Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Letttbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE HANNIGAN'S 328-4038 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1970 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19 TO FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25 Feast of Christmas goodies on TV Music fairytale will delight all provide a wide variety of Yulctide programs on the tc'-jvision net- works and matter I which cluumsl is turn- ed on the viewer will find something in the mood of the season. CTV, CBC and the American networks are presenting a wide choice of entertainment. Sever- al are repeats of well-known and well-loved features from animated stories to such mov- ies as "White Sunday, Dec. 20 at R p.m. on channel 7 young and old will enjoy "The Great Santa Claus a special holiday pre- sentation of the Ed Sullivan Show. This hour-long feature stars Art Carney and The Mup- pets and Jim Hensen, their cre- ator, has designed dozens of new puppet characters for this production. In the two days leading up to Christmas, and on Christmas Day itself, CBC television's of- ferings this year include some- thing for almost everybody. For young and old alike. Han- sel and Grelel, a TV version of Humnerdinck's onera. will be presented on Wednes- day, Dec. 23 at 8 p.m. The two-hour rmisicai fairy- tale about the woodcutter's chil- dren who become lost in the woods, stumble upon a house built of candies, cookies and jellybeans, and are captured by a wicked witch, stars famous opera singer Maureen Forres- ter in one of her rare TV ap- pearances, as the wicked witch. Also starring are two Van- couver singers in the title roles. Judith Forst, now with the Metropolitan Opera Com- pany, sings the role of Hansel, and Christine Anton p i a y s Grptel. On Christmas Day, special MUSIC Concluded on Page 4 shows This year the CTV Network celebrates the Christmas Sea- son by offering a variety of programs in the special holi- day spirit guaranteed to de- light the entire family. This line-up of shows includes vari- ety, animated children's pro- grams, music, specials and movies that promises to join Canadians from coast to coast in a Christmas to be remem- bered. Among the list of programs are: Christmas Remembered II Thursday, Dec. 24, p.m. Four eight year old chil- dren visit senior citizens and share in the memories ol a Canadian Christmas 50 years ago. A Gift Of Music, Thursday 24, p.m. A Christmas montage o( classi- cal apd rock, A Gift Of Music combines the talents of Boris Brott and the Toronto Symph- ony Orchestra, the Canadian Children's Onera Chorus. Ihe University of Toronto Chorus, the Trsr.-juilitv Bnse rock group and Miss Tobi Lark. Return To Oz, Friday, Dec. 25, p.m. An hour long animated color sequel to the "Wizard of Magic of Christmas, Friday, Dec. 25, p.m. A nos- talgic hour of music and stories featuring Pat Boone and Don Murray. White Christmas, Friday, Dec. 25, p.m. The ever popular Christmas classic starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Vera-EUen, Rosemary Clooney and Dean Jagger. Queen will be in an entirely "Royal Family" film, the spe- cuffly made color program will 2 YULETIDE ENTERTAINMENT ON TV Above is a sampling of the U'S' TV Art Carney as Ihe evil magician in Ed Sullivan's special on Sunday the l "TllG CTV 25; Danny Kaye and Bing old favorite "White Christmas" also on Dec. 25; the fairytale opera on CBC To QS fhe her Tot0' a rolor 5Pecial on CTV 25' holiday pro- shows linle people in Crosby in ,he "Hansel and Qnd NOBODY BEATS HOYT'S TOY PRICES JUST LOOK HOW YOU CAN SAVE EVEN MORE BY SHOPPING OUR GIANT PRE-CHRISTMAS M_ OVER IN TOYS 25 TO 5Q% OFF! SALE PRICES IN EFFECT WHILE STOCKS LAST! DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. NORTH-LETHBRIDGE 324-13th St. N.