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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta HOLLAND'S DRAPERY SHOP largest Display Of DRAPERY MATERIALS fn Western Canada 325 - 7th St. S. Ph. 327-4475 The Letkbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE #31 washers  17 dryers  Coin dry cleaning 3rd Ave. and 12th St. B S. (Open 24 hrs. every day) THE LETKBRIDGE HERALD - FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1973. LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17 TO FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 19/3 'George Falls in Love with a Princess* George finds romance when he meets 'Princess' a cha mpion dog owned by a Countess in the episode 'George Fa.'fs In Love,' Thursday, February 22, at 7 p.m. on the CTV Television Network. The aristocratic Countess, played by Zsa Zsa Gabor, tries to discourage the romance Famous actress St. Bernard co-star by keeping the two dogs separated, but George has other ideas.' 'Princess' is actually portrayed by Miss Gabor's own dog, Genghis Khan (above), a Tibetan Temple Dog. A couple of dogs upstage Zsa Zsa There are few women who haven't dreamed of making the grand entrance, totally impressing everyone present. One woman, Zsa Z.*a Gabor, makes such entrances as a matter of course, never disappointed in the reaction of those around ber. On a recent visit to Toronto where she spent the night at the Constellation Hotel relaxing from a long flight from Zurich, she impressed everybody with her beauty, good spirit, impeccable make-up, beautiful csen'res and jewelry. She had spent the previous 10 days in Grindelwald, a beautiful Swiss village, appearing as guest star in an episode of "George," the half-hour situation comedy series shown on the CTV Television Network, aiad starring a St. Bernard. This episode will be seen on Thursday Feb. 22 at 7 p.m. on Channel 13. Now this is not the sort of thing one expects Zsa Zsa to do, play second banana to a dog. But she loved it and was full of praise for the series. The plot of the episode centres around George falling in love with a champion dog, and Miss Gabor's futile efforts to keep the two dogs separated. Miss Gabor's own dog Ghen-kis Khan, a Tibetan Temple dog, portrays the role of 'Princess' on the show. Both dogs 'are great scene-stealers much to the delight of Zsa Zsa who is a great animal lover. She spends much of her spare time supporting an animal shelter called Love Unlimited in Lbs Angeles. "We try to find new homes for the animals, provide free veterinarian care for those who would otherwise be left unattended. We are also providing a program of free spading for dogs and cats to encourage pet owners to keep down the animal population, and are supporting research for a suitable 'pil'.' It is estimated that there are at least ' 30,000 homeless cats and dogs in Los Angeles alone." Besides enjoying being upstaged by the animate in "George," she also loved working with the human performers in the series. "Trudy Young is a delightful youn� woman and very easy to work with. Marsh (Marshall Thompson) sent me a red rose every morning. What a beautiful way to start work! The crew is excellent and with [all those wonderful people and that gorgeous dog, you have a very good show. There is no ZSA ZSA GABOR reason why it shouldn't be a success." Miss Gabor has never worked with her sister, Eva, and she would Like to change that. "We are thinking of appearing together in 'Arsenic and Old Lace,' adapted to suit us. We'd be putting away husbands instead of lonely old men. Don't you think that would be marvellous . . . delightful." She is planning on doing more and more stage productions and is presently considering several plays. Determined not to be caught in a weekly television series, she is learn-. ing from her sister Eva's ex-perience. After being in a ser-. ies for seven years. Eva is offered only one type of role' now and is having great difficulty breaking away from the Green Acres image. This was her second time in Canada within a brief period. "I like Canada very much, and hope one day to work up here, I or have a long holiday. In the ; meantime I am most happy to have been as'^rr/ed withj 'George,' a Canadian co-produc- ( tion." ' I World tennis on TV This week, February 11-18, Toronto tests the second annual $50,000 Rothman's International Tennis Tournament. Defending champion Rod Layer will face stiff competition from Wimbledon winner and U.S. Davis Cup hero, Stan Smith; U.S. Pro Champion Bob Lutz; South African's Cliff Drys