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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE. LETHBRIDGE HERALD January 28, 197S II. S. films top winners AVORIAZ; France (CP) United States films took ma- jor prizes at the third inter- national horror and science fiction film festival here, Agence France Presse reported Monday. Top prize went to Phantom of The by un- derground director Brian De Palma. The special prize of the jury, chaired by Roman Polanski, went to It's Alive, a film signed by Larry Cohen. Alan Pakula's Parallax View won the critics' prize. NOON HOUR SPECIAL 11 A.M. 2 P.M. Mayor Magrath A W Only Whistledog Wednesday (A W Hot Dog, Bacon Chee FRENCH FRIES MILKSHAKE 1607 Mayor Magrath Drive No trace of temperament Mannix is TV producer's dream By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NBA) One of the favorite conversational subjects at Hollywood parties is the behavior of stars. With great relish, the folks love to exchange the latest stories about the temperamental antics of this one or the scan- dalous escapades of that one. And then, invariably, somebody will say how lucky Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts are. And, if Goff or Roberta are present, they will roll their eyes heavan ward and agree. Goff and Roberta produce CBS' Mannix and they are deemed fortunate because their star is Mike Connors. And Connors is that rarity a star who seems totally devoid of any trace of annoying temperament and com- pletely without the need to get involved in scan- dal. There has never been an unkind word said about him by anybody' he works with. There have been attempts, since Mannix began, to trump up a feud between him and his on screen secretary, played by Gail Fisher, but they haven't worked. About the only problem around seems to be what will happen when that inevitable day comes and Mannix goes. Now that Raymond Burr's Ironside series has been axed, Mannix has become vulnerable It's been around eight years, which is ancient by current TV stan- dards. Connors admits he's thinking ahead. He says that if and when Mannix is cancelled, he'll probably take a year off "to recharge my batteries; to get a fresh outlook on my carrer." But he will undoubted- ly then do another series. He's too valuable a property for the TV moguls to let sit on the beach, even though he could probably afford to retire. And he admits that another series is highly probable. The only question seems to be what kind of a series, what sort of a character would he like to play? "I don't want to be either a doctor or a Connors says, "and certainly not another private eye. What's left? Teachers and politicians don't work on TV. Maybe a newspaperman if it's done well, that might work." A newspaper series never has been done well on TV but he's right it might work. And Connors is hand- some enough to be a newspaperman, perhaps. The problem for creators of TV series is MIKECONNORS just that what profes- sion to give the leading character. Connors put his. finger on the sore spot. "You he says, "if you take out law and order shows and situation comedies, there's not enough left on TV to fill three nights." Eight years of Mannix eight years of anything is enough to make most actors bored with the character they are playing. Mike Con- nors says he's still not bored with playing Joe Mannix and he says it is the chance to work with new and different peo- ple each week, that enables him to stay fresh and unbored. he says, "reacts different- ly when confronted by different people. Having new people on the show week after week allows me the luxury of a new and fresh reaction. As a human being, I get to meet new personalities and-new problems. And that keeps me fresh." Most of TV's current crop of shows allows the star to share the burden with others often as many as three or four other characters are regulars, thus spreading the work load. But Man- nix is alone (except for Miss Fisher) and, thus, the work load is almost entirely on Connors' shoulders. He gets up every mor- ning, when he's shooting, at and it's a rare day when he's home before eight in the evening. He admits that he is physically tired. Besides the acting, he does most of his own stunts. He estimated that between 80 and 85 per.cent of what we see on the screen he does himself. 1975 CANADA WINTER GAMES EVENT TICKETS Tickets To All Events Available At: WINTER GAMES TICKET and INFORMATION CENTRE (Old Lethbridge Public Library Building) DOWNTOWN LETHBRIDGE 3rd Ave., 6th St. S. the following VENUE SITES BLAIflMORE _ Simpsons Stirs Silts Offlta BOW ISLAND Southtrn AUnrti Co-Op CARDSTON Mayan Man's Waar CIARESHOIM Will's Shots COALDALE Coildlll Sportitlax FORT MACLEOD Fort Midud Anni TABER Taoar Rtcrtltlon Offlct PICTURE BUTTE FMchan Miyfilr Food! STANDOFF Blood Tribe Administration Qfflci MAGRATH-Mnnth Tnding Company PINCHED CREEK-Hloas Pharmacy, Pinchtr Croak CoOp, Boflinc Dopartmont Slort PLEASE NOTE: Tickets in these, location! available only lor those events being held at a venue site in that town. ON SALE BEGINNING MONDAY, JANUARY 13TH! At Various Locations Throughout Southern Alberta OR CLIP AND MAIL THIS CONVENIENT TICKET ORDER FORM! Session No....... x S5.00 (Opening Ceremonies) Total No. No. No. No.. No. .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 x SI.50 x 1.50 x 1.50 x 1.50 x 1.50 x S2.00 x 2.00 x 2.00 x 2.00 x 2.00 Certified Cheque, Money Order or Gilt Certificate Enclosed For MASTER CHARGE No, NAME (Please STREET................................................ CITY....................................... PROVINCE Mail To: IVINT TICKITS, 1875 JIUX CANADA OAMIS P.O. LITHMIDQI.ALBIRTA POSTAL CODE.... SIGNATURE 1 PLEASE ORDER TICKETS BY SESSION NUMBER (Only a Limited Number of tickets Available for each Session on a first come, first serve 1975 CANADA WINTER GAMES SCHEDULE OF EVENTS v 9PQHT UNIVERSITY OF LETHBHIDQE CARDSTON HIGH SCHOOL MAGRATH HIGH SCHOOL PICTUfli 6UTTE HIGH SCHOOL RAYMOND HIGH SCHOOL LETHBRIO3E SPOHTSPi.EX UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRItGE CLAHESHOLM HIGH SCHOOL LETHBHIDGE EXHIBITION PAV. COALDALESPORTSPLEX FORT MACLEOD CURLING CLUB LETHBHIDQE CURLING CLUB PIMM ftKATIIM LETHBRIDGE LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION MOCKIV PINCHER CREEK ARENA LETHBHIDGE SPORTSPLEX STANDOFF KAINAI CENTRE TA3ER ____ Ml 1 1 JUDO LETH, WINSTON IKIIM WESTCASTLE MIJUmMPHt MIHUTIM SPOHTSPLEX OVAL ITlrCHPtMHllO SWIMMIM LETHBRIDGE SIWIK TABU TABER W.R. MYERS VQUIYUU BLAIRMORE HIGH SCHOOL UNIVERSITY OF LCTHBRIDGE LETH. WILSON JR. WIMiHTLirrWM BOW ISLAND HIGH SCHOOL LETH. -YATES WMWrUWa CARDSTON HIGH LETHBRIDGE SPORTSPLEX OPENING CEREMONIES LETHMIDGE SPORTSPIEX TUESDAY, FEB. 1 1 Per Parson StttiM Nl. 255-RNAl HOCKEY EVENT AND CLOSING CODE: A-Afternoon Evening Final 1.50 1.M 1 Exchangt on 1 Tfckttat PRICES: Evening 1-M FINAL 2.00 m. IT TUU. nm. it TV highlights TUESDAY CARTOON SPECIAL: Peanuts, 6 p.m., Ch. 9. "Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown" has the Peanuts gang with their hearts aflutter on Valentine's Day. CRIME-DRAMA: Hawaii Five-0, p.m., Ch. 13. Jack Lord and James MacArthur star as the witness of the murder of a powerful financier is too frightened to give away the killer's identity. COMEDY: Funny Farm, p.m., Ch. 13. Blake Emmons is joined by Penny DeHaven and Professor Irwin Corey CRIME-DRAMA: Police Story, p.m., Ch. 7 and 9 p.m., Ch. 9. Robert Culp and Wayne Mauder star as threats are made on the only eyewitness to a Chinatown robbery. MEDICAL DRAMA: p.m., Ch. 13 and 9 p.m., Ch. 11. Robert Young and James Brolin must cope with a tennis pro who may have cancer, believed to be caused by x-ray treatment she underwent-as an infant. DOCUMENTARY: Maclear, p.m., Ch. 13. Defence production history .of Canada and the United States has Michael Maclear examining how this situation has affected Canada's economy. WEDNESDAY CURRENT EVENTS: Take 30, p.m., Ch. 7. "The Baby Trap" observes International Women's Year and is discussed by the author Ellen Peck. 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