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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta a first stage performance Singing, dancing Rock LOS ANGELES (NBC) Rock Hvdson fa on Cloud 9 and reports Indicate he is not ex- peeled to return to earth for a white What has lifted the popular star of NBC Television Net- work's "McMillan and Wife" into the stratosphere is a stop' ring rote in his first stage per- formance tliftt happens to also be his first musical-comedy rote. For the first time in bia 2S- year career, Hudson la singing and dancing onstage in a limit- ed engagement as Carol Bur- nett's co-star in a West Coast production of "I Dot I a musical based on "The Four Poster Hudson finds himself involved In one of Ids most challenging rotes in the two-character two- act play, which tells the story of a married couple from youth to middle age. Production begins on ABC thriller HOLLYWOOD (ABC) Pio- dticliou has begun on Satan's School Girls, nn ABC Movie of tho Week thril'er star- ring Hoy Thinnes. Kate Jack- son, Pamela Franklin Jamie Smith Jackson. Lloyd Bochner and Jo Van Fleet The screenplay by A A ROBS deals with the terrify- ing experiences of a young lady who enrolls in a small, private girl's academy to in- vestigate events leading to the mysterious suicide of her younger sister, a student at the collego at the time of her death. He sings 1C songs, dances and even plays a saxophone (which he learned for the He is onstage all but seven minutes "This rote is such a com- plete departure for me that 1 find myself concentrating twice as he says. Hudson is working with one of the top dhectors in the busi- ness Cower Champion. "Cower, whom I've always wanted to work with, has been very patient. He's been so help- ful and so has Hudson notes. ROCK, I do...! FBI begins ninth season; new assistant for Erskine HOLLYWOOD (ABC) The FBI has begun produc for its ninth season on ttie ABC television network at Burbonk Studios in Burbank, Calif, Efrem Jr. stars aa Inspector Lewis Erskine, Philip Abbott as Arthur Ward, assistant to the bureau director, and Shelly Novack as ErskJno's now assistant, Agent Chris Daniels. Anne Francis, Zalman King, Jerry Houser and Jo Ann Har- ris guest-star in Kansom, the being filmed, in which Tish Lemaire (Jo Ann the stepdaughter of Ann Le- maire (Anne is kidnapped. MORTGAGE MONEY AVAILABLE! WE GIVE IT TO YOU IN WRITING interest rates can be prepaid at any time to 20 years to repay Call Now for Free Consultation MID-CITY MORTGAGE CO. LTD. 12653rd Avenua South lelhbridge, Alberta T1J OK2 BORROW NORMAN J. GltSMCCHT for confidential appointments call Out of town inquiries welcome EVENINGS AND WEEKENDS PHONE 328-0005 Any amount Any worthwhile mown to you, loans are confi- dentially In the privacy of your homo (paid for or No hidden coiti, total Intereit charam clearly stated on all contracts. "To pick 'I Do! I as his irst show is starting at the says Champion, one ol {roadway's most successful irectors. "It's incredible how ast he's learned and he's right there with Carol." In spite of losing 17 pounds, Hudson is ecstatic about doing a musical. "I tove he says. "I'm really having fun. Carol and are old friends and I can't hink of a nicer leading lady to make my stage debut with." For Rock Hudson, whose ca- reer was built on dramatic and ight comedk motion pictures, ils limited engagement in "1 Do! I Do is a milestone. THE PAUL HORN SHOW Freda Payne slngi "Band of Gold" and "Now That There's Yon" when she joins Paul Horn for a half hour of delightful musical (en- tertainment, Wedne sday, July 11 at p.m. on nel 13. Dailey laments The good old days of movie-making LOS ANGELES tNBC) They don't make movies the way they used to, Dan Dailey was saying. "They still make good films, but the fun has gone out of movie he said. "It's strictly business now and the >eople putting up the money ire very nervous because they can lose their shirts very easily. 'Before television the studios couldn't help but' make mon- said Dailey, who next fall will star on the NBC Television Network's "Faraday and Com- pany" on "NBC Wednesday Mystery 'The studios owned a big jercentage of the theaters and jaeh studio might have under contract 35 or 40 stars. They would grind out 60 movies a year, each with two or three of the stars in it and everybody made a lot of money. 'In those days people would say, 'Well, it's Saturday, let's go to the movies? It didn't even matter what was playing. They just went. Now, with television, people are much more selec- tive. "What I miss mostly is the friendly feeling the studios used to have. If you worked 11 years at a studio as I did at 20th-century Fox you got to know everybody and there was a great friendly feel- ing." Dailey says he doesn't par- ticularly enjoy seeing himself in old movies on TV these days. He gets no money for them. That's one reason, but not the only one. "When I see the real old ones I was young and dar- ling I cry a he said. Stride of Main Chance The immaculate, cool and ambitious lawyer tn CBC Television's Main Chance series, which begins a summer run Saturday, July 7, at 8 p.m., Is played by actor John Stride. R.W.Y. UPHOLSTERING PHONE 328-5257 ANYTIME ;