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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta !TV HIGHLIGHTS FRIDAY MOVIE: I'll Take Sweden, 6 p.m., Ch. 7: Tentatively scheduled, a comedy about a problem father and his problem daughter. Stars Bob Hope and Tuesday Weld. VARIETY: Andy Williams, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests are Jonathan Winters, Ozzie and Harriet Nelson, Bobby Gentry and the Carpenters. MOVIE: The Rat Race, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: Tony Curtis and Debbie Reynolds star in a gritty 1960 drama about a small- town jazzman and a dancehall hostess who try to succeed in the world of show business. MOVIE: Love Hate Love, p-m., Ch. 11: A psychotic man terrorizes a woman who spurned him. Stars Ryan O'Neal (of Love Story) and Lesley Warren. VARIETY: Tommy Hunter, 9 p.m., Ch. 7: A program of Canadian music, with George Hamilton IV, composer Gene MacLellan and series regulars. MOVIE: Maracaibo, p.m., Ch. 13: The 1958 story of an attempt to extinguish an offshore oil fire. Stars Cornel Jean Wallace. MOVIE: Walk, Don't Run, p.m., Ch. 7: A Tokyo housing shortage during the 1964 Olympics forces a working girl to share her small apartment with two men. Stars Gary Grant and Samantha Eggar. SATURDAY SPORTS: Curling, 1 p.m-, Ch. 7: Tentatively scheduled, a match between Calgary's Ron Northcott and Merv Mann of Saskatchewan. SPORTS: Canada Winter Games, 2 p.m., Ch. 7: High- lights of Friday's opening ceremonies and live coverage of some of today's events, from Saskatchewan's man-made Mount Blackstrap. SPORTS: Sluing, 3 p.m., Ch. 7: Tentatively scheduled, live coverage of the World Cup Ski Races from Mount Ste. Anne, Que. SPORTS: Figure Skating, p.m., Ch. 13: Wide World of Sports recalls highlights of the North American Figure Skating Championships held earlier this month. fvow, Centre _ 12. 1HI IETH....DGE HKAID 7 HIGHLY POPULATED CAUTIOUS BEUEF Syria's 71.498 square-mile j Wary European .despots once I OVERS Other Stran- i gers. currently at the Par- amount Theatre, needs only the theme music to be a made- :or- movies TV version of Love, American Style. Trimmed with the same quick quips and near carica- ture personalities of the week- ly TV series, Lovers etc. set- tles for a scant examination of the many unpleasant sides of marriage, mat results is a su- perficial brightly entertain- ing laughathon which knows its slightness and never strains to be anything deeper. The movie comprises about five stories, loosely tied around the marriage of a young coupe who have lived together for US years and have finally decided to don the holy chains. But if the marriage they are entering is a spiritual institu- tion it's just because the pnest says so. The married couples invited to the wedding have given up hearts and flowers for "contentment" and nuclear family cold war. The mother and father of the groom at least have food and acquaintances in common. What they don't share are equal interests in the bedroom and the man's wistful recollections of a pre marriage dream- nrl teacher. For the past 10 years the fa- ther of the bride (Gig Young) has retained the mistress ser- vices of his wife's best friend (Anne The two seem to perpetually hold love vrysts in the woman's washroom, where the two of them cuddle up on a toilet while he says plaintively, "This isn't sordid, LISTINGS hM kr NlnWwi M to intrmi idMbw k H FRIDAY NI6HT world at Request Action Lint CJOC if l Barry 6-00 News Wayne Barry News, Wthr, Sports Soccer Results CHEC News' on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the- Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT Dinner Showcast Bill Brown Back to the Bible Voice of China "taste interlude SATURDAY News fifteen minutes to the hour. fi-.oo Bill flrown Music and George J. D. MacAllister Chuck Tanner Oliver Farm and Ranch Review News Major News SATURDAY breakfast with Ron Rosvold Major News Tern D.O On the Move Showcase with BUI Brown John Charles RIcK Richards Evolution FRIDAY NISHT Tempo World at Six Supplement Malor Projection Gene Telpner's Musical Notebook TBA Radio Free Friday CBR Radio 1010 Calgary From the Capitals Art Hives 10-30 Theatre Morning Concert Atlantic Symphony News 12-03 Music Past Mid- Assignment night Alarm Clock SATURDAY Action Set Eye Opener High Noon News, Sports Sound of Britain Rev. Bill Portman High Country 7-30 News, Sports Our Native Land SATURDAY IS THE FINAL DAY OF BESTWAY'S CLOSE-OUT is Then there are friends of the newlyweds, a mated pair who can't get their gland impulses in synchronization. I feel sexy, she says to her sleepy spouse. Have a sandwich, says he. Not married, and ever on the make is an usher, whose lat- est target is an over read girl given to examination of each tiny twinge of emotion. While he runs from room to room trying to find a place for them to settle, she punctuates each round of 1'amour with that romance killer, "Did you read If Lovers and Other Stran- I gers is trivial, it still retains some telling insights on mod- ern marriage and some humor extended to hilarious absurdity. In one scene, the mother of the groom berates a second son for contemplating divorce. The King and Queen of Eng- land have never divorced, says she. It would break up the whole country if they did. Look at him, he doesn't even care about England. The Allierta Federation of Home and School Associations proposal to the provincial cabi- net recently that 50 per cent of commercial movies be of the family-rated type attests to that group's eye-in-the-sky at- Utude. It's doubtful if the recom- mendation has any chance of being passed in the legislature. If for no other reason than this, the federation's motives are suspect. By standing for clean minds, clean bodies and Walt Disney, the federation has taken unto itself an image of moral uprightness, and at no cost to itself. Dash the prac- ticality; snow white image To repeat the argument that the federation persists in over- looking: family movies do not attract audiences. Television has taken up the niche of fam- ily entertainment, and neither children nor parents are going to pay out money for what they can see at home. There is also the small mat- ter of availability of family- rated films. Of about 300 movies rated since last Feb- ruary by the Alberta Motion Picture Censor Board, 77 were family, 131 were adult or adul -not recommended for cnil dren. and 102 were restricted 3 Among the 77 family, abou 25 were 16 mm. or foreign Ian guage Thus of the total 31 rated, about 50 or 16 per cen were family and applicable fo showing in Lethbridge. How does the federation sup pose exhibitors will make u the difference from 16 per cen to 50? Run The Sound of Mu sic in 45-minute weekly ep sodes? Acquire blown-up ve sions of Leave it to Beaver? The only weapon the publ has against the movie industr aside the distasteful meas-. (cl Co. Jissssn-an-. 8.UU movie. _7 B.UI.IJ Snni Our Great Sports Digest Movie- The Rat Race (c) Uncle Bobby 10-00 F B I Marc's Music Shot Sports Roundup Wide World of Sports KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Coblevision Ch. 9) and FR10AY SATURDAY Irl Groovie GooliC! 1" Heckle and Jeckle oo Woody Woodpecker Ironside Muttley (c) NPWS (c) (c) 3 Tonight Show (c) H.R. Puflnstuff Hot Dot] Janibo j-00 Pink Panther (c) News News (c) Gunsmoke KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Ciblevision Ch. 11) Style Style Dick Cavett SATURDAY News FRIDAY Nanny and Professor (c) Brady Bunch (c) 7-00 Partridge Family Lancelot Link 7-30 Stand Up and Cheer Jerry Lewis a'-OO Movie: Love, Hero Come the Hate, Love Double DscKcrs 10-00 News Hot Wheels 10'30 Love American Sky Hawks 10-00 Motor Mouse tc) Hardy Boys (c) American Band- stand (c) Saturday Matinee Pro Bowlers Tour Sports Golf-Hawaln Open (c) SiflO Lets Wake a Deal Andy SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE OUT-OF-TOWNERS" In color. Starring Jack Lemtnon and Sandy Dennis. Friday and Saturday, Febru- ary 12 and 13. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "WHICH WAY TO THE FRONT" In color. Starring Jerry Lewis. Friday and Saturday, February 12 and 13. Friday shows at and p.m. Saturday matinee at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre Walt Disney's "101 DALMATIANS" In Technicolor. Full length Disney animated feature. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, February 12. 13 and 14. Friday show at 8 p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "THE ODD COUPLE" In Technicolor. Starring Jack Lemmon and Walter Malta. Friday and Saturday, February 12 and 13. Friday shows at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "BEN HUR" The world's most honored motion picture. In color. Starring Charlton Heston nnd Jack Hawkins. Friday and Saturday, February 12 and 13. Friday show at 8 p.m. only. Special Matinee Saturday at p.m. "TOM THUMB" In color. All seats SOc. Gel oul of Toko IhB family to n movie delta-vee Electronics 1271 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 323-8084 Factory Warranty Depot For Magnasonic of Canada Ltd. Servicing SANYO GRUNDIG NIVICO HOME ENTERTAINMENT PRODUCTS ALL WE SELL IS SERVICE MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT THE VARIETY SHOW BAND Admission. (Side Entrance) 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. REFRESHMENTS ..and.. FOOD. AVAILABLE PARAMOUNT vt ST 3275100 TONITE and SAT. ot and p.m. LETHBRIDGE WON'T LET IT GO! HELD OVER THRU SATURDAY POSITIVELY LAST 2 DAYS All Mar.6raw-Ryan O'Heali The Year's MATINEE SATURDAY at P.M PARAMOUNT NOW SHOWING TONITE at end p.m. FIRST SHOW SATURDAY AT P.M. "This is the kind of movie a reviewer RESTRICTED sllOllId W tO ADULT New York Fost I0VER! flMMGatf COLOR STARRING GIG YOUNG HARRY GUARDINO ANNE JACKSON MARIAN HA11EY LABOR CLUB Corner 2nd Ave. and 13th Street North Weekend Entertainment IN THE CLUBROOMS Fri. and Sat., Feb. 12 and 13 "THE GOLD DOTS" Members and Invited Guests! 4 4 4 4 COLLEGE PARAMOUNT (WE Bth ST 327 5100 SATURDAY SATURDAY MATINEE ot and p.m. One Show only p.m. Dt p.m. only fcjCHiLDRENS MATINEES MGM the wonderful musical adventure... ALL SEATS 50c thumB colorsomef Also Showing at These Theatres TOWER THEATRE, TABER SATURDAY REX THEATRE, CLARESHOLM SATURDAY ORPHEUM THEATRE, BLAIRMORE SATURDAY COLLEGE CINEMA NOW SHOWING At and p.m. J SATURDAY FIRST SHOW AT P.M. _ CONTINUOUS THERIAFTER ''Without a doubt the funniest service comedy I have ever seen." -Judith Crist, NBC -TV BROUGHT BACK BY POPULAR REQUEST. THE FUNNIEST MOVIE ABOUT SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN EVER TO BE SEEN. ;W, Fr< niran'5 MASH An ingoPreminger Production DONALD SUTHERLAND ELLIOTT GOULD -TOM SKERR1FI Color by DE ;