Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The UtHbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, July 21, 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, JULY 22 TO FRIDAY. JULY 28, 1972 LONG-RUN STARS lorne Greene (left) and Pefer Graves (rlghr) both have been involved in long-run television series. Neither regrets it 1oo much. Both have become millionaires from their respective series. They'd rather be on TV than in the jobless line HOLLYWOOD (AP) Lorne per cent of the Screen Actors Greene figured he'd give acting Guild would like a little confine- a try for about 10 years and merit now." then move on to producing. Graves, beginning his fifth He wanted a variety of expe- year on his show, said he has rience, and in the first six years little sympn'.ny for actors who after leaving Canada he ap- complain about boing trapped in series. "The most trying times in my career have always been the pe- peared in three Broadway plays, a dozen movies and number of television roles. "When Bonanza came along I riods of inactivity between as- got into it by the sheer circum- he said, stance of being there at the Other veteran series actors right Ire said. surveyed felt the same way. "I thought, well, you don't Milburn Stone has spent the last 17 of his 68 years playing no other role except Doc Adams on CBS' Gunsmoke. Last season he was off the show for 13 weeks because of a heart attack. "I'm going lo work as long as I feel good, and I'm feetinp bet- ter all the he said, "I don't ever want to retire. I've always said the only kind of a retired actor I'd to be is a dead actor." Teenage tragedy shown in series When CBC-TV's "Five Years in the Life" series profiled teen- agers Ray and Carol Hartley oE Vancouver several years ago they were the parents of a young son, striving to build a brighter future. Ray was study- ing at night school while work- ing days in a lumber mill Five Years recently revisit- ed the Hartleys to record how their lives have changed. The resultant, moving, film portrait of a teen-age marriage on the rocks will be telecast Monday .at p.m. on the CBC net- work. The filmed revisit shows that the Hartleys had a second son since the first television pro- grain. But other changes bave not been as happy, Carol and Ray separated sev- eral months ago. The boys, Ray Jr. and Jason, are living with Carol's mother. Ray is unem- ployed and says that in spite of his new freedom he's still not sure just what he wants to do. Carol is on welfare and lives with a friend while try- ing to readjust and chart a fu-. ture couuse for herself and her sons. Both parents express deep concern for the welfare and future of their children. Their mother visits or phones them daily and Hay sees them too, but says he feels guilty after each visit. Neilher Carol nov Ray blame the other for the breakup of their marriage. Each express- es the belief that both partners were partially to blame. "I regret having the chil- dren." says Ray, "in that they don't have a mother or a fatli- "I need time to ad- When this happens er living with them now I'm afraid for my children." Carol says she doesn't live with the children at the present because, just she says she'd like her boys to be able to enjoy many things that she could Dever afford. About Ray she says, "We spent sis years together: I would always care about Butcli "Carol was the only person I've ever felt any real emotion says Ray. "I don't think we'll ever be together not as a family. Maybe as friends." Tube star switches to big time In 1967 veteran Canadian comedy star Alan Young turn- ed his back on a successful, 40-year career in show busi- ness to work for Ms faith, Christian Science the "bfg as he terms it. Alau Young the Christian Scientist is the subject of a fascinating film profile on the CBC tele- vision series Of All People, Monday. July 31. at 10 p.m. The film wjs made in Connec- ticut and Massachusetts by former CBC producer Jolin Kennedy who now teaches film- malting and television at Yale. Ross McLean is producer of the summer series Of All Pe> pie. know how long it is going to run. We didn't think it would last long. The first scripts were Korner' a happy Thirteen years later, bom Greene still is playing George Kirby Special" Lazy the Poppy when they play On The Roof" and a an hour-short program the couple trapped rendition of the trans- "Wlicn Bonanza ran music, comedy, a hit "Where Evil improbable combination of "Dr. Jeckvl and years, and then five years, and the special Lighthouse turns it room lobby Hyde." .was past my 10 year George Kirby. George with "One Fine Momin.' call "The George Kirbjr said. "But it didn't make Kirby's Komer and, with guest Lainie Kazan, oE course, Kirby 's a comedy hour is not unhappy, I was at peace special sincerity, beauty with the also hosls the many, George Kirby is an all- that it is not a voice sLngs "For Once of George Kirby. entertainer, equally cap- To an actor, television but his fantasy as a of delighting audiences means steady work in a to call his own and is introduced proves his dexterity comedy, impressions and sion not noted for its comedian Joe fast-stepping routine with And "The George Kirby ence, and a successful believes, the sheriff of Steps, imitates tlie entertains with laugh- can make a performer to be kept, but to and George, of the zoo in "Child's music and touching por- Yet it also is the cause of That's what of Harlem, tangle on and surprises his of life. lot of grumbling by And that's just what street leading with a very George Kirby that it is a grind and too in "The George way to Harlem, the pilot of, a new weekly as George and proves his many in by a theatre hour show. "Half Tha "What's so bad about a share their talents in another skit, as a George, Che serious Kirbv Comedy asked Peter Graves of CBS' Mission: an hour of happiness in this repeat telecast July Japanese with a soliloquy this Fall on CTV. possible. "With the the musical side, George as Mr. Falstaffe, special may be pre- slump and high Mills Brothers sing and Eusan Jacks, of "My Fair on some stations for in Hollywood I know about 00 n standard "Up Family, show their Higgins, a sou Football. SIMPSONS-SEARS RECORD OF THE WEEK 'SCHOOL'S. OUT Alice Cooper WARNER BROS. RECORDS Q Retord Dept. HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. la p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 318.9231.