Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE 3 ComnHcn ncs cow plaint ]arol Burnett suffers by typecasting Sunday, December 31 Cl tin 1-7) m o O) (0 ra rm m (71 n IB 03 01 SB O) eg (0 m CD 03) 80 O SB Ar.blr s Kim IlOtlSO I'lnseilp Harlem' Clobelrottcrs This is Iho T.ife Rrx Tluiuhard flosprl Ikinr Kevival Kin's for the nay Clublimfl Uivlo liohhy Ili'iir Knlln-vr. Tuihlman Crossroads Siitxlay Hour Kaec Hie Nation Uev, Snihreckkeii a Wish Kaitli for Today Day i.f lll.-eiivery of Citriosily Shop NK1, ni'jhli'es Uu'lwinUle AKL (Vnfi-mico Final Jlecl Ihe Press M''U nrd Answers l.en Dow Show llumbard Ml'11. Market P'aee Under Attack Smirks Week Til A ren'eorsl Presenls (7) District 7 0 Garner Ted Armstrong SOMMERFELDT CAR SALES "WHERE QUALITY TELIS AND PRIC6 SELLS" 321 13lh St. N. Ph. 378-9444 (H 00 SB ft ro CD a o o o o 03 o o SB (B m u i a 031 ID (71 SB 113) a to 1 hirst Koeh'er Show IJer.ch for the Top I'nlamnl World Sixty Minnies I'oimlry Canada Caraer Tod Armstrong Here's Lucy Movie: 'IVo for the Money Music lo See Wild Kingdom This is Your Life Doris Day Odd Couple 1 jiwrenco Welk "rtriiku't Uives Bernie Mini Sugar Howl World of Disney Africa New Clods for Old Anivi i'.iid l.he Kins Mystery Movie 1 el Them t.ivo I Snnilay at Iiviide Ihe World of Vnur Dreams KKI t'HC Weekend Mary Tyler Moore Hold Ones News Hiliie .Taiues Harris (MO'' News Now Years Special I Traveling I Merv Griffin Come on over! DEAL WITH THE ENGINE CHIEFS! horn to '140s NOW IN STOCK! Come on ovor ami picfc itnni .1 full linoC< Hew tlio Cnl .inil Ihe omjinn WE HAVE 440 AND PANTHERS IN STOCK ON DISPLAY NOWI AMPLE FREE PARKING LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE 1117 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 327-8889 Cloiril Monday Dolly a.m. lo Thursday ond Friday a.m. to 9 p.m. Millions of Americans. Tier Kut don-t afraid that loyal ami devoted fans, Desert first love, tele- nol consider that had at all. Sho won't. Tlu-y love hor just :is she ltj. 1 d of quirky, wild wonderful, j (lj u u Hut is the proMom. Too many iwoplc know lior ns "Kni Ol 'll the Cnrol liurnutl of Uic tolovi slim show. N o w slio's brnnchiiij; ot'.L Shf's tuado a "Pete 'n' Walter Matth.iu. She thinks she cftuUl have it holler, if she wasn't so es- in (he world's oye as (o who she is. "It's :i stra'ti'.ht she "hut Hie openini: seeno eiMiUl constmoii as U'IMJ: 3 ski-tell. In oixler to j so the iuidii'iico (.Uxv-tTt pot'tlio j w.-oni; idea. I sal on myself and 1 underplayed. I "I'm sitiv fwnle cxjwiM me I to eoMie in on eluni- j dc'ier my eyes crossed, T fo coninletely Iho way sn they'd kiunv this jusi sKcloh "Td have to have heen a little more m Uio film, hnl I couldn't." Slie is as exeited alxnit Ihis tiuivie as aiiythini: slVe's over done, ll's only second t'ea- tmv, Ilie first was n film Bill- ed "Who's Sleeping in My Hed1.'" tliiit was declanxl n dis- aster area. So it's really her first. Tl :il' eame fivm out of dark- est left field. She had Ion.; wanted to dJ movies but was realistic. She says she knew she'd m'ver pel to play Mie love interest Grart or Tan! Nownian or KolK'rt fnrd. she felt, that someday slio tiiijrht. Ret a or.-tek at a ctimixly lead Jaek lx.Miimon or lev Those wore two arlors she admirvxl. Two she fell she emild possibly willi. And then, one day, M.il- than called lior. had met only t Once, had to htm afler he did "The She was as oxoitod about hor big TV special. "Once Upon s as sho is about "Pole Time." Tho CBS-TV show was the second time around for that property, n mu- sical she first created off- Eroadivay. Rain on the night it shows means Rood luck (o lior. It rain- ed on tlic night "Once Upon first opened. It rain- ed the day she wns hired for her first regular TV job with Garry Moore. The night she And J ulie Andrews d Carnejric Hall siwcial it sleeted and when they did their Lincoln Centre special there was a thunderstorm. Give Carol Burnett a abV day and she's in ecstasy. Sho still hopes some day to do "Once Upon n Mattress" as a feature film. It's too expen- sive if it's done right for today's movie budgets but may- he snmeday it will bo done. "T love sho says, "because it's a fairy tale that appeals to adults on one level and the kids on joy it on the surface. It's real- ly a timeless story." Between the special, the mov- ie and her popular it's a full life for Carol Burnett. She'd like to do more movies, but good scripts are hard to come by. "My sho snys. "is to do a movie a year, my series or else five or six specials, and s play here for a few weeks each year. The hard part of that a to find a good movie script. "I set a lot of scripts sent to me but they are mostly exten- sions of what I do on my slww. Why should I get up at a.m. to do the same thing T do now, petting up much Knterprisr Assn.) Haydn's Toy Symphony Tin- Mi-Gill r.i.'imlioi- On-lics- (IM, Hii' dirivlimi of Alex- nndor Knill. will prosent i-lnriuira; The! Symi-l-.wy, ami No.