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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGBE HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1970 Saturday, August 22 Morning CD Gulliver QJ Smokey the Bear Q Here Comes the Grump Q) Cattanooga Cats Q Dastardly and Muttley B Wacsy Races Q) Hot Wheels ft Banana Splits HJ Hardy Boys fO Sky Q Flintstones fO George of the Jungle Q The Monkees ID Get Together E) Penelope Pitstop f0 Underdog {Q American Bandstand Q Superman fB Uncle Bobby Q) Saturday Matinee Q Johnny Quest E Joe 30 jQ Lassie O Baseball Pittsburgh at Atlanta O Baseball: (B Animal World _Q) Film Afternoon E Movie: Saskatchewan QT) Film CCS Wrestling BJ New Horizons B Sports Week EJ Avco Golf Classic jJJ Sports (7) Wrestling SD Kiddies on Kamera Q Hi Diddle Day O High Chaparral QJ TEA From the Sidelines a Kiahanie (0 Sports Digest Q) Roger Mudd News O Bugs Bunny fQ Flying Nun O Sports Hot Seat NBC Nightly News {0 Sports gj Comedy Tonight EJ Let's Make a Deal CFL: Winnipeg at Hamilton (Q Newlywed Game CD Lawrence Welk B Gunsmoke 53) Country Music Hall fQ News Q NFL: Vikings vs j Oilers j Q) Engleburt Humperdinclc H3 Jackie Gleason O Once More With Feiix IQ Petticoat Junction ffi) Randall and Hopkirk O Daktari ID Then Came Bronson Q) Survivors Q Maurice Chevalier (7) Laurel and Hardy fQ Movie: Way, Way Out fi Felony Squad QT) News (7} Oaten as Catcu Cain B Wanderlust (n) Movie: Andy Hardy Comes Home O Casear's World Western Star Theatre O News fQ News fQ News CT) Teleprobe 7 O Movie: Fourteen Hours (13) Movie: The Last Hurrah Continual Movie Success Keeps Lemmon From TV HOLLYWOOD (NBA) The law of supply and demand works pretty well in the movie- TV vineyards, too. At the moment, demand for big-name actors in feature films is pretty slim. So Uie sup- ply the stars of the James Stewart Henry Fonda Glenn Ford generation is going over Sunday, August 23 [93 Living Word Q Tom and Jerry QJ Farm News B Revival Fires CD Dudley B Rex Humbard QJ Voyage fO Spiderman B Katliryp Kuhlman QJ Bullwinkle SD Discovery CZ) Pinnochio B Tabernacle Choir B Insight B Cathedral of Tomorrow ID This Is the Life fB Oral Roberts Ql The Christophers IB Discovery B Face the Nation CB Rex Humbard B Insight B Faitn For Today QJ The Bible Story CZ) Tales of the Riverbank B Heckle and Jeckle QJ Issues and Answers CZ) Politics and Education C2) Western Canada This Week CD Sunday Matinee CB Sports Q Pink Panther CZ) Movie: Zero Hour B AAU Track and Field CH3 Report [g) Sixth Column {B Growing Things Q 1969 Davis Cup Highlights EJ Avco Golf (Z) Country Calendar CB Star Trek CZ) International Zone QJ TBA O Kaleidosport CB Criss-Cross B Roger Mudd News B Lassie CZ) News CZ) Intertel: Who Invite Us ;o television, where suddenly is a big demand. One holdout in the scheme is Bitrt Lancaster. He'll do -TV, according to the rumor but ne wants an episode. That's a little steep, even in TV. Another trend-bucker is Jack Lemmon. He won't even talk money. "I've shied away for two rea- he says. "In the first place, when I was just starting my career, I had five different series on TV. So 3 know what the TV grind is like. The second reason is that I found them terribly unsatis- fying. You had comparatively :nadequate rehearsal lime and shooting time." Those are good reasons, but the main reason is that, at the moment, Jack Lemmon can still make movies. His latest, The seems headed for a modest success. He has his own company and it's full of projects. He'll direct for the first time soon and has no thought of giving up acting. Perry Lafferty of CBS says that a name star on a new tele- vision series is "an insurance policy but a very expensive insurance policy." It is insur- ance against failure, but cer- tainly no guarantee. Reynolds flopped. Doris Day ade it. You can be sure of othing in television. It's good for the stars. Dana once a major film ame, was approached by NBC 3 do a daytime soap opera, right Promise. "I asked my agent about the novie Andrews says. He told me I could keep on oing smaller and smaller parts playing an admiral to John Wayne, a general to Bill Holden but that was about all. "For people like me, TV is rhere the action There are only a few who to be able or willing to stick with movies. Jack e m m o n, Burt Lancaster, ohn Wayne so far they're loldouts. But wait 'til next ear. Monday, August 24 fB World Tomorrow Ol Land of Giants B News CB Question Period B Walt Disney CB The Challenging Sen Music to See Ed Sullivan CB Flying Nun (7) Reach for the Top B Bill Cosby fQ Movie: Night of the Generals C0 Des O'Connor B World of Disney Bonanza B Music Machine fB Dream of Jeannie B Mission: Impossible (B Comedy Tonight B My World and Wel- come to it B Ed Sullivan Q Hawaii Five-O CB Bewitched CD I "army and the Professor B Dragnet CB Fabulous Sixties O Forsyte Saga ID F.B.I. CD That Girl "93 TBA Q Brachen's World C7) Canada at War CD News IB) Marcus Welby (TT) Movie: Desparate Search Manhattan (93 Western Star Theatre BWeekond News COD News News B Teleprobe 7 (Z) Movie: Inherit the Wind CB On Report (J3) Court Martial B Days of Our (7) Meet Mullett fQ Newrywed Game Q3) Peyton Place (7) Double Exposure B Doctors fjj Dating Game CB Romper Room (T) News (73 Luncncon Date-'-Part 1 CD Lucy Show Q Another World: Bay City CD Secret Storm CB Buckshot CD One Life (7) Cartoon Party B Edge of Night (7) Luncheon 2 CB Movie: Night Walker Q Gomer Pyle (Q Linkletter B Mike Douglas (7) Movie: Typhoon {Q Love, A Many Splendored Thinf 09 General Hospital 2i30 (Q Dark Shadows CB Magistrate's Court (0 People In Conflict. O Take 30 B Andy Griffith (H) That Girl CB Doctor's Diary (Z) Edge of Night g3 Cronkite News C0 Galloping Gourmet 63 Galloping Gourmet C0 Cartoons Lucy Show (IB TV-5 News S D'Ibervllle S3 Uncle Bobby B NBC News Q) It Takes a Thief B To With Love CB Flints tones (J3) Dick Van Dyke Three Stooges CD My World and Welcome to It B Here' Lucy CZ) Teleprobe 7 Ol Mayberry H.F.D. (B) The Honeymooners B Trip to Nowhere IB News B Here Come the Brides fn Movie: Scared Stiff B Movie: What's So Bad About Feeling Good fB Here's Lucy CZ) Country Cabaret CB K Takes a Thief O Green Acres B TBA O 5 Years Jn the Life 0 tB Barbara McNair (Q Now (B Name of the Game Q) News B News SB Pig 'n Whistte Q) Merv Griffin B Tonight Show JB Ironside CZ) New Majority QQ News _ News O News (B News CZ) Wrestling 53) Edgar Wallace (23 Meet MuBett IB Today CS) University of the Air Canadian To Produce Benny Show Stam Harris has been signed i produce and direct "Jaefe Jenny's 20th TV Anniversary Special" to be colorcast on the NBC Television Network Mon- day, Nov. 16. NBC-TV star Dinah Shore, who appeared on Benny's first network television program on Oct. 28, 1950, will be featured on the special along with other great guest stars to be an- nounced. Harris is a product of Cana- dian television, having pro- duced and directed such shows as the CBC version of "Your Hit Parade" and "The Wayne asid Sinister Show." His Ameri- can television credits include "The Milton Eerie two seasons of "The Smothers Bro- thers Comedy Hour" and last season's "That's Life" series. Winter Olympics Largest Ever The Olympic Organizing Committee said in Sapporo, Japan, that the 1972 Winter Olympic Games are expected to be the largest ever held. The committee said a prelimin- ary survey indicated that 29 na- tions would send a total of 390 athletes and officials to the llth Winter Olympiad. The NBC Television Network will televise the 1972 Winter Olympic Games exclusively Feb. 3-13. CLIP THIS AD--WORTH 15% ON ANY TAKE-OUT ORDER OVER FREE DELIVERY IN CiTY PHONE 327-4025 NEW RESTAURANT DOWNTOWN ON 5th STREET Meet your friends at the Maiorette Restaurant The finest in Chinese Food Full Course Meals Light Lunches 612 3rd Ave. S. 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