazz Jam Every Monday in Oct. (Blue Monday) - Double Trouble Oct. 10 - Peter Rowan Oct. 11 - The Kingston Trio Oct. 17 & 18 - Ramsey Lewis Oct. 23 - Green Onions Oct. 24 - Doc Watson Oct. 25 - Pure Prairie League Oct. 29 & 30 - Eric Johnson Oct. 31 - The Krayolas Rock Island 4705 Main (520-9040) Every Tuesday - The Natives Oct. 10 & 11 - Radio Planets Oct. 17 & 18 - The Deliquents/Sharon Tate's Baby Oct. 24 & 25 - The Judys Oct. 31 & Nov. 1 - The Gators St. Michel 2150 Richmond (522-0041) Every Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday - Joe Nettles Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday - Mickey Mosley Steamboat Springs 4919 West Alabama (629-6650) Oct. 16,17&18- Shake Russell-Dana Cooper Band The Summit 10 Greenway Plaza (961-9003) Oct. 11 - The Cars Oct. 14 - Elton John Oct. 24 - The Doobie Brothers Whiskey River 8670 S. Gessner at Hwy. 59 (777-5235) Every Sunday in Oct. - Greased Lightning Oct. 9, 10 & 11 - Larry Franklin Oct. 14-18, 21-25 & 28-31 - Vince Vance and The Valiants Oct. 1, 2, 7 & 8 - Tommy Conners Band THEATERS Black Ensemble, 1010 Tuam (520-0055). Once in a Wifetime by Celeste Colson. From Oct. 16-Nov. 9. Thurs.-Sat., 8:30 pm and Sun., 5 pm. Tickets: $5. Chocolate Bayou, 1823 Lamar (759-9840). A Moon for the Misbegotten by Eugene O'Neill. Running Sept. 19-Oct. 11. The show will possibly be extended through Oct. Call to find out exact dates. Thurs. 7:30 pm; Fri.-Sat., 8:30 pm; and Sun., 7 pm. Tickets: $4.50-$5.50. Channing Players, First Unitarian Church, Southmore at Main (622-3152). Dangerous Corner by J. B. Priestly. Opens Oct. 10 and runs Fri.-Sat. until Oct. 25, 8:30 pm Tickets: 26 HOUSTON BREAKTHROUGH