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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE 4 W o o HOLLYWOOD, Calif. R seemed like there were a mil- ion people around when the New York publishers, Grossett and Dunlap, tossed a cocktail >arty for Norman Mailer and tis upcoming book, "Marilyn." That's the one in which Mailer s supposed to make some start- ling claims about Marilyn Mon- roe's death, that it wasn't a suicide at all, but murder with high-level implications. At the party I talked to Milton 70 90 SO 10 K3 Ol CJ O A c c K3 O KJ o C C C 00 3 o STAR GAZING NORMAN MAILER MARILYN MONROE By DICK KIEINER Greene, the photographer who played such a big part in Mar- ilyn's life. Ordinarily, he won't talk about her. Maybe ft was the display of bis pictures which turned him on because this time he did discuss Marilyn. He said that neither Joe Di- Maggio nor Arthur Miller, two of her husbands, was Oie big love in'her life. Who was? He wouldn't say but rolled bis eyes upwards. By and large, he said, Mailer's book he has read an advance copy is true. He hinted broadly that there was, indeed, something untold about her death. "The autopsy didn't reveal any trace of sleeping he said. "Doesn't that tell you At tiie same party, I ran into Frank McCarthy, the man who produced "Patton" and who will do the film biography of Douglas MacArthur. McCarthy told me he and his two writers had completed 450 pages of notes, after reading 69 books. Then came the strike. He wrote this note to his writ- ers: "I know you can't write but please think." McCarthy said he won't think casting the title role un- til after the script is written and he knows the kind of actor he wants. Flip VFilson's son, an enter- prising Il-year-o5d, was elected president of his school class. Flip thinks the kid has the makings of a politician. He won largely on the basis df a cam- paign promise to hiring the class candy every day. Flip figured he'd be stuck as the supplier. "Don't worry, the boy said. "We'll do it a few days and that'll be enough." -from Hollywood Monday, July 23 (B O O ID O B IB B CZ) B IB ID fD Movie: Fathom Another World Let's Make a Deal General Hospital New Match Game One Life to Live Klara's Korner Days of Our ives Galloping Gourmet Eye Bet Secret Storm Joan Waterfield Mike Douglas Somerset Dinah's Place Three On A Match Another World 30 IB r7! Dating Game What's the Good Word Edge of Night Split Second Joker's Wild Family Court Anything You Can Do Bewitched Buckshot Drop In News Star Trek Hollywood Squares News Password News CJOC News News News B Dick Van Dyke News OB Truth or Oousequenow B Outdoor Living Bridget! Loves Bernie Beat the Clock B IB fB fj) Tom Laughlin, the baron of "Billy thinks that more people have seen his movie more times than any other in Ilm history. Surveys have shown, he says, that thousands of people have been "BiUy Jack" four, five and six tunes. Because of that, he says he doubts that he will sell it to television in the foreseeable fu- rore. He says he plans to treat it like a "Mary Poppins" or a "Sound of Music." "We'll put it on the he says, "and then bring it back every so often." There's more Jack than Billy in "Billy Jack." (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) Rookies Doris Day Wildlife Unlimited B Movie: I Love a Mystery B Inside Canada IB Rollin' B Partridge Family ID Movie: Man Trap IB Sanford and Son B Cannon IB Medical Centre B Here's Lucy B This is the Law IB Pig and Whistle B Doris Day a V.I.P. ID News BNewa IB Ironside B Tonight Show ID Movie: An American in Paris ?ft IB News News (7) CJOC News Pierre Berton B Crossfire IB Merv Griffin B David Pakistan president meets press Preident Zulfikar All Bhutto of Pakistan, making a state visit to the United States, will be the guest on Meet the Press Sunday, July 22. Hie program will be taped in New York City on Friday. Interviewing President Bhut- to will be Norman Cousins of World Magazine, John B. Oakes of the New York Times, Pauline Frederick of NBC News, and a fourth panelist to be announced. The moderator of the pro- gram will be announced. TOUR RESUMES The Globe Theatre School Tour recently began i's winter and spring tour of Saskatche- wan schools. Male dancers join Follies Four boy dancers have been signed by producer-director Bob Wynn to join 12 girl dancers as regulars on the NBC Television Network's new fall series, -NBC Follies. Miss America show Sept. 8 Vonda Van Dyke, who will co-host the 53rd annual Miss America Pageant on NBC-TV Sept. 8, has a nightclub act during which she sketches a member of the audience while singing. "Drawing and singing at die same time is like pat- ting your head while rubbing your she says. "The reaction has been tremendous. They love taking home their portraits as a souvenir." No problem to research Norman Fell, star of NBC- TV's new fall series, Needles and Pins, has no problem re- searching for his role as owner of a dress manufacturing plant in New York's garment in- dustry. He says: "One of my best friends owns such firms both in New York and Los The four, selected by Follies choreographer Carl Jablonski, sport credits ranging from Broadway to the Lido de Paris in France, from TV series and specials to motion pictures. The lads are Randy Doney, Charles Moore, Alton Ruff and Jerry Trent. Randy was one of The Four Fellows backing Mitzi Gaynor in her nightclub act and TV specials. He ateo danced in My Fair Lady and the musical ver- sion of Anastasia on Broadway and in the movies Mame and Black Bart, plus several TV series. TEACHER Charles, recently on the Carol Burnett and Pearl Bailey. TV series, danced abroad for 18 months with the Gdo de Paris show, and for a year each with a European revue and Miss Bailey's road show. He also teaches ballet and jazz in a Hollywood studio. Alton is another of The Four fellows with Miss Gaynor, and another who danced in Mame. His TV series credits include the Garry Moore, Red SKelton, Dean Martin and Carol Burnett shows. Jerry's credits include the movies Hello Dolly, Sweet Char- ity and Mame, the TV hows of Julie Andrews, Misses Burnett and Bailey, plus Debbie Rey- nolds and Dean Martin. He also backed Joey Heatiherton in her nightclub act. NBC Follies will premiere in the fall. Guests During photo gallery ses- sion, someone asked who would be the guest stars on NBC TV's fall special, A Couple of Dons, pairing come- dians Don Adams and Don Rickles. Each Don immediate- ly pointed to the other. Friends Wynn Irwin, of NBC-TV's new Lotsa Luck series, and Jim Watkins, of the network's upcoming The Magician, both drove cabs in New York be- tween jobs. They became friends and talked about mak- ing it in .a series .someday. 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