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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta SERVICE IS OUR SPECIALTY Frank Altkens SUPERIOR GULF SERVICE 16th Ave. and Major Magrath Or. Phone 327-0313 The LetUbttdge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE KINGKOIN LAUNDERETTE WntoirycllH DRAPEBIES Phono 328-8944 Ave. 12 St. B. S. Open 24 Hours Attended Mon. thru Fri. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1975 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, TO FRIDAY, JANUARY 10 The death of Adolph Hitler SPOTLIGHT Frank Finlay stars in his award winning title role in The Death of Adolph Hitler, an epic two hour production written by Vincent Tilsley, air- ing Jan. 12 on the CTV television network. Caroline Mortimer co stars as Hitler's mis- tress Eva Braun in this definitive study of Hitler during the last days of his life, from his birthday on April 20, 1945, until his death by suicide just ten days later. One of the most ambitious single drama pro- jects ever recorded in a British television studio, The Death of Adolph Hitler took a year to write and marks the culmination of seven years' research and preparation by producer and direc- tor Rex Firkin. "This says Mr. Firkin, "is concerned' not with the triumphant and confident man of the 1942 newsreels, but with the sick and prematurely senile man Hitler had become by 1945. By then, he had become addicted to drugs and was preoccupied with delusions of grandeur, betrayal by the German people and, above all, with his inevitable death." Frank Finlay as Hitler won the Society of Film and Television Arts Award for best dramatic performance of the year in British television. He, Caroline Mortimer and a supporting cast of over a hundred bring the characters authen- tically and terrifyingly to life in a magnificent and compelling performance. The play was recorded in an authentic studio replica of the Berlin Bunker in which the amaz- ing drama of the last days unfold. FRANK FINLAY PORTRAYS NAZI LEADER MONDAY MORNING EARLY BIRD SPECIALS AT ALL THREE OF OUR LOCATIONS YEAR END CLEARANCE Of slide and Movie Projectors some one of a kind at discounts of up to 1224-3rtt-Aii8.S. 327-2673 Open Mon. thru Sat., a.m. p.irt. College Mall til 9 p.m. Thurs. and 73 TERRY BLAND PHOTOGRAPHY LTD. Taber 223-2402 ;