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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY .MOVIE: .Mv Illuoil Huns Cold, (i p.m.. Cli. 9: Joey Jleuth- erton Troy Donahue slur in a rerun about a young man who believes lie and a girl arc reincarnations of former lovers. SPECIAL: JiMinicy Inlo Summer, 7 p.m., Cli. 13: A milc journey through a Norlh American summer is coupled will) a plea for conservation. COMEDY: Liitijjh-ln, 8 p.m., Cli. 7: Carol Channing and Tiny Tim sing Wanting You in a rerun of Uic never-to-be wedding of Gladys (Kuth Buzzi) and the dirty old man (Arte MOVIE: Any Second Now, 8 p.m., Ch. 13: A man tries to kill his wife before she divorces him because of an adul- terous entanglement. With Stewart Granger and Dana Wyn- ler. MOVIK: .Silencer's Mountain. !l p.m., Cli. 7: A 1983 folk tale about a Wyoming couple and their struggle to raise nine children. Stars Henry Fonda and Maureen O'Hara. MOVIE: Rosemary, p.m.. Ch. 7: A 1953 German film in which a call-girl wangles industrial secrets Irom busi- ness tycoons. With Nadja Tiller. MOVIE: Zorro, tlie Avenger. HMO p.m., Cli. 13: Zorro (Frank Latimore) stages daring raids to free California of tyranny. SATUItUAY SPOUTS: Liasoliall, a.m., Ch. 9: The San Francisco Giants meet the Chicago Cubs. NATURE: Animal World, a.m., Ch. 13: Cameras film a Mor.iana bison roundup and dramatize the slaughter which has almost reduced the animal to extinction. SPORTS: Dclmont Slakes, 2 p.m., Cli. 7: The 101st run- ning of the Bclmont at the llz-mile track in New York. NEWS: Trooping the Color, 5 p.m., Cli. 7: Coverage of tlie official disbandment ceremonies of the Royal Canadian Guards. oan (Ooivmati Near the conclusion of The Majjic Christian, Sir Guy Grand (1'eler Sellars) orciers a mix- ture vt blood and other un- .speukabie organic substances to at remodelled cars, test drag-strippers and jet-propell- ed aulos, but for those who think a car is something you steer, put gas into and lose y, June 5, THE LE1HBRIDGE HtHAlD money on, Hot Hod Action is 73 minutes of boredom. of technical terms i be poured into a huge vat view of the London public. Sir Guy throws money into the soup, churns it about with j exhaust llungamecs, body a paddle and then stands back nots, and tire doodads the to see if men are greedy enough j film is definitely not for the to in. j amateur. The cars make such a 1'hcy are._But it a measure i racket, you can't even get to CJOC Tit- News on Ihe Hour Wthr., Sporls on the Half Hour FRIDAY NIGHT World at Six Market Report Paul Tividar Rob Ingram Terry Lumsden SATURDAY Jim Elliott News, Weather CBC News ctiurcn Bulletin A- CHEC Wayne Barry News Farm Dtgesl Jack Thys Show Cross Country News News on ihe Hour Wthr., Sports on the Haif Hour FRIDAY MIGHT a.m. John David Farm News, Slocks Horn Dinner .Showcase CHEC FM News Bock to the Bible CHEC FM Voice of China Sport Report World Tomorrow p.m. The Ben Pedersnn Side CHEC-FM Chuck Holiday News fifteen minutes to p.m. CHEC FM the hour. Sport Report Monday thru Friday a.m. Shawn a.m. Tom Mitchell Kelley a.m. CHEC FM SATURDAY Sport Report inutes News fifteen rr to the horn a.m. Torn Mitchell a.m. CHEC-FM Sport Report a.m. John David CHEC-FM News CHEC-FM Sport Report p.m. Chuck Holiday a.m. Shawn Kelley Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour FRIDAY NIGHT Tempo World ar Six Supplement Making It Music From Movies Radio Free Friday Eye Opener Five Nights a News, Sports Week Theatre Morning Concert Let the People Sing o 11 Sounds Like Europe 9'15 Alarm Clock Music Past Mid- Action Set night Hiqh Noon SATURDAY Counlry Sound of Britau High Country Rev. Bill Porfman Fred Dobbs Show SLEEPER LOUNGES A Chesterfield by Day and a Comfortable Bed for Night In Assorted Fabrics and Colors. SPECIAL ONLY CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4lh Ave.-5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 of this movie, seen this week a the Paramount Theatre, that it should have been tossed into the stuff too. The Magic Christian, based on novel by Terry Southern, is a crusted chalice of ugliness and misanthropy. Sir Guy, a business tycoon, decides to repay a pompous Bri- tish upper middle and related sods, with his own brand of comeuppance. He and his adopted son (Kin- go Starr (overpay a working man, send a stuffed shirt to the funny farm and, as only the Bri- tish can, gull two rich lambs from Texas. But somewhere along the way. 1 the movie becomes a treatise mi what men will do for money. The treatment is unpalatable in the extreme, with nsne cf the savage wit shown by such a mankind- hater as Jonathan Swift. A constable eats a parking ticket; an art gallery attendant sweats out the cutting up of a valuable picture; a racist has homosexual advances made to him by a massive black. The film tries for some equal- ity by satirizing the life cf Sir Guy, but it ain't enough, guys. Scllars still has touches about aim of a fine comic, but the Magic Christian is one in a long sleep. TEEVEE: Tlie Emmy Awards will be given out Sunday at 6 p.m. on Channel 11. The awards are not noted for their helievability. Last year some of the winners were Bar- bara Bain, Martin Landau, Hope Langc and Don Adams. These people and-or their shows, plus other winning entries, have eith- er disappeared or will do so this year. However, hope springs eter- nal, and here's a listing of per- sonal selections of the best tele- vision programs in tlie 1969-70 season. NEW S E li 1 E S: THE BIG BAND IN CONCERT Sunday, June 7fh--2.30 p.m. Yates Memorial Centre Tickets ot Leisters or at the door 1.00 each sponsored by ladies' Aux. to St.Michael's Hospital GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB 9th Ave. and 6th St. N. 6-8.30 p.m. Music by JACK BLECH HALL IS AIR CONDITIONED MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS line of misjudged vehicles. Starr :reats his role with the indif- 'erence it deserves: he acts throughout as if he were wait- ng for the movie to start. Raquel Welch appears brief- y (in more ways than one) as sadistic mistress of galley slaves. She lashes a whip well. Now if she could just acquire some aptitude for the English language The best piece of work is turned in by Dennie Price, that eternal upper-class loser who manages misbegotten crime so graciously. Price, as the head cf Sir Guy's publishing ne work, is a bumble with shen ion his breath. The perfe< [meir.ber of the board, he ca i follow the boss' whim froi j anger to laughter by merel adding or subtracting glaze, from his eyes. The manhandling of two othe British talents, Honor Black man and Stanley Baker, occur in The Last Grenade, currently at the Capitol. The stcry of conflict between two white mercenaries in China, it lurches down tha well known road to Cliche Heaven. Miss Blackman, mar- Saga, beating out Bill Cosby, Marcus Welby and two others 1J It A MA SERIES: Forsyte Saga, defeating ffelby and four more. (Marcus Welby would be a close second choice in both COMEDY SERIES: Bill Cosby. M U S I C-VARIETY: Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In. DRAMATIC PROGRAM: My Sweet Charlie, defeating David Copperfield etc. ACTOR (Single perform- Possibly Peter Ustinov in A Storm in Summer. ACTRESS: Patty Duke in My SVeet Charlie. (A runaway over Edith Evans of David Cop- perfield and Shirley Jon Silent Night, Lonely Nigh ried to a pallid general (Rich- ard takes to withdrawing to lier bedroom during important functions. Ah, ha. Could it be frustra- Baker, feeling he is aging, jecomes waspish about opposi- ion. particularly Miss Black- man's, to his violent means of finding his enemy. (A beauti- ful relationship looms on the The enemy comes in the form of Communist helper Alex Cord, who has long hair, rubs his tem- ples a lot and giggles even more. (Perfect. Any one of these would make him a Baker and Blackman keep cir- cling the world of big stardom. They both have (lie ability to make it, but not with a movie like The Last Grenade. of Jill. ACTOR Rolicrt Young of Marcus Welby. ACTRESS Susan Hampshire of Forsyte Saga. ACTOR Bill Cos- by. ACTRESS Mario Thomas cf That Girl SUPPORTNG ACTOR (Dra- James Brolin of Marcus Welby. SUPPORT ING ACTRESS Gail Fisher of Man- nix. SUPPORTING ACTOR Michael of Ream 222. SUPPORT I.VG ACTRESS Laircnc Tnttle of Julia. MORE: Bobbie Gentry can't sing worth a tinker's tank, but her compositions reflect a per- sonal style and individual re- collection of the south. For this, her records are enjoyable. However, something happens to Miss Gentry on television. Shown in her second srjecial Thursday, The Special Genlry on CFCN-TV, she cams 'across as an overblown, rieged-up per- brmer with suoerficial polish and no personality. Featuring guests Bobby Goldsboro, Rick Nelson Will he ever stop singing Easy to be Joe South and Fanny 'lagg, the program came alive mly with Canada's Sugar Sliop- Gentry in Mississinni conn- j ry is a woman with roots: :enfry in up-'empo land is just nother set cf eyelashes. (And here docs she get those eye- ashes? If they ever got caught n her yards of hair, she'd look ke a hippy werewolf. 185 THE PERFORMANCE OF THE YEAR To Commemorate the 25lh ANNIVERSARY OF THE tIBERATION OF THE NETHERIANDS by the Canadian Forces A.T.C. CO-OP. AND CO-OP. NEDERLAND present: THE WORtD FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL ACCLAIMED ROYAL MALE CHORUS "MASTREECHTER STAAR" ole ole voices, blended perfectly together to present to you one of the most enjoyable concerts this city has ever MUSIC FROM THE MASTERS OPERA fIGHT OPERA FOLK MUSIC A MUST for music lovers. A night long to be remembered JUNE 9th and 10th CALGARY JUBILEE AUDITORIUM For information and tickets Contact L. M. FROUWE Phone 327-6879 or 328-3631 TONIGHT thru TUES. Tonight ot and p.m. "The Lawyer" is the story of the murder trial of Dr. Sam Sheppard. WITH THE RESTRICTED ADULT UNINHIBITED SEVENTIES i lies not worried COMES about his future. IIP LJ J J JLj ,f.wm GREEN ACRES DRfVEkIN TONIGHT AND SATURDAY I TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT! SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT BY "THE BRASS CORPORATION" D.m. to 1 a m ADMISSION SI.00 Glen's DEN (Downstairs South Side Entrance GIANT A MOVIE FAMILY Hot Rod Action, also at the Capitol, is a man's movie. Com- CJIH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) Mountain Movie: Geronimo Wrestling Rosemary Hi Diddle Day (c) FRIDAY NIGHT Hillbillies Three Stooijes Tcieprobe Brachen's World Julia c Laugh-ln Movie; Spcncer'a Movie- SflTUROAr Pinnochio and Oz Cartoons Lilllc People Cartoon Parly Klshanie Belmont Stakes {c) Soccer (c) Canadian Guards (c) CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision TONIGHT (FRIDAY Bcwllclicd News c F Trooo Cli, 4) Movie: Now F.B.I. News News Movie: Zoro, The Avenner Today SATURDAY Nows I E: 15 d-H Clublime Batmen Uncle Joe 90