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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta April 20, 1970 THf UTHHIDCE HEIAID 5 HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY MOVIE: "IV Tiger the F.M., Ck. A 45-year-old grandfather neglects hU wile lor Lbe charms of t young art stufcrf. Wili VUtcrio Gastmu and Ann- Margret. MOVIE: "TV pjai.; Ck. 11: A SS.ttW-mile trek in search of the perfect surfing wave. COMEDY: "Can! Bmett." MB., Ck. U: A vfaich features guests Bing Fitzgerald ud Rowan and Martin. DRAMA: "Name tfce P.M., Ck. 7: A reporter investigates officals who are growing rich by forc- ing convicts to work outside farms., Will Pencil Roberts. RELIGION: "'Mai Alive." )JM., Ck. 7: An interview a former French avaigarde theologian, now turned conservative, who recounts hit attitude .toward Roman Catholic radicals. TALK: JJB., Ck. IS: Pierre Beron talks about the expulsion of JapanesfrCanadiant from the Pacific Coast in 1M2. LOCAL: "A n-.m Ck. 7: CJUI's twice-monthly, locally produced Coijundatum looks at the bit bands of yesteryear, phis Lethbridge's own Big Band. TUESDAY ia Enlergeacy Ward I Ck. _7: A boy with a heart ailment sfleda the lives of many people in a hospital Stars Michael Craig. MOVIE: "It Paris Witt 1 Ck. IS: A widowed British baronet takes his son to Park. Stars Alee Guinness. Russian Film Director Imagines fSfey9 Show Happy Lauren Bacall M. M. v Receives Tony Award By CRANV1LLE WATTS London (AP) Russian film d i r e c t o r Sergei BoBdareauk says movie bouses of the future will be specially buiH so that audiences can get in the act. "For example, I can imagine a special cinema for War and Peace. I wouU have a big or- chestra playing Tschaikovsky. At a special moment, one could open the ceiling and show peo- ple the he said. i He said he is searching for ways in which audiences could play more of a part in a kind of film-watching happening. He noted that there have been ex- periments films accompanied by and with extra-dimensMaal sound effects. He suggested au- diences might provide their own sound effects. Bondareouk, ooe of Russia's most distinguished actors and directors, won an Academy Motion Pictures For Home Use aoc News on the Hour Wthr., Sporti on Half Hour MONDAY HISKT World at Paul TivWar CUMcrfcet Report Paul TlvJdar Rob Ingram CBC News Distinguished Artists Funny You Should News Say That Galloping Gourmet Probe 122C Weather News TUESDAY 1J'2t Jim Elliott Show News Farm Show Sporh 7 News, Grain News Wthr., Sports Jack Thw COO News, Weather Country Musk News, Sports Matinee Phone Bill Show 4-.00 P9UI TivMar ProM 1229 NEW YORK (AP) The fist motion pictures for stowing on ookr television at home by means of a video playback oV vice will be available at the end of the year. Darryl.F.. Zanuck, chairman of the board.of 5Dtn Century- Fox, said he would recommend to the next board meeting that Fox release its entire library of firms more than five years old for borne viewing over the de- vice. Zanuck sad the home play- back device "is the greatest thing." "It wffl saw our lives. It win save' tiie luotiou picture Zanuck made his remarks al a of tiie coior EJeetnoic Video Recorder de- veloped by Laborator- ctivisOE of the Columbia Broadcasting System, Home piayteck devices also sre being reached for the mnr- ket by RCA Mid ENY. The CBS system oies a fihn whicfa is etectronicaDy converted to' a video picture. The RCA SeleetaVision uses holograms at plastic which are eonrerted into a signal by a laser gun. The Sony system uses oooventaanal videotape. The first EVR Teleplayers, atoul the sue of a portable phonograph, win be marketed by Motorola begimang Sept. 1. They wiU. be intended for in- dustrial and fVanratinnal use and priced at A borne model without ill of its features win sell at a tower price. The device is simply connected to the an- tenna leads of a TV set Award for his mammoth epic War and Peace, which lasts eight hours and was shown in four parts in Russia. Boodarchuk, 49, was finishing bis latest epic, Waterloo, star- ring Rod Steiger as Napoleon. The movie is produced by Italian film-maker Dino De- Uurentis. The 'Soviet company Mosfdm put up and provided troops of .the Red Army for location work in the Ukraine. HIGH PRAISE Bondarchuk has high praise for Steiger's portrayal of Napo- leon in the movie. "He has a talent for improvis- ation. That's when nature cre- ates inspiration and in this re- spect he reaches brilliant heights." Boadarrhuk says be now wants Steiger to play the part of the classic Russian writer Dos- toevsky and has discussed the plan with the American actor. "Like many of my ideas it came to me in a Bon- darcbuk said. "Steiger could be very good in the part." Talking about the film indus- try in Russia, Bondarcbuk said: "The position is very difficult if. the mornent. We lack good By WILLIAM GLOVERg NEW YQRK (AP) Lauren Bacall taid and tried to everybody withm reach. Alfred Loot spoke of "steer etf ehMtneal." And tittle Mefca Moore" wept juet a So with jubilation, sentiment aid a few surprises Bntadway Suaday-Bight awards its 24th anal Tony awards for "distia- gutehed work iK the theatre." Kiss woo-her'silver medallion as the star of Ap- plause, picked as tse season's best musical. We her name was plucked from the secret baDot envelope she leaped from bar seat, ran to the stage, and said with t gasped, "Ob my be- fore she kissed WahVr Mattbau who presented .the prizr. Applause also eined (wo priies for. Ron direc- or aid chuieugi'aiaber. The show was Field's first overall first run ever for any prize. in addition to her .Little, Miss Moore, Hiss Grimes .and pafumeu who won Tonys for the first time were Blytne Dannw, best supporting dramatic actress in Butterflies Are Free, and Ken Howard, Mat. supporting eVamatk actor in Play. The biggest name competition was'between Miss Bacall and Katharine Hepburn, star of the Mijicil Coco, whose participa- bOB in the program was taped far the NBC network telecast in advance, tlisc Hepburn did not attend the star-studded ritual In addition to the competition awards, special citations were awarded. Two of Alfred Lunt and Lyra Fontanne, another to Sir Noel brought the warmest ovations c Comn DM 7; 30 Let's Go To tha Green Acrei Fronl Page Challenge (c) CIIH-TV 7 (Cabtoyniofl Ch. 6) MOOWAY HIOMT New (c) Three Stooges Teleprobe conjmMvm Stampede Wrestling T.n.niv McHahVs Nlvy TVISDAY n.x TM rmnoctlfe and Oz Han Take 30 Cartoons Edge a illqM _. Drestup Galloping Gourmet Name of the Game Ed Allen Quebec Canadian Schools H. R. Pufnstuff c Eleclions Friendly Giant (c) TekproH 7 CFCN Uthbridgo Ch. 13 (CaMcvnton Ch. MOtlDAY HI8MT Saint (Cl Peyton Place Lucy Show Today Magistrate's Court Cartoons Room 522 (c) TUISDAY jj.x (C) Here's Lucy Thought hr It Takes a Ihlel c News To Paris wim tew Carol Burnett University d Air People m CuKlkl Pis -N wtilstn iobbr Wary Ironside (c) Kc-rper Room (c) 4M IIM News (cl Grampe. HUM Wmoe'i Pad News Parlons Francals Flmtstooes 1C) 1IHO Pierre Berlon Today Shw Lucy SNow Ic) KRTV Onxrt FaHt Cliantwt 3 (CabfevMon Ch. AWHOAY BIGHT Salute AgrKulture, As the World Turns Newt Today lr> we Here's Lucy (cl Sil: of f-e Tiger and Century (c) th; pbsjycat (c) Rowan dnd Martin Jeopardy Ic) c TcokjM Show c Where Gent EDMONTON (CP) The University of Alberta senate bu extended to April 27 the dead- line lor applications for the post of unrnrijty chancellor. The prevwui deadUne for ap- plication to succeed retired chancellor F. P. Galbraitb was April 20. A special senate advisory com- mittee is to study appocaots' qualification at a meeting in May. CARDSTON '.v Mayfoir Thesatre "THE APRIL FOOLS" in technicolor, starring. Jack Lem- mon and Catherine Deneuve. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 20, 21 and 22. Monday snows at and p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "HOUSE OF CARDS" in technicolor, starring George Pep-. pard, Inger Stevens and Orson Welles. Tuesday- and Wed- nesday, April Zl and 22. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult P1NCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "IF IT'S TUESDAY, THIS MUST BE BELGIUM" in color, starring Suzanne Pkshetle and Ian Mc9iane. Tuesday and Wednesday, April 20, 21 and 22. Monday cbow at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "JOURNEY TO THE FAR SIDE OF THE SUN" in color. 'Monday .and Tuesday, April 20 and 21. Monday shows al and p.m. Famiry; Mam Ovf lift ttw family Mmto rrsouR R afl began hi 1920. thtti Fimout hM Z of horn So4enderad T' Mr WorM and Galloping ttourmet General Ha Wekome ,o it Woman's c Linkkmar 7-30 r> me Grillio (c) Deling Game CATV-J Sec'et Storm (c) MOKOAY K' One LHa K) Live Let's Cpt, KlngarM (c) I'M Dark tnadoirt TBA CAPITOL THEATRE- Search of Short Subjecter- Last complete PARAMOITNT TBT.ATKR- Short Ust comptete PARAMOUNT CIiNEMA Anne o( the Thousand Days Last complete COLLEGE MALL CINEMA Botch Cassidy and the Sro- iance Short Last complete GREEN ACRES WHVE-fN- Eye For an One complete Invites You to Attend THEIR GIGANTIC GERMAN FRIDAY, MAY IStli-General Grant and Caroliiw Rooms AdfnSeeJfn BY Ticket Only, InchMki Avrtnntk Ovrmem C4 FEATURING IT SnaAl INGA6EMENT f) IS Taber German Bond Featured Singers f) German Smorgasbord 0 Dancing 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. TODAY ONLY! aLEBRATE WITH US! g ALL SEATS ONE PRICE g AT THE FAMOUS PLAYERS z THEATRES LISTED BELOW o FOR OUR SOrii ANNIVERSARY 5 P i SOfM70 CAPnOL Walt Disney's IN SEARCH OF THE CASTAWAYS' PARAMOUNT "THE SISTERS" PLAN TO ATTEND! tHttft1! i i adviM to Otnmn fiiinhm Ira Mfftat Oti In __ en SoU Ronrbe Front AAQTQft HOTEL 6th Avwiint pnd Mayor Monjroth Dr. Pliant 327-5701 PARAMOUNT CINEMA 'ANNE OF THE THOUSAND DAYS' COUEGE CINEMA J "BUTCH CASSIDY and the SUNDANCE KID" GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN ____ 'AN EYE FOR AN EYE' and JOBBERY' 1 FIRST RUN FEATURES ;