Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
ITV HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY URAMAi Cade's County, p.m., Cli. 53. Veteran char- acter actor James Gregory stars In the gucat as a powerful rancher who clashes wilh Cade. MOVIE: Wor and Peacn, p.m., Ch. Hi Part four of this four-part epic. As Moscow bums by night, Napoleon makes his bitter retreat in llio conclusion in what moviu Critic .Judith Crist calls the finest epic film of our time. COMKDVi Jolin Byncr Comedy Hour, p.m., Ch. T. Wacky humor and wild impressions from comic John Byncr, Guesta aro Annette Funiccllo and Frankio Avalon. SPECIAL: Who, Us, 10 p.m., Ch. 1: Whimsical glimpses Into llio lives of seven Canadians, Including Bruce B. Laza- row, who caused an uproar among Toronto motorists with a shield that hides tiio exact time left on a parking meter. MOVIE: The Power, Jl p.m.. Ch. 11. George Hamilton and Suzanne Pleshetto star In this science fiction effort about a space research team whoso members are being killed off by n mysterious force. WEDNESDAY MOVIE: Idle on Parade, 1 Cli. 7: The drafting ot rock 'n1 roll itlol Anlhony Newley causes problems for Sgt. William ficr.dix, MOVIE: The Last lilifzkrlcg, 1 p.m. Ch. 13: A fanatical Nazi leads a squad of German commandos, disguised as Am- ericana, on n sabotage mission. Van Johnson stars. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs tre liiled radio and fetevlilon iiaiioni. Any variation In program tchedult It to lait- mlnure by the ilolioni and Is not the reipon- slbillty of Herald or Anglo Dlilrlbulora Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News TUESDAY NIGHT llewfeld Tuoltfuy, Auguit IS, 1972 THE IETHBRIOGE HERAtO Kl., VtulM TUESDAY NIGHT World nt SU John WalK-r John Oarlet ll.M Terry Vifll VrEDNESDAY CM CDC nem WEDNESDAY !-M Bury! CUrk CJOC EJIIot Weathjr nn3 Sports Phono Dill Kino I MO Newt. Weather and Sports News and Grain Prices John World Bf WON, THRU SAT. 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BALDWIN PIANOS and ORGANS BERTI SCHOOL of MUSIC SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE PHONE 327-0115 Political movie stuns industry lly HUB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) For nany years Hollywood hold to he maxim, "Political pictures on't sell." It that's true, then ow do you explain tlio current uccess oJ The Candidate? No film withtn memory has e e n more blatantly political. t Is a stcp-by-slep analysis of California race by a young Iberal lawyer, played by Ilob- r Redford, for tho U.S. Senate seat held by a confirmed ctm- ervative, Don Porter. There i.s 110 melodrama and icarccly any plot. It's a study of how a political candidate U 'packaged" in the mass media, dropping a few ot his ideals along the way. The Candidate originated with Bedford, who has a de- sign to make a series of films depicting the American scene especially on tho theme of win- ning. It was directed by Mi- :hacl Ritchie, who made Red- lord's Downhill Racer, and pro- duced by Walter Coblenz. Tho film has a script by Jeremy Larner, a worker :he Eugene McCarthy pres- idential campaign in 19G8. A consultant on the picture was Nelson Rising, who hcljxxl manage John Tunney's suc- cessful race in California for the U.S. Senate In 1970. "At a production cost of million, the picture is bound to get into a profit said Ho admitted that the 1m industry's traditional prej- dlco againsb political pictures least partly dictated the modest budget. Campaign expert Rising ex- plained why The CanadirMc nay have overcome the pub- ic's apathy toward political ilms: "Most of them in Ihe past iavo been melodramas. The SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "RUNNY O'HARE" In color. Starring Belle Davis and Ernest Borgnine. Tuesday nnd Wednesday, August 15 nnl 16. Tuesday show nt p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "SUMMER OP '42" In Technicolor. Starring Jennifer O'Neill, Gary Grimes and Jerry Houscr. Tuesday and Wednesday, August 15 ond 16. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult Not Suilabla For Children. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN" In color. Starring David Wayne, Kato Reid and Arthur Hill. Tuesday and Wednes- day, August 15 antl 16. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. GREEN ACRES GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. j POSITIVELY ENDS TONIGHT "BILIY JACK" Tom LaughJin "SEVEN GOLDEN MEN" In Color Roseanna Podesta WEDNESDAY ONLY T Play Gyro Bingo and Win Cash Prizes This Week's JACKPOT WORTH If Won in 55 Numbers No Winner Blackout for ON THE SCREEN "STRANGER IN TOWN" Color with Tony Anthony ALSO "STRANGER RETURNS" Color svilh Tony Anlhony Play Bingo from fo p.m. Gates open Wed. at 8 p.m. Admission per person. Children up to 12 years free. BINGO CARDS 50c EACH Director io be treated in Zurich ROME (Reuter) Italian film director Luchino Vlsconll who two weeks ago collapsed in a Rome hotel, was secretly taken by ambulance to Romo airport today and put a Swissair flight to Zurich. His body was covered with a blanket and his face with t handkerchief but passport con Irol Identified the man as Vis eonli. Informed sources said It was understood he was being taken to a Swiss clinic for treatment, Visconti, 65, who has earned famo with euch films as The Leopard and Death in Venice passed out in a fashionable Via Veneto hotel July 27 and firs reports taid be hart suffered a heart attack. But his doctors said the col lapse was caused by a blood circulaltm disturbance brough about by Inhaling too much cigarette smoke. A few days ago Kalian news papers rpeorted that Visconl had been paralysed on the let side since tho collapse bu quoted doctors as saying h was slowly recovering Ihe us of his limbs. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects: i Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects: "What's Up Last Complete Show: COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects: Last Complelo Show RUBEN ACRES DRIVE-IN ''Seven Golden "Billy Ono Complete Canadidate Is the first lo reflect politicians arc real It's all part of the electronic ago; tho tube has brought politicians into people's living room." Professionals who view The Candidate are amazed that it could have been made for million. "For all the crowd we used real people, noi Holly- wood said Cofolcnz. "Sometimes wo made contribu- tions to political clulw. Wo did lhat to get tha labor temple scene, which was filmed the old Paramount theatre in Oakland." The film inakers even stole some scenes from a Demo- cratic Iimd-raising dinner. By adding a later scene, Candidate liedford appeared to to sitting on tho dais with Senator Hu- bert Humphrey and Its An- gelas Mayor Sain Yorty. NDP is only parly willing to discuss election plans By JOHN IIAV OTTAWA All four po- litical parties are preparing for fall election, but only the New Democrats are willing to discuss their campaign plans in detail. "It's too early to said a Conservative campaign planner when about Robert Stanfield's campaign itinerary. A top Liberal organizer would say only that all their plans are tentative and flexible. "We want to he ready when- ever the prime minister sets a date." Social Credit workers say Ihey will field candidates for up to 200 of the 264 Commons seats, hut reveal little more about their strategy than projected national campaign by leader Real Caouetie. LEWIS IS HEADY In contrast, NDP officials say David Lewis' campaign will start about 10 days after Prime Minister Trudcau calls the elec- tion. First phase: 10 days of flights by commercial jet to major centres across the country, be- ginning with Vancouver and heading east. Second phase: 14 days ol short hops across the country by chartered turbo- prop Herald Dart based in Monctoa. Third phase: About two weeks In Mr. Lewis's Toronto riding of York South, other On- tario centres and flights to key ridings In other parts of the country. The NDP also is unique In disclosing ILs budget for the million lo be spent by national and local or- ganizations, of which will pay for the leader's tour. Liberal officials agree pub- lished reports that they spoil million on the campaign in 1968 are accurate. One planner said an increase this time of 10 per cent Is "no an unreasonable" guess, and that It could bo more. Conservatives arc mute about] money, but they are czpected o spend about as much as the jiberals. Mr. Trudeau's campaign >lans call for frequent short Tips away from Ottawa. "He is the prime minister of :he country and lias responsi- bilities here." Mr. Stanfield also is likely to make a series of forays across the country, rather than an ex- tended cross-continent tour. Both will use chartered jets, as Mr. Trudeau did in 19C8. DKNIES ATTACKS Bill Lee, an Ottawa consult- ant who managed Mr. Trudcau's 1S63 campaign and is planning the next one, denies suggestions that Mr. Trudeau will for the first time launch a political attack on Mr, Stanfield personally. "It's not the prime minister's style and I don't think it wo'jld be wise." Instead, Mr. Trudcau's ap- proach v.'rjuld be a defence of ids record and a plea for a nev; mandate. On that point at least, Con- soi-vatives and New IJemocrals agree with the Liberals: The big election issue in their terms will be the failure of the Liber- als to run the economy for past four years. EAGLES AERIE AND AUXILIARY BARBEQUE and CORN ROAST Tonight (Tues., Aug. 15) at p.m. 1706-13th Street North Members Only Turn your backon unwanted noise. 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