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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 4, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas WS ANGELES AP NBCs new nighttime soap opera set in a department is throwing open its doors just in time for afterChristmas and January white The new from the people Who brought you Dallas and Knots makes its debut Saturday with a 90minute pilot the show will be seen on Saturday at 9 Sam Wanamaker stars as Simon who turned a little dry goods store into one of New Yorks most posh department He heads an who bring to the show all the necessary elements of ment store opens its doors Saturday and and most Wanamaker was born in Chicago to lust debauchery necessary to keep a soap opera The pilot tells a lively story that introduces all the characters and gets everything into Diana Gould is the creatorproducer for Lorimar and she is backed by executive producer David It is tightly plotted like all Lorimar but in addition has all the glamor of i Yvette Mirriieux and TV series veterans Jeff Conaway and Ben Murphy are among those featured in the The series is the first for a Veteran stage and film He has also made many guest ap pearances on such as recently as the doctor in I had so many other things going and it would disrupt my said who makes his home in London but lives with his oldest daughter whenever he works in Los I was prepared to confront a My children were Id been coming back to America regularly and was prepared to spend more time in I thought it might be good at this stage of my career and might open other Wanamaker was born in Chicago to Russianemigrant and when he went Into acting he changed his name from Watenmaker to He used the money from his first My Girl to buy his parents a home in Los Thats the house his daughter now lives Ive lived in London more or less permanently since the said who keeps his American My youngest daughter was born there and has dual My middle daughter is with the Royal Shakespeare Company and was on Broadway several years ntertainment tteraldZfitung January 8A Country videos AP The rage for videos to accompany the hottest songs on the charts has hit Music but the country music world is looking a bit askance at the flashy art Film production companies have made Ten nessees capital city a Little Hollywood for creating the video vignettes for a handful of syndicated television shows that feature country film All the hoopla has sonic Nashville music executives intrigued and Im afraid some of these videos may come back and haunt the said Jim a leading Nashville television These artists could be turning off their and I dont think theyre really thinking it who has produced syndicated TV specials Some may return to haunt artists for Larry Conway Twitty and Janie said country musicians should remember that their audiences usually dont watch Music Television the allrock cable TV Feedback so far shows that country music fans not only dislike they detest Owen We spend too much time in country music trying to look like and its going to hurt Deborah Allens highenergy Rockin Little Christmas complete with break a hot pink outfit and the lights of New York City was filmed for RCA Records by the video director for pop star Billy Miss whose biggest hit was Baby I said her first video is designed for people who enjoy all types of music not just Whether its country or rock or whatever people react to a product on the basis of whether its good or And this is a good video that Im very proud Miss Allen RCA vice president Joe Galante The entertainment he should realize Country music fans have grown up and are more I dont know how many times Ive flown over farms and seen satellite dishes in the backyards of people raising said who works with artists such as Milsap Alabama and Waylon said that other than a few MTV and the rest of the music industry havent recognized Nashvilles deavors to blend sight and en Home Box Office pays tribute to Elvis LOS ANGELES AP The year was Elvis The King of rock V the living had long ago gone Hollywood putting aside TV and records for unexceptional but lucrative At he was facing a TV I sensed a great fear in Elvis of going on TV and recalls Steve Binder who became Elvis producer for his important comeback He had not the record charts for a couple of and the movies were just about says he told me the people had made He hadnt been on TV in 10 years and he was unsure whether they would accept him Accept him they but the NBC special that audiences saw then was just a fraction of what had been The it was had been thrown 1G years an extra hour of rediscovered in a vault at is being aired for the first time in its entirety as a Home Box Office special to mark what would have been Elvis 50th Its like discovering a bank account you didnt know you had says Here is one hour of the with no showing why he was so Its the greatest tribute that could be paid to The HBO One Night With You which will be shown seven times begining Saturday and including his birthday is an invaluable addition to the Presley It is essentially an a jam session on a bare stage with Elvis and his faithful backup men singing the songs they loved The result is an intimate glimpse of Elvis at lean and handsome in a black leather cracking talking music most of singing in a voice at the peak of its power only nine years before his There are renditions Thats All Right Heartbreak Lawdy Miss Trying to Get to You and one never recorded by Going Going that capture the gutsy rhythm n blues of Elvis who was 23 in 1968 and who has since become an Emmy winning producer of multiple TV specials with top clearly treasures his brief time with The he was an af added to the more big production Elvis lived at NBC for a week when we were Binder Every night after the Elvis would get in the dressing room with the musicians and they would start singing old R n B I If only I had a hidden camera in That was the germ of the After much Elvis and his Tom agreed to tape an informal jam Every Tuesday is BARGAIN DAY ALL t CLINT eflSTWOOD NEW WORLD PICTURES S o Bargain at 4th 5th Briefly Olympic athletes tie the knot AP Runner Mary Decker and British discus thrower Richard who carried her off the Olympic track after her stunning collision with Zola Budd during the Summer greeted the New Year at the The couple were wed earlier this week in a 20rninute private church ceremony at the First United Methodist wore a white satin gown with veil and carried a bouquet of wore a black Track star Alberto Salazar was a groomsman and drove the couple to the Eugene Hilton hotel for a reception after the Many other as well as Deckers Dick were among the 250 people who witnessed the The church choir sang Amazing Grace during the ceremony of ficiated by the Fred It was Deckers second marriage and Slaneys Decker was married for two years to marathon runner Ron Tabb before their divorce in Deckers collision with a South African running for Great Britian at the Los Angeles Olympic dashed her hopes for a gold medal in the womens Color didnt chose the Rose Bowl queen LOS ANGELES AP The 1984 SPARE TIME Invest it Visit your PUBLIC Rose the first black to hold that title since the Tournament of Roses began almost 80 years says her selection was a result of her not her When I became the first black Rose there were those who said I was part of a and Theyre going to pick her now because its time for a black Kristina Kaye a 20yearold Pasadena Community College said after the annual I wasnt chosen because I was but because I was the she adding that she was sur prised at the hoopla that greeted her I didnt even know there wasnt a black Rose Queen before she But now that Ive made it so many black girls have come up to and told me theyre now en couraged to try out because they feel they have a 1985 makes Pia Zadora a mother NEW YORK AP Actress Pia Zadora has named her new daughter Kady in honor of the young woman Zadora played in the 1980 film seven 10 was born two hours into 1985 at Lenox Hill said Tino the 28yearold actress They are Theyre doing Barzie Zadora has not stopped shes so It is the first child for Zadora and her Meshulam chairman of the board of Rapid America Barzie The couple have been married for eight he Zadoras most recent project is a record with Jermaine When the Rain Begins to to be released this Halle IH 35East 6252577 5th INSIDE STRAIT M Hoi been hiownttvougho Muiphy a a in BevefV Hi BEVERLY HILLS thru Monday Bargain Day All Sails FM725 In McQueeney CHEF HOUSTON BOOGIE BLUES FEXA5 LUTHERAN COLLEGE 8TUOENTI WITH FREE POOH See You There RIVER CITY ROUNDERS TEXAS ROSE BAND Open Fridays 712 PM Saturdays 8 PM 1 am MIXED SOFT SNACKS 6257349 Whatever the mood may now featuring The Norm Allen Show 812 Tonight Night 1209 IH 35 East oruiitoiifee 2000 IH 35 46 6296991 RODEWAY INN Where you cu wive without
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