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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 2 Queens clash again Saturday on CTV Vanessa as Mary Redgrave stars Stuart, and Academy Award winner Glenda Jackson stars as the ruthless Elizabeth I in Queen Hal B. Wallis' historical drama Mary, Queen of Scots on CTV's Academy Perfor- mance airing Saturday. on location in London, England, Scotland and France, the movie is set in the mid fifteen hundreds. Mary Stuart, widowed at 18, returns to her homeland after 13 years absence, only to find she is a thorn in the side Of reigning monarch Queen Elizabeth I. Elizabeth, anxious to remove the threat of a Scottish Queen ascending the throne of England, plots to have Mary remov- ed from contention. It isn't until Mary is forc- ed to flee Scotland and throw herself at the mercy of her cousin and rival, Elizabeth, that her even- tual fate is unfolded. After Mary's 18 years imprisonment, Elizabeth, despite voicing her protest that she didn't mean her cousin to die, sets the seal on the tragic and violent Quasar Quasar Quasar Quasar Quasar Quasar Quasar Quasar Quasar CALL NOW DELIVERY Quasar Quasar TROJAN HOME ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEMS LTD. Phone 329-0500 Open lor home service 10 a.m.-10 p.m. daily -A 524 5th ST. S. Quasar Quasar Quasar Quasar life of Mary, Queen of Scots. Patrick McGoohan stars as Lord James Stuart, Nigel Davenport stars as the Earl of Bothwell while Trevor Howard plays the role of Cecil, Queen Elizabeth's advisor. Mary, Queen of Scots is produced by Hal B. Wallis and directed by Charles Jarrott from the screenplay by John Hale. Actor sues film firm LOS ANGELKS (Reuter) Actor Ernest Borgnine, 57, sued a British film producing company and his former United States agents Thursday for million over a film deal which fell through. Borgnine, an Academy Award winner, asked million in punitive damages and in unpaid salary from Action Choice Ltd. of England for its failure to produce a film called Ronnie and Leo, in which he was to have played a major role. He also sued an ex- ecutive of Action Choice, Adrian Gaye, and the U.S. actors agents organization, Creative Management Associates, Inc., which arranged the deal. Borgnine said he entered an agreement to make the film last August and refus- ed other jobs because of it. Mornings CJOC TV O CABLE 6 CFCN TV