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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 2 Ask Dick Kleiner Games prizes 6peanuts9 compared to advertising SEASON'S GREETING] PHONE 328-1222 DEAR DICK: How can all those daytime TV game shows give away the money and merchandise they do? L. N. J., Stillwater, Okla. To TV, which is a big money operation, what the game shows give away is peanuts, or maybe cashews. Much of the merchandise is given by the manufacturers, in ex- change for the plug on the air. The cash when Quasar Quasar Quasar RENT Quasar Quasar OWN Quasar Quasar CALL NOW FOR DELIVERY Quasar Quasar Quasar TROJAN HOME ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEMS LTD. Phone 329-0500 Open lor home service 10 a.m.-10 p.m. daily 524-5th ST. S. Quasar measured against the cost of a dramatic show is nothing. A game show is still the cheapest kind of programming, relatively, there is. DEAR DICK: Can you tell me what you can find out about Harve Presnell, who played in the movie, "The Unsinkable Molly and what he is do- ing today? MRS. NIKKI OLDENBURGER, Iron Springs, Alberta, Canada. Harve's agent tells me he's just returned from a. tour with "Molly Brown" and an engagement in London where he appeared in the musical version of "Gone With The Wind." He's doing mostly stage work these days. It's really a shame that a man with such a glorious voice can't find film or TV work, while the creepy peepies with their nonvoices make for- tunes. DEAR DICK: Some years ago there was a TV series called Jim Bowie. Please, could you tell me who played the title role? MRS. SHARON PERTUIT, Violet, La. Sure could. It was Scott Forbes, and, to answer your next question, the series ran on ABC from '56 to '58. DEAR DICK: I would like to know what year Lee Meriwether (of Barnaby Jones) was Miss America. MRS. A. LEONHARDT, San Jose, Calif. That little fact is now Omitted from Lee's of- ficial biography. I guess she doesn't want people to pinpoint her age that precisely. But it's a matter of record the beautiful Miss Meriwether was Miss America 1955. DEAR DICK: Do you remember the actor Patrick McGoohan? He starred in the TV series, Secret Agent and The Prisoner, and in such movies as "Ice Station Zebra" and "Mary, Queen of Scots." I would like to know what he is presently doing and where he is. MRS. ELAINE MEDASIE, Claysburg, Pa. McGoohan is still a very active person. He acts and he directs and, although he lives in England, he goes where the action is. You may have seen him in a re- cent edition of Peter Falk's Columbo. He made a dandy villain. DEAR DICK: Does Ko- jak smoke a special brand of cigars and cigarettes? If not, what is the brand name? JONATHAN DIAZ, Thibodaux, La. When the show began, they pointedly stressed that Kojak (Telly Savalas) was trying to quit smoking. He sucked on Tootsie Pops instead.. But he still smokes some he smokes Shermans, those brown colored cigarettes. DEAR DICK: My hus- band and I have a bet and I think you can determine the winner. We need to know if the girl who played Solitaire in James Bond's "Live and Let Die" and the girl who was the genetic mother in the ABC after- noon play, "This Child Is are one and the same. I say they aren't. Who's right? MRS. J. DOWNEY, Austin, Minn. You've won again, Mrs. Downey. Solitaire was played by Jane Alexander, and it was Robin Strasser on the ABC drama. Questions for Dick Kleiner should be addressed: Dick Kleiner, Toronto Sun Syndicate, 322 King Toronto, Ont. M5V 1J4., Our greetings... heart- felt happiness all through the season. McLean MOVING LTD. "Your North American Van Lines Agents" Now located at 614 35th Street North Phone 327-3146 Quasar Quasar Quasar The Rug Drapery Shoppe 324-13 Street North Phone 329-0712 ;