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I saw Dracula the other night.
Normally, this is not the kind ot thing one admits in print,
but the experience was really memorable.
Seated just outside the sitting room of a private British
sanitorium, a large group of us witnessed a strange series of
events. We were introduced to a group of characters which
included doctors, servants, deranged and possessed individ-
uals, and, of course, Dracula.
Each of these characters had a part to play in the drama,
and they played them well. The erie lights and sounds which
accompanied the entrances and exits of Dracula, played by
Scott Anderson, sent shivers up and down the spine.
After the final groans and screams had faded, there were
images which remained etched in the mind. There were Lucy
Westenra, played by Laura Memos, and Jonathan Harker,
played by Layne Sanden, who fell under the spell of the
Count. There was Flenfield, played by Lewis Mayfield, who
delighted us in an odd sort of way by climbing on furniture
and eating flies. And there was Dr. Abraham Van Helsing,
played by David Maguire, who proved that good can truly
There are skeptics who claim that Dracula is a product of
the imagination and not to be believed. Those of us who were
there that night believe.
Sophomore Mark Wacker, senior Jodi Brasch,
and junior Layne Sanden discuss the horrifying
prospect of a vampire.
As Dr. Van Helsing, senior Dave Maguire consults
Lucy, played by junior Laura Memos, about her
Playing the part of a deranged mental patient liv-
ing in a mental sanatorium, senior Lewis Mayfield
looks upward for flies.
In preparation for the first dress rehearsal of Dra-
cula, sophomore Mark Wacker straightens and ad-
justs his tie.
Before giving a performance for the dress rehears-
al, sophomore Susie Mackie receives an application
of make-up from junior Layne Sanden,
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Every Friday and Saturday at midnight, the Rocky Horror Picture Show descended on the Duck Creek
Movies television books and avarlety
of other things provided students with
plenty of entertainment durrng the year
Superstar John Travolta once again
starred in a hit movie the 1950 s musical
Grease Superman also came to the
screen to perform has great tasks A drf
Prcture Show allowed audlences to torn
in the fun throughout most of the year
On the TV screen Robin Williams
soared to stardom as Mork in Mork and
Mindy Satruday Night Live continued to
be popular as did the Muppet Show
Of course music was again a tavorite
with the style ranging from Billy Joel to
the Blues Brothers
Whatever their interests were 1979
provided entertainment for everyone
Music Den is one of the many stores where the
Blues Brothers W album was available.
ferent type of movie, the Rocky. Horror
Ziggy, a favorite comic strip, has grown into an industry l
with everything from purses to greeting cards. 3
Traces of comedian Steve Martin, such as this transfer at
the Crazy Top Shop, could be found everywhere.
Movies based upon books, such as Lord of the
Rings, made both the show and the story popu-
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