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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU HOTEL The Lethbridge Herald TELEVISION Tags Drive En FOR PICKUP ORDERS Phone 328-5405 FRIDAY, IGUST 6, 1971 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, TO FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1971 Big Matt Dillon enjoys his work HOLLYWOOD James Ac- the perennial marshal of; Dodge CiLy on Gunsmoke, has a bit. of advice for the Jimmy Stewarts find Anthony Quinns entering his television territory. Arness counsels against counting the number of scenes and lines in a show. Because actors are hams by dcEinitio'i. the more lines they read and the oftener thp-ir facos are seen on screen, Lhc happier they are. Big Jim knows Hi is doesn't apply lo television. Audiences rebel and tune out. The show is cancelled and the big names can't figi'ire why. Endurance, to his way of thinking, comes from applying the reverse technique. As Malt Dillon, Jim limits his scenes and lines to give fans the illu- sion they are seeing a good deal more of him than is Ihe case. He is one star who oflen cuts his lines. Flip's dog is "Maybe part of the success of Gunsmoke is the fact the lead characters back off a little and give viewers a he says. "There is a different psycholo- ogy between the theatre screen and the television tube. With too much dialogue, an actor can talk himself right off the ah1. People get tired of looking at him and listening to him. "I try to do a heavy show four or five times a year. By thai I menn I will play a major figure in the story. The rest of the lime I don't press it loo much. I let the others Lake over. ''If yoi> notice the shows that slay ou Lhc longest are the ones where the so-called star isn't on screen all the ing Lome Greene of Bonanza, Fred MacMuiray of My Three Sons, and mysei'f. None can be accused of the oversell, Neither do they overexpose themselves by appearing on talk shows and as variety guests. still enjoy playing Arness continues. "It depends on the scene how much I have to concentrate on his per- sonality and character. Some- times I fall right into his char- acteristics. Then again a really stimulating script will "force me to work hard to show different aspects of Matt." "My dog is queen of tli-1 Jioi.sc." said Flip Wijsun. I'm her sorvr.nl. 13Lit .1 trcnL her like a dog. don't want lo be tr.cal.ed like people I mean like being cuddled and" all that. They just want to be fed and exer- cised. That's it." Flip's dog is an English bulldog named Gerri after Flip's feminine character, Gcraldine Jones. Flip says it was Gem that taught his children to like people for their inner beauty and not for physical appear- ances. "Look at Gem's he said. "Ugly by human standards, right? But you like her. Everybody likes her and you forget about how scrunched up her face is. It's the same way with people. "So if my kids were lo meet (-lie ugliest man in tiie I'm talking about exterior can onlv tliink that he's slightly bet- ter looking than Gerri, whom they Jove." Pollution effects re-telecast On August II, p.m. on Channel 13, CTV is lo re- telecast the outstanding docu- mentary program And On The Eighth Day, a study of the ef- fects cr polh.tion on the total environment. Produced by Thames Televi- sion in England, '.he program investigates the frightening consequences of our massive inch's trial teclmology in Can- ada the Uni Led Kingdom and tho United States. The extent of man's pollution of the environment is com- pared against his meagre knowledge of how the ecologi- cal systems function. If a bal- ance is to be found before a point rf no return is reached, I ho n massive sums of money will need to be spent on pollu- tion control, ecological re- search and education. FIFTH YEAR-Mike Conrrors who stars in the fiflh year in the series which is telecast cvji the CTV Sundays. Miff-p Connors Joes all oirii stniils role of Man nix, begins his i e 1 w o r k via C IT a n n e I 13 on Fifth year for Mamiix is back. Mamiix re- turns to I ha CTV Televi- sion Network this Fall far its fifth year. Stem-ring Mike Connors, Man- nix involves its large coast-lo- consL audience in the adven- tures of a single private in- vestigator. Unaided by gad- getry or a large Learn. Joe Mnnnix is very much a human person. He displays both s I h s and weaknesses, making him a television fig- ure with h o m Ihe audience can identify. As a detective Man nix i.s not al! fist and fast guns, although on occasion he i-s not loath to use force. He would rather use his intuitive knowledge of peo- ple and they react to stress, to track down his ad- versaries. Joe Mannix under- stands the motives that push normally law abiding citizens to go outside the law to re- solve their problems. Yet, he dctcsls and lights fierce clelcrminalion the organized criminals who readily use vio- lence and extortion to achieve their criminal ends. The role of Joe lU.mnix de- mnnds n great deal of physical action. Connors, a keen sports- man and ex-college athlete, performs all liis own stunts, which include the usual fight- ing, running and jumping. This one hour color scries also spends much of the time on location, placing Joe Man- nix among real pccple i'.i a real environment: a situation that cannot be duplicated in a Hol- lywood studio. "Our audience is too smart to MANMX (Concluded on 3) DON'T MISS THE GREAT BUYS OFFERED DURING THESE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE MANY GREAT VALUES BEING OFFERED RIGHT NOW AT HOYT'S! SHOP FOR THESE AND OTHERS TONIGHT SATURDAY AND NEXT WEEK! ELECTRIC BEAN POTS by WEST. BEND regular 993 SUMMER "7 O CLEARANCE, EACH I.W ELECTRIC SCISSORS by BROTHER B.95. in CLEARANCE, EACH CJ.w'i FACIAL Warm '.ji'n.jiv rnouL-ir 16.95. 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