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   Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 20, 1997, Tokyo, Japan                              PACIFIC STARS AND STRIPES TUESDAY,'HAY 20,1997 BSubject to change without noticeMorning (Tuesday)6:00 Toddy on NBC8:00 CNN Headline News8:30 ABC News : ,9:00 Sesame Street ;10:00 NHU Playoffs: ColonwtoAva-lanche vs. Detroit Red WingsAfternoon ° ,1:00 Montel Williams• 1:50 Guiding Light2:35 General Hospital ' .../?'•''3:20 Secret World of Alex Mark3:45 WhatAAAess'4:10 Soul Train v^5:00 Wheeljof Fortune.5:30 Jeopardy!.Evening' 6:00 AFKN News Tonight6:20 CNN Headline News6-M CNN/Sports Illustrated7:00 Grace Under Fire7:30 Seinfeld, 8:00 3rd Rock from the^Sun8:30 Movie: Pure Country10:30 AFKN News Tonight (repeal)10:50 CNN Headline News11:00 ABC News Nightline11:30 Tonight Show12:30 Late Show with David Let-• terman1:30 CNN/Sports Illustrated2:00 N.Y. Undercover3:00 Good Morning America5:00 CNN Impact.Morning (Wednesday)'6:00 T&iayonNBC8:00 CNN Headline News8:30 ABC News9:00 Sesame Street, 10:50 Basic Training10:30 Seinfeld11:00 Dateline NBC «(Osan)Afternoon (Tuesday),4:00 ;JeOParaVl " ' ,4:30 Wheel of Fortune5:00 The Oprah Winfrey ShowEvening .'6:00 Frasier6:30 Boy Meets World7:00 The Nanny7:30 Pinky And The Brain °8:00 Bay watch9:00 Movie: Indictment: The11:55,1:002:002:303:003J304:30McMartin Trial.NovaBeverly Hills 90210Boy Meets WorldSeinfeldLiving Single •-Mel rose PlaceMovie: Major LeagueMorning (Tuesday)6:30 Entertainment Tonight7:00 AFRTS Advisory Block7:30 -ABC; World News Tonight8~:00 NBC Niglitly News8:30 ESPN NHL Hockey Playoffs:Conference Finals Colorado Ava-lancfte vs. Detroit Red Wings11:30 CNN CrossfireAfternoon ;*.-''-12:00 CNN Headline News12:30 CNN/Sports Illustrated1:00 CNN Headline News1:30 Nightline . •2iOO CNN Impact A3:00 CNN Headline News3:30 CNN/Sports Illustrated ,4:00 Late Show with David Let- .terman5:00 CNN Headline News-5:30 Showbiz TodayEvening6:00 The Oprah Winfrey Show7:00. Jeopardy!7:23 Wheel Of Fortune0 7:45 Channel One8:00 Today on NBC10:00 CNN Headline News10:30 CNN Moneyline11:00 ABC Good Morning America1:00 CNN Headline News1:30 CNN/Sports Illustrated2:00 Pinky And The Brain2:30 The Nanny3:00 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine4:00 Walker, Texas Ranger5:00 CNN Headline News .5:30 Tonight Show with Jay LenoMorn i hg (Wednesday)6:30 Entertainment Tonight7:00 AFRTS Advisory Block7:30 ABC World News Tonight8:00 NBC Nightly News8:30 CBS Evening News9:00 Sports: TfiAMorn i ng (Tuesday)6:00 World Business Today6^30 World sport7:00 World View8:00 World News;: 8:30 Moneyline - ./-'*9:00 world News9:15 American Edition --*9:30 Q& A10:00 Larry King Live' 11:00 Vitorld News11:30 Showbiz TodayAfternoon12:00 World News12:38,.World Report1:00 'World News :,1:30 Insight2:00 World News2:30 Moneyline3:00 World News •'„ •-•3:30 World Sport- •£4:00 World News ^4:30 Showbiz Today5:00 World News5:30 CNN Newsroom„ Evening6:00 World News ; •'."••'fc30 Worie Report7:00 World News „'7:30 American Edition7:45 Q& A8:00 Tokyo Prime9:00 World News9:15 Asian Edition9:30 Business Asia -V.10:00 Larry King Live11:,$) World News11:30 World Sport12:00 Showbiz Today12:30 Business Asia1:00 World News ' • _-,- .'1:30 Q&A\ 2:00 World News ,'2:45 American Edition3:00 World Business Today3:30 World News4:00 World News4:30 World Report:"5:00 World News Europe5:30. InsightMorn i ng (Wednesday)6:00 World Business Today6:30 World Sport7:00 World View8:00 World News-8:30 Moneyline9:00,, World News9:15 American Edition9:30 Q&A' ^10:00 Larry King Live11:00 World News'11:30 Showbiz, TodayMorning (Tuesday)6:00 .21 Jump Street7:00 Takara Transformers,7:30 G.I.Joe8:00 DinfcyDi's8:30 Denver the_Last Dinosaur9:00 New Adventures Of BlackBeauty9:30 Nine to Five10:00 For Your Entertainment10:30 Mr. Belvedere11:00 Charles in Charge11:30 Kate&AWeAfternoon12:00 Nine to Five12:30 Van Can Cook1:00 Charlie's Angels'2:00 The Oprah Winfrey Show3:00, Santd Barbara . •?'.4:00 The Bold & The Befl}»tif ul4:30 For Your Entertainment5:00 Land of the Giants 'Evening6:00 New Adventures of Black..Beauty ;,"4:30 Mr.Belvedere °7:00 Dungeons & Dragons7:30 Voltron8:00 The Simpsons •8:30 Kate&AHifi9:00° Yes Prime Minister9:30 Some Mothers Do 'Ave Em °10:00 Dynasty ,11:00 Backup12:00 Santa Barbara, "1:00 The Bold & the Beautiful1:30 The Simpsons2;00 Yes Prime Minister2:30 Some Mothers Do 'Ave Em3:00 Dynasty >tt 4;00 Backup5:00 VegasMorn ing (Wednesday)'6:00 21 Jump Street7:00 Takara Transformers "•• '*,7:30 G.I.Joe8:00 Dinky Di'sB;30 Denver the Last Dinosaur• 9:00 New Adventures of BlackBeauty• 9:30 Nine to Five10:00'EfExtremeCloseup "10:30 Mr. Belvedere11:00 Charles in Charge11:30 Kate&Allie(AP Network News on the Hour)AM RadioMorning (Tuesday)5:00 All Things Considered^7:05 Morning Report/AFKN RadioNews/Weather/Paul HarveyNews/Commentary/Tom Tra-dup/Sports/Chip Talk/JamesDobson v (7:25 Morning Devotion7:30 NPR Marketplace8:00 Unistar OldiesAfternoon12:05 Noon ReportAFKN Radio News/Paul Har-vey Rest of the story/BusinessUpdate/Weather/AFRTSNews/Dan Rather/Peter Jen-nings/Army News Notes/Os-good Files/Air Force News/Chip Talk/Everyday Science/Entertainment Report12;35 News and Views: UPI Round-table *1:00 Unistar CountryEvening6:05 Evening^Report/AFKN RadioNews/Sports Update/PaulHarvey Rest of Story/Busi-ness Update/Weather/DanRather/Peter Jennings/Army, , News Notes/Osgood Files/AirForce Radio News6:35 Sports By line •7i05 Rush Limbaugh8;00 NPR Morning Edition (JIP)11:00 Unistar Country12:00 Unistar Country ,FM RadioMorning (Tuesday)7:04 Morning Report/AFKN News' Update/Weather/AFRTS.News/PauKHarvey News &Commentary7:20 Morning Devotions7:25 Eagle F-M Morning Show„ (continued)9:05 Eagle F-M MW MorningExpress-11:05/Eagle F-M Hot LunchAfternoon12:05 Eagle F-M Lun,ch>Special:,Two for Tuesday2:05 Eagle F-M Afternoon DriveEvening: 6:05' LaRlta Shelby8:00 'Unistar Adult RockJCasey:Tue: Absolute Power (R)Kartell Hous&rt'Tue: No/vm^.Henry: ^f^ •Tue: No MovieHovey:Tue: Meet Wally Sparks (R)Humphreys;5"x Tue: Evita (PG)Kunsan:Tue: In LoveAnd War (PG-13)Osan:Tye: Dangerous Ground (R)Pusan:Tue: No Movie"Red Cloud:Tue: Rosewood (R)Stanley:Tue: The Beautician And TheBeast (PG) /Yonesan Balbonl^TTue: Dangerous Ground (R)CalUs.Bd!bi?e You SeridYourToStripes rVintingCall DSN -223138BY RUTHE STEINSan Francisco ChronicleAN FRANCISCO — Thelast time John Glover hada romantic scene in a mov-ie was 20 years ago when, ^lay-ing Diane, Keaton's lover in"Annie Hall," he suggested thatshe "touch my heart with your, „foot."In "Love! Valour! Compas-sion!," which opened May 16,his big romantic scene is withJason Alexander. That's right,Jerry Seinfeld's sidekick.The tenderness with whichGlover's and Alexander's char-acters fell in love is sure totouch the hearts of audiencesable to get past the fact that thisis a movie about a group of gaymen.; ° .'.."That's the trick — to get ev-erybody in the theater to seethis," Glover says, sipping icedtea before a screening of"Love!" at the Sari FranciscoInternational Film Fesjjval',-"Qnee they see it, they'll^%alizethis is a film for everybody, andit will kind of wipe off somelabels." * 'In its original stage incarna-tion, "Love! Valour! Compas-sion!" did just that T^rrenceMcNally's play, which is abouteight Mends who spend aheventful summer together at ahouse in the country, won aTony for best drama.Glover also picked up a Tonyfor his double role as tiie Jeck-yll brothers, good twin Johnand bad twin James — an obvi-ous allusion, he notes, to Dr. Je-kyll and Mr. Hyde.Often when a play is madeinto a movie, new people arebrought in on both sides of thecameras^But almost everyone from theBroadway production of"Love!" worked on the film, in-cluding McNally, who adaptedhis play for the screen, and di-rector Joe Mantello.;The cast is the same exceptfor Nathan* Lane, who couldn'treprise his role as the outra-geous Buzz— described as "thelove child of Liberace and JudyGarland" — because he was do-ing "A Funny Thing Happenedon the Way to the Forum"\onBroadway. Alexander steppedinto the role. ;Besides believing that theywere the b^st people to be inthe film, Man.tello fought for theoriginal cast for practical rea-' ' ."Joe said if we have to re-place anybody other than Na-than there woujdn't be. enoughtime to 4o it," Glover says. "Notwith the money they gave us tpmake the movie — two pointsomething million,"Glover suspects that Alexan-der was hi^ed to have someonein the cast known outside thetheater world. But the sitcomactor brought a lot more thanhis name to the project. "Mostpeople know Jason just from'Seinfeld,'" Glover; says, ^'but Iknew him from when he wasojoing plays in New York^ Iknew what he could do," °Having many scenes with Al-exander helped GJover makethe twins fresh after two yearsof playing them onstage. "Jasonwas new to the role, so I wasforced to look at things .differ-ently because he was a differ-ent Buzz. He. was so wonderful— right there with his eyes andwith himself."At one point, Buzz sems din-ner to the assembled group.He's wearing an apron and, ifsrevealed when he turns around,nothing else. "Jason's got a cutelittle butt," Glover says, addingwith a laugh, "and he knows it— he's very aware of hisassets." ',..; "| The play became a bit notori-"ous for all its nudity. That, too,has been transferred to thescreen.While the film' was shootingin Montreal, the reaction fromthe crew changed over time. "Itwas a French-Canadian crew,and initially there was sort of amacho thing,'' Glover says."They were sort of, 'All right,we're going to do this' — thismovie about eight men in asummer house with nudity in it.But then they started watchingthe scenes and going to dailies,and you could see this crewturn right around arid start sup-porting us. They realized wewere making a film about hu-man beings as, opposed to somesensatiqnalized kind of nudiething." ^,-\-':-:./: :"; :/Glover, 52, is one of fewopenly gay actors working inHollywood. He and sculptorAdam Kurtzman have lived to-gether for three years. "We'rerole models.. It's very stressful,"he says with a smile, repeating'• But while he^make^ no secretof his T|rivate Ufe, he worriesthat playing someone gay onthe screen will get him, type-cast. After he played a criminalm the 1986 thriller "52 Pick-Up," he says, "I got typed as avillain for years, and it prevent-ed «my getting s§me very poOdparts." _ '.-.•" .'.-:'••.•.•'• -.;When Glover started makingfilms in the 70s, he |ioped hewould have a b,ig movie career.But it didn't happen, and hefound himself getting much bet-ter parts on the stage., ^ had trained as a stage ac-tor, making his dettut in 1963 atthe Baiter Theater in Abing-don, Va, tOpened during theDepression, the theater got itsname because farmers barteredtheir way in with chickens andeggs'.) < 'He has won a slew of theaterawards, but they don't pay therent on his place in Los Ange-les. At times, he has had to tellhis agent, "It's time to get amoney job,'' meaning sorne^-thing in film or TV.Now, Gloyer has both in thewo^s. As a mad,,scientist intheupcoming moyi^ "Batman andRobin," he plays "kind of across between Albert Einsteinand Gharries Manson." Hischaracter creates Poison Ivy,the part^ayed by Uma Thur-man. "It was heaven playingwith Uma," QJover says. "She'sgot a great sense of humorabout hersel|."i He's alsotloing his first pilbt,for: a CBS series called "TheFamily Business" about ^ three1brothers who own a four-starrestaurant in the Napa^Valley."I play the oldest broker, who'sa bit high-strung.^ It's^a wonder-ful but dysfunctional family,"hesays.If the pilot is picked up, "itwould change my life emotion-ally and financially," Gloversays. "I've always gone here orgone there faf a jobj and whenit ends I tWnk, TU never workagain.' Th^n a job comes jlongand I'm siyed. it's such a rollercoaster you go through. Itwould be/great to finally havesom.e stability." „  

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