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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta READ... THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD ^CHINOOK' SOUTH ALMRTA'S UUMCST RURAL C^RCOtATlOJ^ The Lethlnrtdge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE KING KOIN LAUNDERETTE 3 Ave. * U St. B. S. OmtmUUmn FftlbAY, JANUARY 16.1974 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY. JANUARY 19. TO FRIDAY, JANUARY 25. Flight of the Penguin On Saturday, January 19, at 8 p.in. m Channel 13 CTV presents the Jacques Cousteau sjpecial, "The Flight Of The Penguin", the second pronam in the "Cousteau in The < Antarctic" series. Penguins have fascinated the world since their discovery, and Cousteau shows us an aspect of penguin life never before filmed - underwater, where they are as strikingly agile as they are amustngly clumsy on . land! Ages ago these renuirkable birds lost the use of their wings for flidit throuf^ the air. In "Ine FUght Of The Penguin", cameras capture them "flying" underwater and "porpoising" above water as the penguins and their young go to sea. Cousteau films their life cycle, emphasizing the incredible challenges penguins have to overcome to protect their yearly egg, and to survive in the most hostile environment. Filmed also is the faithfulness displayed by penguin mates nesting the egg for a month, fasting while waiting for the other mate to come back after weeks of rich feeding at sea, ready to share its food stock by disgorging predigested food in the partner's throat. In the rookeries, the voices of the penguins are recorded and matched to film close-ups in studies of courtship, aggression, and parent - young identification. Especially fascinating for viewers are slow motion shots of penguins diving, turning, and hunting as they migrate throuf^ open water. The Banjo Parlor Dancers Pan Trueman, Carol Gibbens, Mary Lou Brien and Shirley Kozak. the Banjo Parlor dancers, add plenty of glamor to the show. Banjo Parlor is seen each Saturday at 7 p.m. on Channel 13. Brady kids now number seven There^s another one! Nine - year - old Robbie Rist has been added to the regular cast of "The Brady Bunch" airing Sundays at 7 p.m. on CTV. as Oliver, the nephew of Carol Brady. He now brings the total number of Brady kids to seven. Robbie is the youngest of the two children of Bruno and Elfrieda Rist of La Mirada, California. The bloiid actor is an A student in the fourth grade who claims his weak subject is penmanship. His interests include playing the piano, the guitar and singing. He also speaks German. He has travelled with his family to Great Britain, Germany aiid Mexico as well as to various parts of the U.S. Just two years ago, Robbie started acting and since that time he has appeared in thirty commercials, a "Jonathan Winters Special", "Emei^ency", "Love American Style", an "ABC Afterschool Special", "Alexander". "The Giri With Something Extra", currently being telecast on CTV, and a yet to be released feature fibn, "In Memory Of You". He has a menagerie of pets which include a dog. Romeo, two cats. Tony Bernard and Woodstock, and a toad, Tony. He did have three turtles at one time called Charlie Brown, Lucy and Linus. Linus died and the other two ran away. Other than his pets Robbie enjoys spending his free time swimming, bike riding and playing baseball and basketball. Living with his family in the San Fernando Valley, Robbie would like to direct a horror movie and a war picture before he grows up to become a doctor. She never misses cue fluffs her lines! Mornings 5:15 O Understanding our World 5:45 O Salute to Agriculture 5:55 B Thought for the Day  Farm News 6:00 � University of the Air � Pinnochio O Today Show  Captain Kangaroo 6:30 a Yoga a Secrets of the Kitchen 7:00 a Farm and City Today a Canada A.M. a News a Today in Montana 7:30 a Mon Ami/Friendly Giant a Pyramid 8:00 a Uncle Bobby . a Audrey a Gambit 8:30 a Ed Allen a Romper Room a Hollywood Squares a Jack LaLanne 9:00 a In Conversation a Polka Dot D�or a The Young and Restless aBank.0 9:15 a Parlons Francais 9:30 a Polka Dot Door a New Horizons a Price Is Right a Search for Tommorrow 10:00 a Lifestyle a Alberta Schools a Jeopardy a All My Children 10:30 a Mr. Dress Up a Let's Make a Deal a As the World Turns a Pay Cards 11:00 a Sesame Street a /Fred Davis Show a Newlywed Game a Day of our Lives 11:30 a Beat the aock 2 The Doctors a News 12:00 a Buckshot a Dale Harney Show a General Hospital a Another World One recurring performer on NBC-TV's "Sanfordand Son" has never missed a cue or fluffed a line. She is said to be inhuman, but the cast and crew of the series have doubts. She has appeared in several segments and, iaccording to producer Aaron Ruben, she is always a "first-take" artist. She never requires another try or further direction after being tau^t her part. This exceptitmal actress is Ninny the goat that plays Chico and belmgs to the Sanfords' next-door neighbor, Julio. Trainer Gus Griffin starts rehearsing Ninny three days before the taping of each show. "After she leams the part," said Griffin, "all I have to do is let her go and she acts." Ninny is four years old and lives at Comport Animal Rental in Sun Valley, California. She has appeared in several movies and TV shows as one of a herd, but "Sanford and Son" is her first sieriesas a solo star. Many stars appear in Hope Special Dyan Cannon, Dionne Warwicke, Burt Reynolds and special guest star Peter Sellers will join Bob Hope in his flrst NBC-TV special of 1974 when the NBC Television Network presents "The Bob Hope Special," Thursday, Jan. 24. The comed-variety special will marie the first dual appearance on TV of Hope and Sellers, although Sellers appeared in a motion picture, "The Road to Hong Kong," with Hope. William Hun enjoys role of Macdonald During a lull between takes of CBC-TVs National Dream series last summer, distinguished Canadian actor William Hutt was asked how he felt about his role as Canada's first prime minister. Sir Jdui A; Macdonald. Hutt was seated in a lawn-chair studying his lines for the next scene.-With his Sir John A. hairstyle and 1870s attire he bore a remarkable resemblance to the Father of Confederation. Hev pondered before replying: "Thwe are few If any legmdary figures in Canadian history," be observed, "and I suppose Sir John was as much or more a legend than anybody. Certainly his foresight about the unification of our country was incredibly accurate. The West mi^t have been lost if it werm't for the building of the CPR. "Macdonald was such an interesting character. He had all that charisma that Canadians and most of the western world are always searching for in leaders. He was a hi^y attractive character amonghispeers - a great political leader. a good family man, and he coulddrink with the best of them. Or better. Thou^ fortunately this didn't seen to detract fron his aUlity to govern. He just had . . . charisma. "I guess the thing I eqoy most about playing Sir John," continued Hutt, "is that his feelings about Canada strike a very responsive chord in my own feelings about my-country. I have been shamelessly, rdentlessly Canadian foir years. "Of course an actor takes a nA whenever he plays a historical character. There's so much biographical material available." Hutt, whose Shakespearean characterizations have excited audiences throughout North America and Europe, observed that in his view there is ctm-siderably less latitude for an actor portraying a well-known historical figure than there is in most Shakespearean char-, acterizations, or in fictional characters in drama generally. Saturday^ Jan. 19 Moniag I Farm News I Bugs Bunny 4:55 1 5:00) 5:30 a Yogi's ( . 6:00 a Scooby Doo a Super Friends 7:00 a My Favorite Martian a Lassie's Rescue Rangers 7:30 a Goober and the Ghost Chasers a Jeannie 8:00 a Speed Buggy a Brady Bunch 8:25 a Thought For The Day 8:30 a Tales of the Riverbank e University of the Air O Jessie and the Pussycats a Mission Magic 9:00 a Star Tl^ a Uncle Bobby a ABC Movie of the Week a Archies 9:30 a Archies Show a Jeannie a Fat Albert 10:00 a Buckshot a Flintstones a American Bandstand a Flintstones 10:30 a Waterville Gang a Bailey's Comets 11:00 a Yogi's Gang a Puppet People a Reach Out aTBA 11:30 a Fantastica a Goober and the Ghost Chasers a Pink Panther 12:00 a You Really Can a Inch High a Spiderman 12:30 a Nuts n Bolts n Things a Addam's Family a Pro Bowlers Tour a Safety Round Up 1:00 a Outdoor Sportsman a Emergency Plus Four a Wrestling 1:30 a Sports Digest a Butch Cassidy 2:00 a Commonwealth Games a Wrestling a Star Trek a Wide World of Sports 2:30 a The Jetsons 3:00 a Roller Derby 0 a Edinburgh Revisited a News a Reasooer Report 4:00 a Animal World a Curling Cbampiooships a Bamaby Jones a Star Trek 4:30 a Wide World of SporU 5:00 a Bugs Bunny a Lawrence Welk a Sonny and Cher 6:00 O News a NHL a Mary Tyler Moore a Partridge Family 6:10 a Oil Reinrt 6:30 a Kingo Bingo a Adam 12 a Movie: Skyway To Death 7:00 a Banjo Parlor a Movie: The Arrangement 7:30 a Police Surgeon 8:00 a The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau a Owen Marshall 8:30 a Singalong Jubilee 9:00 a EveiyOiing Goes a Movie: Jane Eyre a News 9:15 a Dean Martin 9:30 a News 10:00 a Carol Burnett 10:15 a News 10:30 a Sing a Good Song a Changing Times 10:45 a Roller Games 11:00 a News 11:15 a Provincial Affairs 11:20 a News a News 11:30 a Know Your Sports a Music Machine 12:00 a Movie: Pride and Passion a Double Bill: 1. Funeral in Berlin 2. Casanova (Part 1) ;