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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 ITV HIGHLIGHTS! FRIDAY VARIETY: Performers, p.m., Cli. 7. Guests include singers Brenda Wilson, Duane X, Wes and Linda and The Pennlngton Park. Host is Gordie Tapp. MOVIE WESTERN: The Plainsman, p.m., Cli. 13. A 1966 remake of the 1936 Cecil B. DeMille saga. Don Mur- ray, Guy Stockwell and Bradford Dillman. CRIME DRAMA: The D.A., p.m.. Ch. 13. A live- year-old case, involving a man accused ot murdering his Is re-opened. Robert Conrad, Harry Morgan. INTERVIEW: Pierre Bcrtan, p.m., Ch. 13 Canadian. Abby Hoffman talks about sports in Canada. MOVIE COMEDY: The Taming of the Slircw, Mid- night, Ch. 7. Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton romp through this production of Shakespeare's classic. MOVIE MELODRAMA: Jesse James Mfets Franken- stein's Paughlcr, a.m., Ch. 13. Jesse spurns the love nf Dr. Frankenstein's daughter. SATURDAY SPORTS SPECIAL: Soccer, 2 p.m., Ch. 7. England plays Scotland in Glasgow's Hampden Park. SPORT: World Championship Tennis, p.m., Ch. 13. Hodf Laver and Roy Emerson meet Jeff Borowiak and Terry Addison in a doubles match in Toronto. SPORTS SPECIAL: Golf: p.m. Ch. 7. Third round of the American Golf Classic. SPORTS: Wide World of Snorts, p.m., Ch. 13. This week harness racing, stock car racing and clifE diving. Ay PI A'C Radio TV HNbLUd "'tings Program! ere listed by the radio and television llalioni. Any variation in program ichedul> it due to loit- minuto changes by the stations and li not the respon- sibility af the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. FRIDAY NIGHT Dave King Jack Nculeld FRIDAY NIGHY t'.m World al Six John Walker Request Line John Charles CHEC Paul Tessit CHEC-FM CJOC SATURDAY News SATURDAY Bury! Clark Waynt Carry News Jack Thys Show Soccer Results MON. THRU SAT. Don Ma (.Master Concerts (Bob News Sporra News, Wlhr, Sporll News CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour Consie) Don MatMaster Don Hedman Sign Off CBR Radio 1010 Calgary FRIDAY NIGHT Bringing Back the Future News Wcalher end Par! ID Our Nalive Land Comedy Vancouver Family Favorites Opera Time The Scene Weather and Sport Scores ldenlllle.5 CLCC Broadcasts over Cablevision Ch. 7 Mondny thru Friday News Hourly Weather Half Hour p.m. Duane Meyers Major News Major News Major News Doug Gossen Dave Oberg John Malakofl Carol Sean Home' Run World at Six As II Happens Sign The Entertainers SATURDAY News, Sport, Wlhr. Eye Opener From Ihe Capitols Morning Concert Five Nights a Week Correspenls Lit ma People Notice Board Sing Sound of Strings Sole This Country This Summer Take a SONY PORTABLE TV On Your Camping Trip! All Sires ond 11" Portable TV's in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steleo ana fnotoy.taplilc 419 5th St. S. Phone 320-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) FRIDAY S.'M Truin or Consequences 5-30 Corner Pyle (c) Tcleprobe 7 AAyslery Movie Performers (c) Norman Corwin Tommy Hunler The Untouchables Spiderr News it) Teleprobe 7 Hey Tuxil Movie- Human Desire SATURDAY Fireball XL-S Marine Boy Scarlet Tumblewoed Water World Wrestling Goir TBA Bugs Bunny CFCN-TV Lelhbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) FRIDAY FBI Family Affair (c) News Hogan's Heroes News News tcj Pierre Bcrlnn Best Ihe Clock Movie: Jessie Story Theatre James Mecls The D.A. Movie: The Da uq hi or Plitlnsman SATURDAY Rocky and Frincds Underdog Sporls Digest Lacrosse AM Inslruclicn Tennis Wide World of Sporls News KRTV Grtat Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) FRIDAY Ntiws News (c) O'Hara (c) Movie: Monpn'l Bock. All in the Far Nlghl Gallery NIJVJS (c) Tonight Show SATURDAY CGF "Telecoursc Harlem Globetrotters (c) Hair Beir Bunch Pebbles illy Arenle sabrlna ____ Josla and Pussycati News Tho Monkees HL-S Haw You Are There Children's Film Ftslivfll {e) Baseball Bugs Bunny (c) Scoobey Ooo (c) Danger ]j My Business (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (CiblivUlon Ch. 11) FRIDAY Password News (c) News Movie: Fnr From Movlo: The Subterraneans SATURDAY News Jerry Lcwii The Madding Crowd i'.'M Rood Runner Odd Couple Funky Phenlom Love Anwlcin .lackfton Style (c) BewlichctJ Niwi LltftvlUi (c> Curiosity Shop Jonny Quest Lnnccioi Link American Rnndsland Roller Gomel Golf American Lee E Joan Water field NTERTAINMENT LYE E ii'iiiiiiiiiii 17 VERY o I (1 country cook knows thai a good soup improves with age. So it is that Peter Dugdano- vith, Hollywood's hottest new director, has kept a stock pot of the screwball comedies of the thirties simmering on the back burner of his memory to serve it up now in the brilliant- ly derivative "What's Up Doc." It's more froth than broth, it must be admitted, but the chef's hand is sure as he tosses in every ingredient that made such joyful smashes as "Theodora Goes "Noth- ing "Bringing Up Baby." Take one "square" boy (Ryan one "noodnick" girl (Barbra stir in the uptight fiancee, the suspicious clerk partner, the hilarious judge, add a soupcon of prat- falls, pie-in-the-face and the walking sheet of plate glass and garnish with a mal and merry chase that should write "finis" to what has become a stan- dard movie gimmick since its Keystone Kops birthing to its "French Connection" matura- tion. Bogdanovich is beautifully served by his writers Buck Holiday Inn Restaurant Cheers To A New Account Business luncheons, friend- ly meetings. Enjoy them more over a delicious meal "Daily Luncheon SPECIALS" NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT IN OUR TAVERN Henry, Robert Bcntoo and David NeiVman, less well by his stars. Ryan O'Neal is very pleasant but his metier is not comedy and Streisand, wonder- fully talented though she is, lacks that very special charm that was a part ot the great appeal of Carole Lombard. But this is nit-picking in the face of the outstanding sup- porting performances and the resulting 94 minutes of glorious fun. Bogdanovich willingly ack- nowledges his debt to direc- tors Howard Hawks, Frank Capra, Leo McCarey, and it is a tribute to him and his men- tors that he is so successful without being outrageously "campy." "What's Up Doc" offers ma- ture audiences a movie they might never have expected to see on the contemporary screen, for a younger genera- tion gagging on too many pretentious puddings served up in the name of social concern this dish is just what the doctor ordered. NOTE: "What's Up Doc" has a family rating. Would it not be possible to bring it from the College Cinema to the Para- mount for Saturday matinees? It's ideal movie fare for young- sters who are half-past Disney and Billy Jack! V Y CASA DEBUNKA: Is noth- ing sacred? How dare Woody Allen rob the aging (female) moviegoer of her memory of "thai the BogarUBerg- man Casablanca clinch that has warmed the heart these 30 years. But he does, the little devil, and with a fie on our fantasies imposes his own daydreams to a degree that has us rooting for this balding, big-eyed, some- what pathetic little man. "Play it Again, Sara" says Bogart (eerily played by Jerry (Lacy) and Allen hallucinates every Bogie movie up to and including the Mary Aslor kiss- off in the Maltese Falcon. It's a flight from reality that everyone has winged at some time and although the fabric of the movie is flimsy, Allen and Diane Kealoa arc so ap- pealing, the fun so outrageous, the soliloquies so enchanting that, in retrospect, it is real- ized "Sam" was a very satisfy- ing film indeed. While Woody Allen is Waller Mitty-ing it imaginatively in "Play It Again Sam" director Melville Shavelson (who also wrote the screen play) tangles with Thurber in "The War Be- tween Men and Women" with less than happy results. The world of James Thurber becomes maudlin in the movie, laboring under the elephantine pressure of a half-blind artist, a ready-made family of neuro- tics and the wife's ex-husband played in his usual wooden style by Jason Robards. Jack Lemmon and Barbara Harris are fine, far superior to their material and a favor- ite actor, Herb Edelman shows up in a delicious cameo. Edelman's appearances have in the main been limited to television but his talent removed to the bigger screen is one of the happier events of the year.