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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 Wednesday., March 5 TV PERMISSIVENESS One Life to O Manhunter O Match Came Barelta Partridge This Land Woodv Wood Get Christie Love Movie: Senior Cannon Musicamera River of World Figure Q Money News Mike News O Wheel of Movie: Banachek 0 Super Flick Another Tonight Show Edge ol O News The Big Pacificanada Now You Sec National Jokers News Split Tomorrow Our Tommy Banks Show What s The Good News Brady Brier Reports News CroDkite Merv Griffin Family Tommy Banks Cont. Movie: Pounds of Trouble He Knows, She Definition PROGRAM Dr. Zonk and the University at N.Y.. will a six-week intensive Tony Orlando Dawn Hollywood Squares Truth or program in art's management, Truth or June 2. FOR JOPLIN N.H.L. That's My Mama Little House on the elementary school at 7944 South Woolcott has been Little House the Scott UK Prairie Movie: No elementary school. Some shows more equal THCFINHTtN CHINESE FOOD WESTERN MEALS LIGHT LUNCHES MAJORETTE RESTAURANT HOUM: Daily un. to pun. on Sun- S. 327-7511 The Vienna State Opera, and Salzburg Easter Festival and Salzburg Festival will combine their artistic planning efforts asj of Sept. 1, 1976. WITH DAUGHTERS Carole King's TV debut on the Feb. 19 animated special Maurice Sendak's Really Rosie'also featured the TV debut of her daughters, Louise Coffin, 14, and Sherry Coffin, 1Z. By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NBA) Perhaps the most common beef heard in Hollywood TV circles is that the networks have a double standard. They allow more freedom on some shows than on others and permit a greater latitude in language only at certain hours. "The first time you come in with something that has been done on 'All In the says producer Danny Arnold, "they jump all over. you. They say, All In the Family that's one of a kind.' "You can get away with things in TV plays like "Maude" and "All In the says writer producer Buck Henry, "That you can't do on film- ed shows, for some sub- liminal Producers of TV movies complain bitterly that they are not allowed to do and say things done in old movies bought for TV showing. Producers of ear- ly evening shows grouse about the permissiveness of later programs. Producers of TV dramas gripe about what the networks let Dean Martin and Johnny Carson and the other variety and talk shows get away with. Producers of shows on ABC are annoyed over the restrictions they are faced with that CBS' producers Reliable Carpet Care STEAM CLEANING 327-4493 ol Mborli Rug Ctoonon Anoclitloi with owor 7 yoora OKporionco are not and vice versa. Producers of night time shows argue that day-time shows are freer. In each case, there is some justification for their complaints, but there is also some good reasons for the differences. The three networks take their public service responsibilities seriously, and they try desperately to forestall any possible threat of government censorship. So they self police and their main arena is an attempt to keep juicy stuff on hours when the children aren't watching. So there is greater freedom during the daytime (children should be in school) and later in the evening (children should be in Soap operas and late night talk shows are allowed to ex- pound on themes not per- mitted in prime time. The logic of this fails to impress some producers who have had ideas nipped in the network bud. Doug Cramer wanted a nude rear shot of Connie Stevens at the end of his TV movie, "The Sex Sym- bol." No sale. He com- IS YOUR HOME FOR SALE? More.and more people taking advantage of our NEW LIST SELL We are always anxious to help you sell your home. We know the market, and can ensure you get a fair price. Consult us before you buy or sell. Free Estimates. JiL ASTRO REALTY INSURANCE LTD. at 425 328-7748 plained, without avail, that nudity was allowed on educational TV he cited "Steam Bath" so why not on his movie? Even Norman Lear, who produces All In the Family, has had his problems. On the very first episode of A1TF shown, he argued with CBS until late into the night preceding the debut. They wanted to take two minutes out of it, to conform to previous stan- dards. Lear held out and won. "It's important that we get altogether he told them, and finally they agreed to their cor- porate joy later. Tom Kersey, head of ABC's West Coast Depart- ment of Broadcast Stan- dards and Practices, ad- mits that sometimes shows, such as All In the Family, which are done before a live audience, have more freedom than shows done on film in a studio. "They are he says, "and thus-there are some ad libs. And that may ac- count for a little more leeway." But he says that other We at the Kung-Fu Studio have realized that the valuable and ancient train- Ing methods of the Buddhist monastrles were concentrated around the individual student only. Resorting to this most accurate knowledge of the past, we have specialized these methods and refrained from the mass training In general. We thus restore the spirit of the Individual's combative ability and direct them to a fantastic mastery of mind and ol body which was only known centuries ago. Phone complaints about a double standard are untrue, ex- cept for the time factor. He says he keeps hearing the same old thing from producers "They do it, why can't but mostly these are just imaginery differences. In the area of movies for TV, for example, versus old theatrical releases, Kersey says that he attempts to apply the same yardstick to each. "We try to edit old movies to conform to the same standards as new movies for he says. "But we always advertise and publicize them however, as theatrical features." Kersey believes the three networks pretty much see eye to eye on basic questions of what will and will not be per- mitted. Still, the complaints from producers continue. Most of them are sure a double or triple or quadru- ple standard exists, and no manner of network ex- planation will allay their doubts. THE CAMERA AND YOU GERRY SAGE Well the big event Is over. II was a happening o, which everyone (n Southern Alberta can be justly proud. Special thanks should go to the large number ol people who worked so very long and so very hard to make the Games such a success. I would like to congratulate a special group ol guys who, I think, did a fantastic The Her- ald Photographers. One ol the most -difficult photo assignments Is sports. Night after night they gave us great photo coverage of the games. And now. here are some things to keep In mind. If you ars going to take- a pic- ture of something lliat you know you will want enlarged, please don'l lake it with a pocket camera. The nega- tive is so small that the very largest enlargement you will get Is a 5x7. Never, never cut your negatives. Negatives are susceptible to damage. So when you want reprints or enlargements, leave them In their long strips and write down the numbers which occur below the negative of the picture you want done The new film that Is now being used, Kodecolor II or FuJIcolor II, although far superior to (he older film, does have one problem. It deteriorates a lot faster after exposure. In other words, on the same roll of film, pictures taken last tall will not be as good as your Winter Games pictures taken and pro- cessed right now. .One final word. If you can, refrigerate all your Him. If you need any help, please feet free to call or drop In. HAVEAGOODWEEK1 Courtesy of KWIK KOLOR COLLEGE MALL ;