Patrick Swayze fans who turned out to see their favorite hunk as a bar bouncer gave "Road House" a respectable opening. During its first weekend in release, the MGM/UA film grossed nearly $6 million at 1,927 theaters, a per-screen average of $3,092. And the Richard Pryor-Gene Wilder comedy, "See No Evil, Hear No Evil," continued to enjoy strong business in its second week, grossing $6.1 million at 1,680 theaters, or $3,634 per screen. But both movies are likely to take a beating when Paramount's "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" opens Wednesday.
* Fox's teen comedy, "How I Got Into College," easily qualified as a bomb, grossing only $651,850 at 743 theaters. Meanwhile, New Century Vista's horror picture, "Fright Night Part II," enjoyed fairly good business at 148 theaters, where it grossed $3,704 per screen.