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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Page Ask Cousin Annabelle enquires Dick Kleiner about relative's accomplishment DEAR DICK: My rosin, Montgomery Clift, went to Hollywood to make movies. I have not heard from him since. Did he really make any movies? Where can I write him? ANNELLIA BOYD. Brew- lorn Ala. I'm not sure if you're pulling my leg or not, Annelia. but if you're hot things are a little slow down there in Brewton Cousin Montgomery came to Hollywood in 1M8 and became a big star, making lots of fine movies, including "From Here To "The Young Lions" and "Judgment at Nuremberg." Nowhere you can write him any more. He died in 1966. DEAR DICK: Please teil us the stage ume of the wife of the famous football player, Tom Harmon. THE MACS, Millers, Md. That beautiful thing was named Elyse Knox and Elyse and Tom are still happily married, lo, these many years. DEAR DICK: I would like to know why they took off the Tony Orlando show from TV. I liked It a whole lot. It made me very, very mad! TRACY BOTTOMS, Sims, N.C. Well, you can be glad now. Apparently a lot of other people liked it a whole lot. It will be back on as a regular feature this winter. DEAR DICK: Can you HERE'S THE WASHER for apartments ...for mobile homes BUILT-IN WATER SYSTEM Spin-Drying Washer Ofin TM ftmtf Wuh In An Amuinnly Short Tiim! '299 Mo SpMiri PhrnhMf Up To SM mi Sun Wtthino Lithtwwtlil FMb On CMWII Cmplni SMW-A-Top Cmr of hpubr MM Colon TRADES ACCEPTED ALSO AVAILABLE 120V matching dryer that requires no venting, and stacks on top of washer for space save. FAIRFIELD APPLUNtt SERVICES LTD. Phoo. 327-6684 please tell us who played in the movie, "New York and is there a chance of us ever seeing it again? My husband and I saw it in in Brooklyn, N.Y. Just what we saw then is what's happening right now. MRS. THOMPSON, Citra, Fla. Either your memory or my reference books are faulty but there is no record o! a movie by that title and the Motion Pic- ture Academy can't find it, either. It sounds fascinating, however. Is it possible you remember H. G. Wells' "Things to a 1936 release about the London of the future? DEAR DICK: Could you tell me something about the new song Cat Stevens has out? It's called "Another Saturday Night." I know it's an old song. Did he write it for someone else or did he just remake someone else's song. LYNN STEWART, Detroit, Mich. Cat didn't write the song at all. It was written and performed by the late Sam .Cooke, who recorded it, but it wasn't a big hit. Cat always liked it, however. On a recent trip to Japan he was in a recording studio and, on the spur of the moment, recorded it there. DEAR DICK: Is it true that Don Rich, who played with Buck Owens and the Buckaroos on Hee Haw on TV, was killed in a motor- cycle accident? E. H., LaGrange, Wyo. Yes, unfortunately, it is. Rich was killed in an acci- dent last August, near San Luis Obispo. Calif. DEAR DICK: Would yon please inform me where I can contact the Star Trek fan club, if it a still in ex- istence? RAY P. TALBERT, New Orleans, La. There are dozens of Star Trek clubs still in ex- istence, judging by my mail, unless they have all been affected by a time warp. I'm told the best place to start is by con- tacting S.T.A.R. (Star Trek Association for Revival) at P.O. Box 886, Dearborn, Mich., 48120. DEAR DICK: In 1932, I was living in Ease Texas and met a friend from Meria, Tex., named Jack Clark. I am sure he is the father of Jack Clark of Dealer's Choice, they look so much alike. Please let me know if he is the same. The mother was a barber in Hobbs, N.M., name of Babe Hightower. VIOLA ALLENBY, Fountain Valley, Calif. Jack Clark the MC of Dealer's choice assures me that his mother wasn't a barber and that his lather didn't come from East Texas, despite the resemblance. DEAR DICK: I am a great fan of Apple's Way. I would like to know what happened to Patricia? JUJU SULLIVAN, Mobile, Ala. They switched Patricias in mid stream. Franny Michel played the part the first season but wanted to go back to her, home and school in the East. So Kristie McNichol is now Patricia. DEAR DICK: Will you please tell me the name of the song they play on Gun- smoke. It's a real old song. FRANCIS SELDEN, Lamar, Color. It's not that old. The music is simply called the "Gunsmoke Theme" and was written by Rex Koury when the show began. Come to think of it, that's pretty old 20 years now. DEAR DICK: It seems lo me that Angle Dickin- son, on Police Woman, is trying to impress on the audience that she still has it from the old days all this posing and modeling, instead of hard police work. What type oi police woman is she portraying, anyway? MARY JACKSON, Orange, Calif. Officially, she's in the Criminal Conspiracy Sec- tion, doing undercover work. Unofficially, the producers are trying to .take advantage of Miss Dickinson's reputation (or sexiness. And Angle thinks it would be illogical for her to attempt to overpower anybody she's no karate whiz but, rather, to use her feminine wiles. That's nice, once in a wile. DEAR DICK: Are Delia Street and Raymond Burr (Perry Mason) married or not and has he really Mobile, Ala. Miss Street, played so long by actress Barbara Hale, and Mason never married. Neither did Burr and Miss Hale. As for retirement, hardly DEAR DICK: Is Shelley Winters on a "Fat Is Beautiful" campaign? She is definitely both and I'm wondering how she let her- self gain so much. Per- sonally, I like it.-MRS. W. L. MOSS, Mobile, Ala. Weight always has been a problem in Shelley's life. For years she battled valiantly to stay thin. Then, for her part in "The Poseidon she had to put on weight. It was easy. Since then, however, it has been very tough for her to take it off. We're all glad you like it. DEAR DICK: I know it goes back many years but could you please tell me the year and month that Frederic March starred in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde at the old Griswold theatre in Troy, N.Y.? MRS. F. J. LYONS, Troy, N.Y. This might be a good time to let all my readers know that I don't work in their home town and thus cannot answer questions about Troy, N.Y., or Mobile, Ala., or whatever. I can only answer national questions. I can say that Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde was made in 1932 but you'll have to check with people in Troy to get the exact month of when it appeared. DEAR DICK: We are trying to recall the name of a newscaster in early radio, the late '20s and '31s. Could you list the leading newscasters of those times? R. H. GROAT, Ellicotville, N.Y. Right off the top of my memory, there was Graham McNamee, who was the greatest, and among others prominent in that era, there were Milton Cross, Ted Husing, Norman Brokenshire; Alois Havrilia. David Ross and Basil Ruysdael. DEAR DICK: I would like to know where Marilyn Monroe died and is buried. BOB LEONARDO, In- diana, Pa. She died in her home in Los Angeles and is buried in Los Angeles. DEAR DICK: Is William Elliott, who made western movies, still alive? Where can I order some pictures of him in his movies? J. COX, Corsicana, Tex. Wild Bill died in 1965. For pictures, try Larry Ed- munds Cinema Book Shop, Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles. Calif. 90028. Reader's questions should be addressed Dick Kleiner, Toronto Sun Syndicate, 322 King Street West, Toronto, Ont. MSV 1J4. North Store Only 516-13111 ST. 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