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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, January 25, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Big break for young actress LOS ANGLES (AP) Actress' Ann-Margaret will substitute this week for two famous figures who were im- portant influences on her career. She stars in an NBC special, 'Ann-Margaret Olsson, appear- ing in the time slot originally scheduled for Jack Benny's annual show. Benny, who died Dec. 26, gave her one of her earliest breaks in show business. After seeing her in the night club act of his friend, George Burns, Benny featured her on his television show. On Sunday, Ann-Margaret returns with her show to Las Vegas, Nev. filling in for Elvis Presley. They co-starred in a Im. Viva Las Vegas. Children film theatre started R.A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Suite 8 304 St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridge By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NBA) This is the sophomore year for Ely arid Edie Landau's American Film Theatre. Whether or not the program goes on to graduation depends largely on, how it does this year. Last year, its freshman year, was experimental. And, Landau says, it was a critical success but not a financial one. "We have not yet he says, "that subscription movie going is a viable finan- cial concept. The acceptance was good but not huge." There were eight in the first season's schedule, but only five this year, including "The Man In the Glass "The Maids" and "Jacques Brel." What's happened to last season's eight films? Landau says they've gone back into the vaults and that's where they'll stay. "All the pictures had four Landau says. "I made a semicornmitment MINUS ONE CLUB DANCE POLISH HALL, 8th Ave. 13 St. North SATURDAY, Jan. 25-9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music by the "PRAIRIE RAMBLERS" Members and invited guests. For information call 327-0310 or 327-8739 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "CASTAWAY COWBOYS" Starring James Garner. Saturday, January 25 shows at and p.m. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "DIRTY MARY CRAZY LARRY" Saturday, January 25 shows at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUIT- ABLE FOR CHILDREN. "THE LAUGHING POLICE- MAN" Sunday, January 26 show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. TABER Tower Theatre "THE THREE MUSKETEERS" Starring Raquel Welch, Saturday, January 25. Shows at and p.m. ADULT. _________________________ 747 JUMBO SIGHTSEEING CRUISER WITH STEWARDESS Las Vegas Special Feb. 9-7 days AS LOW AS Wlnlir Fun Las Vegas, Reno, Palm Springs. Feb. 11, March 13th, 11 flays AS LOW AS Canada Winter Games Holiday, Disnayland, Palm Springs, Us VBgaS Tolir. Reno, San Francisco, Fisherman's Wharf, Hollywood, Universal Studios, Knotts Berry Farm. Feb. 8th. 14 days. ............................j................ AS LOW AS Canada Winter Games San Tijuana, Disneyland, Holiday luur. Feb. 8th 23rd, 16 days. Reno, San Francisco, Fisherman's Wharf, Bollywood, Knotts Berry Farm. 2 days in Disneyland, 2 days In San Diego. Shopping tour of Tijuana, Mexico, 2 days in Palm Springs. 2 days in Las Vegas. As low as HMEMBffl... OTY SCHOOLS ME OUT fromfeb. 7th to Feo. 25ft Winter Gimos Holiday, Wlnlir Fun Fling. Fob. n-n days, Vegas. Reno, Palm Springs ..............AS LOW Florida Disoiy World, Washington D.C. Taur. Washington D.C. Cape Kennedy Space Centre. Cocoa Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Miami Besch. Nassau in the Bahamas. Walt Disney World, Pensacola, San Antonio. El Paso, Juarez Mexico, Phoenix, Las Vegas. Feb. 24th, 24 days........................... AS LOW AS Fanners' and Handlers' Tour. (TO Idaho, Nevada. California, Reno. Francisco. Hollywood, Las Vegas aboard the 747 Jumbo Sightseeing Cruiser of Northern Bus. San Diego, Mazatlan, Acapglco, Puerto Vallarto aboard the luxury P S C Princess Cruise Ship. 20 day tours. Escorted by Steve and Cathy Kotch. Feb. 24th. Twin as low as................................ Co-sponsored by Northern Tours and Thomas Cook World Travel Service. Limited amount of space per tour. Canada Winter Games Wml-Hwn IWidiy tour Feb. 28th 16 days. Reno, San Francisco, Fishermans Wharf, Knotts Berry Farm. Hollywood. Disneyland, San Diego, Tijuana Mexico. Palm Springs. Las Disniyland, San Dingo. Tijuana, las Von Tour. Reno, san Fran- cisco, Fisherman's Wharf, Hollywood, Universal Studios, Knotts Berry Farm, Palm Springs. March 1st. 16 days..... AS LOW AS Las Vegas Special- March days ___ AS LOW AS Florida, Disney World, Washington, D.C. Twr. Washington, D.C., Cape Kennedy Space Centre, (Jocoa Beach. Fort Lauderdale. Miami Beach. Nassau in the Bahamas, Walt Disney World. Pensacola. San Antonio. El Paso. Juarez Mexico, Phoenix, Las Vegas. Mar.17-24days ASLOWAS Easter Holiday Golf S Gamble Special. Las Vegas, palm Springs. March 28th 9 days............ AS LOW AS EiSlar Holiday Reno, San Francisco, Fisherman's Disneyland, Hollywood, Universal Studios, Las Vegas, March 27th. .11 days...............'........................ AS LOW AS Combination. Luxury Motor Coach and Steamship Cruises to Mexico and Hawaii. SEVEMl NEW JUMIO 747 SIGHTSEEING CRUISER HOW IN OPERATION IN NORTHERN'S FLEET "World's Only Airline Service On The Ground" NORTHERN BUS TOURS (EXOTIC INTERNATIONAL TOURS) College Mall Phone THOMAS TRAVEL-LETHBRIDQE Phono 329-3336 that they would be re-released every three years. The negative is real estate to me. "Ultimately, we will rent it out to TV, finally. First is the subscription showing. Then general release. Then schools and colleges. Then foreign release. And only after all that will we rent it to The Landaus are currently embarking on another major project which they call Children's Film Theatre. They are making JO films for children from ages 7 to 11. These are all new stories no classics, no fairy tales and Edie Landau says these will be sold via credit cards in theatres. It used to be that men's fashion was virtually dictated by Hollywood. No more. John Weitz, the New York expert whose latest book is "Man In says, flatly, "The film business has finished fashion." He believes that today the models most young American men follow are not actors but basketball and tennis players. "There's nobody on TV who is a model the public wants to he says. "Everybody on TV is a policeman." As for movies with fashionable figures "There's not been a single movie about a fashionable man since Gary Grant's Weitz says. Nevertheless, he admits that kids follow movie trends. He says that when "Easy Rider" came out, "thousands of kids transformed their hair- dos and started riding motor- cycles." But the public dresses like its heroes and today its heroes are football players. "They are the prime Weitz says. "They have no background but lots of money. They feel Secure the security of the crude." ELY AND EDDIE LANDAU London theatre conditions bleak TORONTO John Gielgud, British film and theatre actor, director and producer, says theatre con- ditions in London are becom- ing bleak, with heavy security and adverse political and financial conditions. "What with all the bom- bings, the theatre situation is Sir John said in an in- terview. "I was frisked when I went to see What Every Woman Knows the other night." film ruled out by academy HOLLYWOOD (Reuter) The Academy of Motion Pic- ture Arts and Sciences has again ruled that Ingmar Bergman's Scenes from a Marriage is not eligible for this year's Academy Awards despite appeals from Hollywood's leading actresses and directors. The 36-member board of the academy met Wednesday night and decided to stick by their ruling that as the Swedish film was first releas- "GOOD NEWS" MISSION POSSIBLE IN CHRIST EVERY THURSDAY P.M. CABLE CHANNEL 2 FULL GOSPEL BUSINESSMEN'S FELLOWSHIP For More Information Call FRANK TINORDI al 327 3478 GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE Sat.. Jan. 25th p.m. Music by "FIORINO" (The Good, The Bad and The Ugly" Members and Invited Guests Only! ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won (No Number Limit) IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit Purchased) PAYS DOUBLE No one under 16 years allowed PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Saturday, January PLAYBOYS" Ice Follies founder dies PALO ALTO, Calif. (AP) Roy Shipstad, who helped found the travelling Shipstads and Johnson Ice Follies, died here following a lengthy ill- ness. He was 64. He, his brother, Eddie, and their boyhood friend, Oscar Johnson, parlayed a love of ice skating, into a travelling ice show which was to draw raves, and 100 million spec- tators. A ctress dies COPENHAGEN (Reuter) Clara Pontopiidan, 91, Den- mark's foremost actress who performed with the Royal Theatre well into her 80s, died here Wednesday night friends reported Friday. Show Times LABOR CLUB WEEKLY BINGO Every Monday 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 55 Numbers 10th Game Blackout In 56 Numbers ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH 11 Games Prizi Money Entry Card All Wood Cards 50c CMWwi Umter 16 Nol Allowrt Bingo will alto played in club room for mtmbart and ttMlr invitad guitts. Muaic Friday and Saturday Banqual Facilitiaa Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. Relax In air conditioned comfort Saturday and Sunday PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects: AIRPORT 75: LAST COMPLETE ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects: THE DOVE; 9.55 LAST COMPLETE SHOW: ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects: WHERE THE RED FERN GROWS: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: SUNDAY: Matinee: Evening: FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT Ex-Calgary football star making his way as actor Sir John said theatre audiences have dwindled because of the Irish Republican Army bombings. He said the Royal Shakespeare Company's Memorial Theatre in Stratford-on-Avon is in need of new heating equipment and the National Theatre in London still is unable to open and operate its new building because of the desperate financial situation faced by theatres in England. ed on Swedish television in 1973 it is not eligible for the 1974 awards. Thirteen actresses, in- cluding Elizabeth Taylor, Glenda Jackson, Ingrid Bergman and Gena Rowlands, placed avertisements in the New York Times and Los Angeles Times last week ask- ing the academy board to reconsider. Then a group'of Hollywood directors, headed by The God- father director Francis Ford Coppola, took out a similar advertisement. KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) The Italian Film industry transformed American actors Charles Bronson and Clint Eastwood from a week bit-part players to superstars commanding a million dollars per picture. For Woody Strode, the in- ternational film market has not been that lucrative but the 63-year-old actor has carved out his own spot in the world of overseas action films and spaghetti westerns. Strode has fought, ridden, talked and punched his way through enough adventure stories to bank about a year for his efforts. A former professional wrestler, the 6-foot-4 Strode attended college at UCLA, played pro football in Canada for the Calgary Stampeders and wrestled professionally for nine years. Director John Ford gave Strode his first chance in films in 1958. "Mr. Ford told me, 'you know, Woody, it's pretty rough to make a star out of you, but I'm going to make you a character actor and you'll make some recalled Strode, in this area filming "Winterhawk." Strode's film career began in "Sergeant Rutledge." Then came "The Last "The man Who Shot Liberty "Seven "The "Rachel Cade" and others. The work was steady, the paycheques not huge. Then. Strode got into a British film with Sean Connery and Brigitte Bardot. "I was playing an Apache and I was riding .across the plains with a hundred gypsies they play Indians overseas." An Italian filmmaker caught Strode's act and offered him for one picture. "I moverl to Rome and real- ly started making money for the first Strode recalls. Strode, whose muscular body resembles that of a well-conditioned athlete in early middle-age, is proud that he is a physical actor who does 'all his own stunts. Citizens of the United States don't realize the extent of the world film market, Strode says. He says audiences in Italy, Germany, Hong Kong and Japan all dote on the myth of the American dream. Westerns are big. "In Ger- many they, have blue-eyed In- dians, they don't Strode says. To Strode, action in movies is more important than messages. He has played blacks, Chinese, Indians and other nationalities. He says there are some limitations on a black actor in the overseas market. "A black picture would not sell overseas. I cannot get 'whitey' overseas, if you know what I mean. I can be the bad guy and I can come in and steal the mansion and rip off the gold, they understand that." Strode, before coming to this country for finished an Italian picture with Ursula Andress. He plays the head of the mafia while the rest of the mob is white. "I was the boss, color meant nothing; I was a bad guy and that was all. "I don't think I could get that type of role in the United Strode says. Strode says the "white good guy image" of movies is an ego trip for the white male establishment. "When I'm in Italy they make me the bad guy. The Italians like to be good people. "But what the hell, I'm there to earn a dollar and I'd rather be a villain on the world market anyway." Strode keeps his physical tone by jogging, horseback riding and daily exercise. Before returning to Italy, he plans to film a western in the United States. He says the movie will be his first real starring role. Military bands on the way out OTTAWA (CP) A sour note has appeared in the Arm- ed Forces progress toward normality. As a cost-saving gesture, the regular force bands at Kingston, Ont., Gagetown, N.B., Calgary and Montreal, appear to be on the way out. Defence Minister James Richardson doesn't like the idea and he is looking for other ways to save money. But, under plans announced last week by J. A. Dextraze, chief of defence staff, the bands are gradually on the way out, at a saving of about million a year. The cut to five from nine bands means that there will be one regular forces band in each region of the country. There also are 66 reserve bands and 39 authorized volunteer those form- ed by members of the regular receive some financial assistance from the defence department. The five bands to disappear are the Air Transport Com- mand Band in Kingston, the Royal Canadian Regiment band in Gagetown, the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry band in Calgary and the Royal Cana- dian Artillery band in Montreal. Left will be the Canadian Forces Stadacona band in Halifax, La Musique du Royal 22e Regiment of Quebec City, the Canadian Forces central band in Ottawa, Training Command band in Winnipeg and the Canadian Forces Naden band in Equimalt, B.C. The band establishment will be reduced to 305 persons from 465. The defence depart- ment says that that does not mean all the bandsmen in the four bands being dropped will have to leave. All bandsmen in the country will be asked what they want to do and some, who have been in the forces for 25 years, are expected to take early retirement. Bandsmen also could seek other work in the forces. The elimination of the five bands is one of several moves the forces are expected to be making in the next while as they reduce establishment to fit a cut in man- power. The elimination will be gradual and won't come until all bandsmen are interviewed. paramount! 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