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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Letlibrutge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1971 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, TO FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1971 Claudine joins Christonrts shotv Andy Williams explains By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) On Dec. 14 Andy Williams will present his annual Christmas show on television, featuring his three children, his par- ents, three brothers and three his wife, Clau- dine Longet. This despite the fact that Andy and ClalKtine live apart. Yet they will be celebrating Christmas as husband and wife before millions of televi- sion their own CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Andy Williams and one of his sons who join other members of the Williams' family and the Lennon Sisters to celebrate a musical Christmas at 9 p.m., Dec. 14 on Channel 9 Great Falls. Johnny Cash making J feature film at holy sites JERUSALEM CAP ny Cash is making a 90-min- ute feature film at Christian holy sites in Israel ami oc- cupied Jordan. T ve never seen a mo vie about Jesus that I really says the singer. "So I thought I'd make one my- Cash says he has spent and five weeks in Is- rael to produce a portrayal of Christ the m an, as Ji real man, very human, and as a divine.'' Jesus is played by a non- professional, Bob Elf strom, Ridgefield, Conn. The other actors were recruited from among Americans, British and Scandinavian youths on hitch-hike tours of Israel. Cash narrates and sings in movie, and reads pas- sages from Matthew. H c is not in the visible cast. Mimic featured Mimic Rich Little is featured in the movie Another Fine Mess, a remake of a Laurel and Hardy film, in which he and Herb Voland play President Nixon and, Sp-iro Agnew look- alikes. skiing vacation with their chil- diren. "I suppose a lot of people wonder about our the easy-going singer said in his office. "I've always felt that it was nobody's business but our own. But I suppose I should1 explain." Andy Claudine sepa- rated in June, 1970, after eight years of marriage. The split presented a crisis at NBC over Williams' Christmas show, traditionally one of the highest-rated programs of the year, "NEC'had a lot of trouble over a Dean Martin Christ- mas Show which had been taped before he broke up with his wife." Williams recalled. "The show was edited, but even so there was a lot of criticism about it. MOVED TO LODGE "So when ray show came up, it was decided to make the setting a winter lodge in- stead of our home. Claudine and I didn't even appear to- gether in a bedroom to put the children to bed. Despite NBC's worries, there wasn't a bit of criticism over the show. ''This year I decided we'd do the show in a home setting again. After all, Claxidine and I sec each other all the time. Last year she and I spent ClM is! mas with the kids at Sun Valley and this year we'll do it again at Heavenly Val- ley, near Lake Tahoe." Yet she still lives with the children at the beach and lie maintains a bachelor home in the Hollywood Hills. Why? "I'm not sure why we can't live Williams re- flected. "I like her very love her. And I know that she loves me. The trouble is that site can't stand to be with me for more than 21--; days." He said Claudine is intense in everything she does; be is as nonchalant offstage as lie is on. Their varying tempera- ments caused constant fric- tion during their marriage. Williams suspects that career conflicts also played a role. The future? "I don't think either of as knows what will happen. We have never discussed divorce. It's possible we will get back together. I don't know." Gossips have made much of Andy's escorting of Robert Kenned y 's widow, Ethel. Andy said Iw has wearied of reiterating thai no romance is involved. THE ANNE MURRRAY SHOW Former schoolteacher Anne Murray certainly knows the secret cf making kids (and adults) happy. Canada's favorite songbird will be headlining her second CBC-TV special this season Thurs- day, Dec. 16 at 8 p.m. along with special guests, U.S. singing star John Davidson, Canadian songstress Dianne Brooks, the unique Doctor Music and the Rcb Iscove Dancers. Many Christmas specials slated DECEMBER is a month of specials on the TV net- works both in Canada and the U.S. Some are new shows, some are repeats of old favor- ites but all bear the same theme of the Yulctide spirit. Heine's the lineirp: The acclaimed "Hallmark Hal] of Fame" original musical, "The Littlest Angel." will have its third consecutive Christmas Kt'iiyon color cast on Sundav. Dec. 12 at p.m. en Chramel 9 Great Falls, pre-cnintmg "The'Wonderful World of "Dis- ney" and "The Jimmy S'lCwnri. Show.'1 Fred Gwynnc and y011113 .Johnnie Wnitaker :iro the stars. The CTV network will present the 36th annual Christmas pro- gram by Bing Crosby on Chan- nel 13 at 10 p.m. on Dec. 13. Robert Goulel, Mary Costa and the Crosby family join Bing. An early Chrisimns guest on Rowan and Martin's Laujzh-In is Carroll O'Connor, TV's Arch- ie Bunker who plays Santa. Yule tree salesman and Ebene- zer M. Nixon in a spoof of "A Christinas Carol." The show is colorcast on Charge! 9, Great Falls, at p.m., Dec. 33. Andy Williams presents his Christmas show on Dec. 1-1 at 9 p.m. on Channel 9. Great Falls and will feature the Williams family, his wife. Claud me Longet. and the Lennon Sis- ters. Earlier that same evening, at p.m. on Channel 9, the popular arimated musical spe- cial for Christ "Ths Little Drummer Boy" h- j for the fourth It tells rf a j poor drummer gift for infant Jesu.s. Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Cnrol" will be seen in a fascinating animrled version on the CTV Television Network on Friday, Dec. 17. at p.m. en Channel 13. A Christmas Carol will feature the voices of Sir Redgrave as the narrator, Alistair Sim as Scrocce and Michael Hor- dern in th? role of the troubled ghost of Marley. Other specials are scheduled after Christmas leading up to New Year's Eve. DOWNTOWN Phons 327-5767 606-608 3rd Ave. S. CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE! Open Till 9 p.m. Thurs. and Fri. Nights p.m. Wednesday! EXTRA SPECIAL OFFER COLOR TV SETS! OUR ENTIRE STOCK 'SPECIALLY PRICED from now till Christmas! CHRISTMAS SPECIALS FROM WESTBEND! 36 CUP PARTY PERK In asst. colors. SPECIAL BUN WARMERS In colors. SPECIAL 18.49 6.47 CANISTER SET 4 Piece in col SPECIAL, SET ;