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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta May be most expensive on record Kenya site for new TV series Kenya What may be one of television's most expensive series is being filmed on the plains of complete with lions imported from the United States. Imported Coals to Kenya lions do have their but they've had to swallow it lest filming of the new Born Free series be delayed by the paws that do not refresh. Local lions are considered too so Columbia Pic- tures television producer Paul Radin brought nine which are used to cameras and Hollywood casting. The BoYn Free series is loosely based on Joy Adam- son's best-selling book about raising an orphaned lion Elsa. and returning it to the wild in the days before nyan when Joy's was a game warden. Trade sources say the cost record for a TV 000 per held by Universal's New York police Kojak. Radin says he's spending well over that yet the NBC network bought the show sight unseen. the first series ever done outside the continental United States without a Radin said. showed NBC directors a 10-minute film of cuttings from the original Born Free movie. days they bought the The which began film- ing here in is set for at least 13 weeks and is schedul- ed to appear Monday night on starting in September. Columbia officials say the program also has been sold to commercial TV networks in Australia and Trinidad. Radin expects that additional episodes will be ordered after the first batch. it stops after 13 we will have lost a he said. The feline star of the show is who portrayed Elsa in Living the movie se- quel to Born Free. The grand old cat of the cast is a 12-year veteran of filmdom. On the human Gary Collins plays George Adam- son. Diana Muldaur is Joy and Hal Frederick is their African assistant. Filming headquarters have been set up on the shore of Lake about an hour's drive from Nairobi. Many in the largely British crew worked Wednesday Night at the LEGION VIMY LOUNGE Music by... DAVE and GORDON Members and Invited Guests on one or both of the Born Free and Living including Radin. The video veldt troupe in- cludes a staff a safari leader who doubles as a pilot in scouting and Joy the series' script consultant. She approves the outlines of each episode and a slice of the profits from the show goes to the Elsa Wild Animal Fund she helped found. Columbia officials say the footage shot for each show is rushed two times each week to the Nairobi airport and flown to Hollywood for editing and scor- ing with music. Actress files for divorce LONDON British actress Susan Hampshire has filed for divorce from French film director Pierre Granier- Deferre. Granier-Deferre is not con- testing the court records showed. Miss a star in the British Broadcasting Corp.'s Forsythe was married to Granier-Deferre in 1967. HIGH HOPES FOR TOUR The Nash and Young reunion tour this sum- mer is expected to gross more than million. CAN EVERYONE The Auditorium Organ in Atlantic has the volume of 25 brass bands and a range of seven octaves. New TV lawyer Harry is TV's newest portraying a cocky and abrasive New Yorker who moves his practice to a Southwest cattle town in the series Newman is a New Yorker himself will's not particularly happy about having to move to lollywood for the production of the series. Carson returns to Tonight Show TV highlights WEDNESDAY CFL 8 Ch. 7. The Saskatchewan Roughriders meet the Stampeders in Calgary. MOVIE The Last Angry Ch. 11. A Brooklyn doctor gets involved in the lives of his patients. Pat Lynn Carlin. 90 1974. DOCUMENTARY National 8 Ch. 13. Haunted examines modern day buckaroos using their grandfathers' techniques to break horses. 60 min. ADVENTURE Mister Ch. 13. A dapper con man plots an intricate diamond swindle. Patrick Connie Herbert Lorn. 90 1970. MYSTERY The Sleeping Car Ch. 11. A taut whodunit directed by Costa Gravas and starring Yves Montand and Simone French 50 rnin. MOVIE As the Sea 12 Ch. 7. Sluggish tale of a seaman who gets involved in the feud between two Greek fishing villages. Cliff Maria Schell. 1 45 min. THURSDAY MOVIE Asylum for a Ch. p.m. A CIA agent is ordered to feign a breakdown in order to catch a spy at a mental hospital. Robert Stack. 90 min. MOUNTAIN DEW'S RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stat- ions. Any variation in program schedule is due to last- minute changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of Chinook Beverages Limited or The Leth- bridge Herald. golden B.C. Apricots ready now and deliciously good in so many fresh summertime ways. Try them any way you'd serve peaches. APRICOT COTTAGE CHEESE SALAD pit and peel fresh B.C. Apricots. Arrange crisp lettuce on salad mound cottage cheese on lettuce. Dip apricot halves in maraschino cherry juice and in circle around salad. Garnish with maraschino cherries and parsley. Try these quick apricot summer Alternate apricot halves with chunks of cooked ham and green pepper pieces on skewers to barbeque. Chop and fold apricots into sweetened whipped cream to top hot gingerbread. For extra flavour at try adding apricots to halibut steak or your favourite chicken stuffing. And be sure to preserve lots of B.C. Apricots for sunshine flavour your family will enjoy all year long. For your copy of our booklet on preserving and freezing all B.C. tree send your address and 254 in coin B.C. Tree Fruits Dept B.C. LOS ANGELES Johnny Carson has returned to The Tonight Show after a two- week absence caused by a back NBC announced. Carson fell off a slant board and injured his back while exercising at his home July a network spokesman said. The entertainer spent time in traction because there was nerve-tissue damage. Carson returned Monday night and is scheduled to work through Wednesday when Joey Bishop takes over during Carson's regular vacation. BUNKER BACK LOS ANGELES Carroll O'Connor will return to his role as Archie Bunker in CBS's All in the Family CBS said. O'Connor missed the first two shows for next season because of a contract dispute with the show's Tandem Productions. He is to deliver a one-line tag at the end of tonight's taping and should appear full time in the fourth show for the a spokesman for the actor said. O'Connor filed suit against Tandem in asking Los Angeles Superior Court to decide whether he had a valid contract. He also sought he said was due in back salary. Neither CBS nor O'Connor would say how the dispute was resolved. DIVORCE SOUGHT LOS ANGELES The wife of comedian Dan Rowan has sued the entertainer for citing irreconcilable differences. and the former Adriana van 32. were married June in Los Angeles. The marriage was the second for Rowan and the first for his wife. The two have no children. CHEC 1090 TV inventor deplores murder on tube LOS ANGELES Vladimir who in- vented the television picture tube 50 years says his fa- vorite part of a television set is the switch. celebrating his 85th birthday deplores the number of crime and murder stories on TV. broadcasting began to I hoped TV would be used for educational pur- especially so that dif- ferent cultures could learn to understand each Zworykin said Monday night. most of the times when I turn on the Zworykin lists wildlife shows political .debates and news programs as his favorite TV fare. The Russian-born inventor was working at Westinghouse Laboratories when he demon- strated the first workable TV model in 1923. the head of West- inghouse saw the first he said. 'Put that guy to work on something more Zworykin recalled. Zworykin still acts as a con- sultant to the RCA research centre in N.J. Rock group visa rejected HONG KONG Peking has turned down an application for visas by the Rolling guitarist Mick who joined the group three years said here today. who is here on holiday think they Chinese didn't want their youth turning out like the decadent deplorable youth of the HOTEL RED COACH LOUNGE Nightly for your Entertainment i KATHY DALE TAVERN WfelMfcl to 87-3111 Sweet Monday thr Friday 6 50 Farm News 7 30 News. Weather. Sports Wednesday 5 00 Probe 1220 fi-00 World al Six Thursday 6 00 CBC New. 7 lO News. 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